“The Dispossessed Path”

This exhibition depicts the difficulties that the first waves of Syrian refugees faced when escaping the horror of the war in their country. They left their homeland in the hope of starting a new life in Europe. The report follows thousands of people that travelled from Macedonia to Serbia and Hungry. The latter, however, closed its borders, refused to offer them asylum and forced them to search for a new route that finally took them to Croatia. These are stories of desperate people whose expectations of the ‘good old’ and apparently friendly Europe weren’t fulfilled.

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àngel garcía

Àngel García is a photographer and trainer of photography. Since 2001, he works in the audiovisual world. In 2007, he moves to Cambodia where he will do a more personal photographic job. Since 2013 he is working on the situation of migrants in Europe. As a photographer, he has presented various national and international exhibitions and screenings; screening in the Off-Visa Visa pour l'Image (2008), exhibition in MasArt Gallery, Barcelona (2009), screening at the Festival PhotoPhnomPenh, Photography and Journalism Whorkshop of Albarracín (2009) and OjodePez Photo Meeting, Barcelona (2010), exhibition Dr. Nopo Gallery, Valencia (2010) and Valid Foto BCN Gallery (2012). He has published in various mass media. He receives the first grant CLIC for young photojournalists of Catalonia (2007), the grant of the Photography and Journalism Whorkshop of Albarracín, Spain (2008) and the grant from CONCA (2009).

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