Location: Latin America Caribbean

Location: Latin America & The Caribbean

Four people seen through a bent chainlink fence.
Moving Walls 10
Eugene Richards
A building with a mural on it
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Layqa Nuna Yawar
A girl holds a letter in front of her face.
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Lori Grinker
Two men walking along the border.
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Kai Wiedenhöfer
A man against a green wall with flowers.
Moving Walls 10
Alex Webb
A ritual procession of people in costume.
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Chester Higgins, Jr.
A woman wearing virtual reality goggles and headphones
Moving Walls 25
FRPxTN
A hand holding two small photographs.
Moving Walls 13
Margot Herster
Street scene with a donkey.
Moving Walls 4
Alex Webb
A women fixing a child’s hair.
Moving Walls 10
Gigi Cohen
Two groups of people in front of water and a landscape.
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John Cohen
Seated men hiding their faces
Moving Walls 21
João Pina
Woman sitting in a tent with baby.
Moving Walls 19
Wyatt Gallery
An boy puts his hand on a younger boy's head
Moving Walls 25
Tomas Ayuso
A cityscape viewed through glass with a bullet hole.
Moving Walls 9
Stephen Ferry
A small replica of the Statue of Liberty in front of a house
Moving Walls 25
Jessica Ávalos, Koral Carballo, Anita Pouchard Serra
People holding signs with pictures of missing relatives.
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Peru’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Moving Walls is an annual exhibition series that explores a variety of social justice and human rights issues through documentary practice, and is produced by the Open Society Documentary Photography Project. Moving Walls is exhibited at our offices in New York, London, and Washington, D.C., and includes five to nine discrete bodies of work.

Since 1998, Moving Walls has featured over 200 photographers and artists whose works address a variety of social justice and human rights issues.

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Please check back for details on the next call for proposals for Moving Walls.

Plan a Visit

Moving Walls 25: Another Way Home will be open free of charge to the public at the Open Society Foundations–New York from September 26, 2018 to July 19, 2019.