Selected publications and exhibitions. 

 

May 24, 2018

Exhibition at PhotoEast Festival

PhotoEast exhibition

We’re delighted to announce that No Stranger Place has been selected to be part of the PhotoEast Festival and will be exhibited on the Ipswich waterfront from 24 May – 24 June 2018. Fourteen large-format prints with accompanying stories will be on display. Free admission.

More information:
PhotoEast Website


June 13, 2018

Exhibition at Ground Control, Paris

Paris exhibition

We’re excited to announce the launch of the latest chapter of No Stranger Place from France with a public exhibition at Ground Control in Paris, from 13 – 24 June 2018. Fifteen large-format prints with accompanying stories are on display. Free admission.

More information:
Facebook event


June 11, 2018

UNHCR launch new France stories

UNHCR Logo

Our partners UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, launch the France chapter of No Stranger Place with six new stories and one short film.

Visit the site:
www.unhcr.org


February 8, 2018

Bright Magazine Q&A

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Bright magazine spoke with photographer Aubrey Wade about the project, the power of relationships and why he chose to make ‘family portraits’. The article also features close to a dozen stories from the No Stranger Place series.

Read the interview:
Q&A with Aubrey Wade


February 1, 2018

Sky News interview

Sky News spoke live in their London studios with photographer Aubrey Wade about the project and Hilary Parle about her experience hosting Yonasskindis, an elderly refugee from Eritrea, in Birmingham.

Watch:
Live in the studio


January 24, 2018

 

British Journal of PhotographyThe British Journal of Photography features several stories from the UK chapter and announces the exhibition at St Martin-in-the-Fields in this lovely write up. “The enduring impression this project has left on me is the way in which the lives of both the hosts and the refugees are positively enriched by the experience of living with each other,” says photographer Aubrey Wade.

Read:
A Great British Welcome


January 16, 2018

Exhibition at St Martin-in-the-Fields, London

St Martin in the Fields exhibition

We’re excited to announce the launch of a new No Stranger Place chapter from the UK, with a public exhibition in the courtyard of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, from 16 Jan – 15 March 2018. Fourteen large-format prints with accompanying stories are on display. Free admission.

More information:
Facebook event


January 16, 2018

UNHCR launch new UK stories

UNHCR Logo

Our partners UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, launch the UK chapter of No Stranger Place with several new stories and two short films.

Visit the site:
www.unhcr.org


January 8, 2017

Exhibition at Berlin Central Station

Exhibition of No Stranger Place at Berlin Hauptbahnhof

We’re excited to announce a public exhibition of No Stranger Place in the central courtyard of Berlin Hauptbahnhof from 10 – 29 January 2017. Twelve large-format prints with accompanying stories will be on display in a pop-up gallery space. Free admission.

More information:
Facebook event


January 2, 2017

berliner-morgenpost-logoA great piece about No Stranger Place in the Berliner Morgenpost today. Writer Constanze Nauhaus visited the Jellinek family at home and spoke with photographer Aubrey Wade about the project’s origins.

Read (in German):
Berlin families host refugees


December 16, 2016

Exhibition at Vienna Westbahnhof

Vienna Westbahnhof station exhibitionWe’re excited to announce a public exhibition of No Stranger Place in the central courtyard of Vienna Westbahnhof from 16 Dec – 9 Jan 2017. Eleven large-format prints with accompanying stories will be on display. Free admission.

More information:
Facebook event


December 1, 2016

 

British Journal of Photography

The British Journal of Photography features No Stranger Place, interviews photographer Aubrey Wade, and reports on the partnership with UNHCR.

Read:
A New Family Portrait


September 7, 2016

The Guardian

The Guardian online photo galleryThe Guardian features No Stranger Place, saying: “The past year has seen divisions in European and national politics deepen, but some people are making connections that bridge cultural divides and language barriers.”

View gallery:
The Big Picture


September 5, 2016

Radio FM4

FM4 logoRadio FM4 interview photographer Aubrey Wade about No Stranger Place. In the piece, he talks about the project and some of the people featured in the photographs.

Listen:
FM4’s Reality Check


September 2, 2016

Zeit Online

 

Zeit Online LogoZEIT Online feature 14 pictures from the series in a beautifully presented gallery with captions in German. Here’s what they say:

“These are accounts of solidarity, empathy and friendship, which give a face to the civic engagement of the past year.”

View gallery:
Die neuen Mitbewohner aus Homs und Rakka


September 1, 2016

The World Right Now with Hala Gorani

‘The World Right Now with Hala Gorani’, on CNN International, featured No Stranger Place and visited some of the people portrayed in the project. Hala Gorani concludes: “The UNHCR hopes to inspire more people like these to open up their homes.”

Watch the clip:
The World Right Now


September 1, 2016

UNHCR launch dedicated microsite

UNHCR LogoOur partners UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, launch No Stranger Place with nine stories, two short films, and practical advice on how to help.

Visit the site:
www.unhcr.org


September 1, 2016

World exclusive on CNN International

CNN International World Exclusive

CNN International launches the No Stranger Place series on the anniversary of Aylan Kurdi’s tragic death, with fourteen portraits and stories from Germany, Sweden and Austria.

See the story:
The people sharing their homes with refugees

 

 

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