Eye of Witness, Hand of Faith: The Art of Asylum and New Retablos at the Border

We enter into the art of immigration through the wide-open eye, a symbol of watchful witness found in the artwork of migrating youth. Like children’s drawings smuggled out of Nazi concentration camps that incriminated Auschwitz personnel, or the detailed drawings by refugee children from Darfur that bore witness to their country’s 2003 genocide, recent drawings … Continue reading Eye of Witness, Hand of Faith: The Art of Asylum and New Retablos at the Border