Fading water portraits commissioned by Amnesty International to highlight missing people
By Rich Leigh on Monday, January 12, 2015
To raise awareness of (though do very little actually about) the number of people that disappear without a trace, charity Amnesty International commissioned artist Nicholas Kashian to ‘paint’ likenesses of actual missing people with water on the pavements of Berlin, which would, of course, dry up within minutes. Metaphor, innit.
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