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Turner prize winning sculptor Richard Long has collaborated with Migrate Art to support earthquake relief efforts in Syria and Lebanon.
“Fingerprints are both universal and individually unique.” Richard Long’s words sum up his photopolymer etching which featured in FAD Magazine. The creation, ‘War Paint On Slate’, was in collaboration with Migrate Art in response to earthquake relief efforts in Syria and Lebanon.
On March 21 the stark Ukrainian blue and yellow of Idris Khan’s print, I Thought We Had More Time… was seen everywhere across the streets of the UK. The Evening Standard told the important story behind it.
Art can be a force for change – but the road is not linear. In this first-person article, our founder Simon Butler tells the inspiring story of Migrate Art’s origins, unpacking how the organisation has grown in tandem with its projects, and the inspiring artists and works that have helped to bring it to life.
When Myanmar’s political system was turned on its head in February 2021, art sprung. In this Time feature, our protest poster project was featured as an example of the way Myanmar’s artists were capturing the resistance, and using art as an empowering disrupter in the country.