‘Call me by my name’ exhibition in the news

Our recent exhibition, Call me by my name: stories from Calais and beyond was featured in several news and online media pieces. Click on the links below to read the full articles.

Our pick of this week’s art events: 2 June – 9 June, Royal Academy of Arts

The cartography of control: Mapping the Calais refugee camp, Quartz

The Migration Museum Wants To Show That The Refugee Crisis Is More Than Just Statistics, Fast Company

The Top 6 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week, FAD Magazine

The best of the worst place I’ve ever seen, OneWorld

Call me by my name: stories from Calais and beyond, UNITED blog

Migrants Arrive In Shoreditch In The Form Of An Exhibition, Londonist

Call Me By My Name: Stories from Calais and beyond, London Calling

London art gallery showcases Calais migrant stories, New York Times

London art gallery showcases Calais migrant stories, Daily Mail

London art gallery showcases Calais migrant stories, Reuters

Shoreditch exhibition tells stories from Calais migrant ‘Jungle’ camp, Hackney Gazette

Emotive migrant exhibition pulls no punches, East London Lines

London exhibition showcases art by Calais refugees, World Bulletin

This exhibition will challenge your misconceptions of the Calais ‘Jungle’, Huck Magazine

Meet the Sudanese refugee artist painting the migrant crisis in the Calais ‘Jungle’, International Business Times

Telling stories from Calais and beyond, Museums Association

Interpreting the migrant crisis, Museums Association

Is there a responsible way to make art about Syria?, Artsy editorial