9 February 2016
Médecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) are presenting a photography exhibition at Perth Concert Hall, 'Without Borders', open for public viewing from Wednesday, 10 February.
The exhibition features the works of award-winning Australian and international photographers, capturing the humanitarian aid work of Médecins Sans Frontieres around the world.
From South Sudan, to Haiti, to Papua New Guinea, the exhibition presents the harsh realities of life in areas of crisis, conflict and adversity. A stark contrast to the standards of living in Australia, these images place powerful emphasis on the struggles of daily life for those disadvantaged and displaced by emergencies, natural disasters, epidemics and political conflicts as well as the immense challenges of the experts and professionals providing them with medical assistance.
‘Without Borders’ will be on display on weekdays between 9am-5pm on Perth Concert Hall’s Terrace Level foyer until Friday, 4 March.
To find out more about Médecins Sans Frontieres’ work, visit www.msf.org.au.