Featuring images of the Ukraine conflict since Euromaidan, the Genezerathekirsche (Church of Galilee) was a perfect location for highlighting the barbarism close by.
Located in Berlin’s heavily Middle Eastern borough of Neukölln, in the Schillerkiez neighbourhood adjacent to Hitler’s one-time airport, Tempelhof, it fit in perfectly.
I hadn’t planned on photographing the exhibit, but I noticed an Arab family slowly taking it in.
I wondered whether they were Syrians and had survived Russia’s heavily criticised carpet bombing campaigns.
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Photograph courtesy of Joel Schalit. All rights reserved.