We are delighted to announce that after the success of last years ‘Memories of an Indian Future’ exhibition we will be returning to the Brighton Fringe and the Phoenix Art Space this year with ‘Everything in Their Eyes: 40 Years of Disaster in Bhopal’!

‘Everything in Their Eyes’ is an exhibition to celebrate Brighton’s enduring bond with Bhopal, illuminating the appalling, inspiring story of the world’s worst industrial disaster, the 1984 Union Carbide gas tragedy. For 40 years cast into a toxic wilderness, some of the poorest people on earth, sick, living on the edge of hunger, without funds, wealthy friends or influence, have been fighting for their lives against one of America’s richest corporations. This is a story told through their eyes.

The exhibition will feature iconic photographs from Bhopal by world renowned photographers including Ragu Rai, as well as printed copies of the charity’s ground-breaking print advertising campaigns. These will be combined with photographs and materials direct from the Sambhavna and Chingari clinics, as well as original artwork by local artists, creating a rich visual story of the full 40 year history of the gas and water disasters, the struggle and incredible determination of the survivors, and the charity’s own work to aid them in their healing. This is an event not to be missed!

When: Wednesday, May 22nd – Sunday, May 26th, 11am  – 5pm

Where: The Phoenix Art Space, Brighton: 10-14 Waterloo Pl, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN2 9NB

Entry: Free!

We very much hope to see you there!

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