The work of three AP photographers — Oded Balilty, Muhammed Muheisen and Maye-E Wong — are on display in Atlanta, Boston, Brooklyn and Houston as part of The Fence exhibit. The outdoor show, a curation of photo narratives that "exemplify the essence of community across cultural boundaries and geographical lines,” is free and open to the public until the end of summer.
In the video below, Muhammed Muheisen, AP's chief photographer for the Middle East, talks about his images of Afghani refugees in Pakistan and reacts to seeing them on display in Brooklyn for the first time. For more info, visit fence.photoville.com/about.
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