A Look at Ugur Gallenkus’ “Parallel Universes of Children” Book

A Look at Ugur Gallenkus'
A few years ago, Turkish artist Ugur Gallenkus started creating a series of poignant collages serving as stark reminders of the ongoing injustices around the world. And, of course, he began to share them on his social media account. The pairing of an image that shows what some would recognize as “the normal life” against an image depicting the consequences of war, environmental crisis, or economical injustice made the work go viral. We introduced his work to our audiences back in May 2019, and were curious to see where the concept could be pushed to.

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