NEA KAVALA by Stephen Dover
210x148mm, 44 pages, Full colour throughouton uncoated paper with a silk cover, Saddle stitched, 2019.
“Inhospitable, inhuman, and isolated, refugee camps across Europe share these traits. As stigmatised places, it is important to escape homogenising media imagery and see how these spaces are gradually transformed into self-constructed townships.
Set in the camp of Nea Kavala in Northern Greece, this photo-zine attempts to document the sense of a collectively stolen future while showing the perseverance of its community.
All proceeds will be donated to Drop in the Ocean, a small NGO that distributes clothing and supplementary food, as well as providing laundry, bike rental, and woodworking services.”