Irish artist Brian Maguire in South Sudan

Irish artist Brian Maguire sketches a young boy in the POC of Bentiu, South Sudan. Photo: Steve De Neef / Concern Worldwide.
Irish artist Brian Maguire sketches a young boy in the POC of Bentiu, South Sudan. Photo: Steve De Neef / Concern Worldwide.
News29 August 2018Clare Ahern

Irish artist Brian Maguire travelled with Concern Wordwide to a Protection of Civilian camp in Bentiu to meet some of the 120,000 internally displaced people who live there. The visit inspired his upcoming exhibition 'HUMANITY Site Unseen'. This photo story presents some of the highlights from his time in Bentiu.

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Read our photo story: Humanity, Site Unseen

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