From Dining in Refugee Camps to dOCUMENTA 13: The Art of Seeking Sahrawi Independence

Huffpost Arts & Culture, 01/22/2013

By G. Roger Denson, Cultural critic, essayist, novelist and screenwriter published with Parkett and Art in America

“There are few recurring global exhibitions of contemporary art more renown, prestigious and selective than dOCUMENTA, held every five years in Kassal Germany. Which is what makes it so very remarkable that one of the highlights of last year’s dOCUMENTA 13 was the inclusion of a refugee encampment made by what are arguably among the least known people on the face of the earth–the Sahrawi of North Africa…..(cont.)

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