provisional structures that keep out the elements and provide some small degree of the comfort of having a place, of home. From the outside, they are a messy conglomeration of whatever materials were at hand and would stand upright. The insides, however, are tidy and carefully arranged, jackets hung and blankets folded. — Places
Over at Places journal Henk Wildschut presents photographic documentation of camps of transient immigrants in Calais, Dunkirk, Malta, Patras, Rome, southern Spain. Taken after he returned from documenting the aftermath of an earthquake in Pakistan with new ideas about how humanitarian crises are portrayed.