Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu, Naser al-Raas: I don't know how I can turn myself back to normal, it will take time., 2015
Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu, Naser al-Raas: "I don't know how I can turn myself back to normal, it will take time."
Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu, Osiris Lopez-Chevez: My life changed forever the day my father disappeared., 2015
Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu, Osiris Lopez-Chevez: "My life changed forever the day my father disappeared."
Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu, Abdullah Almalki: I want Canada to stop torture and push other governments to stop it., 2015
Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu, Abdullah Almalki: "I want Canada to stop torture and push other governments to stop it."
2016 Open Exhibition

Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu
IN/VISIBLE SCARS: Torture Survivors in Canada

May 1–22, 2016
Beit Zatoun
612 Markham St

Amnesty International Group 18 and artist Zamfirescu present IN/VISIBLE SCARS: Torture Survivors in Canada, a compelling exhibition that spotlights the strength and resilience of torture survivors. It tells the story of eight people who now call Canada home. They hail from around the world, have all experienced the horror and devastation that torture wreaks on individuals and families, and have undergone the transformation from victim to survivor to activist.

Curated by Eugen-Florin Zamfirescu and Amnesty International Group 18

Scotiabank CONTACT
Photography Festival

80 Spadina Ave Suite 205
Toronto ON M5V 2J4
Gallery Hours
Tue-Fri 11am–5pm
The CONTACT Gallery
is wheelchair accessible.