The exhibition Patrick patrimonio dell’umanità aims to spread the themes of freedom and justice in places of civil society accessible to all, outside the traditional institutional or museum venues.
The exhibition features 50 faces from 19 countries, whose stories are too similar to be different: from Egyptian filmmaker Sanaa Seif, sentenced to a year and a half in prison for criticizing the government, to human rights defender Idil Eser in Turkey, accused of terrorism, to Ahmadreza Djalali, risking execution in Iran on a false charge of espionage.
The protagonists of the exhibition are men and women who suffer unjust punishments or even do not know the reasons for their detention.
The exhibition starts with 50 faces, but the list is updated every month according to the status of the prisoners.
The exhibition is the result of the collaboration between 6000 Sardines and Amnesty International Italy and tries to show a common thread between stories that seem distant and distant.