Just a little in-between project full of good will: a traveling expo of family portraits taken of refugees in the camps on the Greek island of Lesbos, famous for it’s dire conditions and hope-killing prospects. The exhibit showed in the main municipal library of Amsterdam on the Oosterdok. The dominant visual theme is “the living room” largely since the subjects of the photos are all in search of a home. (Hence the somewhat irregular and uncurated placement of objects and pictures.) Full of hope and longing each immigrant, each family, has already achieved a great deal at great cost, but Lesbos is just a waystation on the way to a better, safer life and more prosperity: in short, a home. Aside from this theme, the olive tree, with all it’s connotations, repeats in the exhibition space as well as in all the photographs.