I MATTER is an outdoor exhibition that raises awareness about children’s human rights, regardless of their circumstances or where they live. The exhibition features photographs of children holding a sign stating
I MATTER, in whatever language they speak. As more and more children lose the basic right to safety, education, and nourishment,
I MATTER reminds us that all children matter,
regardless of race, class, or religion.
I MATTER includes photographs taken by two-time Pulitzer prize winner Muhammed Muheisen, of children from refugee camps in Lebanon; Chicagoan Jeffrey Wolin of refugee children living in Chicago; and Norwegian photographer Knut Bry of children living in the camps in Moira, Greece.
CASE Art Fund is seeking photographers who would like to contribute to this important project. This exhibition will continue until all children receive the basic human rights they deserve,
Please email us on if you would like to photograph children in your area or host a panel discussion about this important topic.
PHOTOGRAPHY THAT CREATES CHANGE
I MATTER is supported in part by The Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation and
The Weinberg/Newton Family Foundation
CASE is looking for artists who would like to be part of the project.
Please email us