Ruben Sanchez is currently in Jordan where he just finished working on this new piece in Za’atari, the world’s second-largest refugee camp.
For nearly three bloody years, the civil war in Syria has caused violence on a horrific scale. Roughly 120,000 were killed before the U.N. stopped counting, nearly 5 million have been internally displaced, and since it opened in July 2012, more than 120,000 Syrians have found refuge in Za’atari, Jordan.
Entitled “Mi Casa Es Tu Casa” (my house is your house), the Spanish artist collaborated with children from Syria and Jordan which drew inside the circles, pictures of what their house meant to them. This project was made possible by AptART – Awareness & Prevention Through Art.
Continue reading for more images on this new piece and then check back with us soon for more updates from the Middle East.