"The Bagram Prisoner Campaign," by photojournalist Asim Rafiqui, is the latest exhibit of the Art at Watson intiative, currently on display at the Watson Institute. Through a series of 23 portraits, Rafiqui brings to light the plight of the relatives of the 40 Pakistani citizens being held indefinitely at the of the Bagram detention center in Afghanistan. The images are intended to illustrate the cost of U.S. policies of indefinite detention without trial. On view Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., through August 29. Main lobby.
Learn more about The Bagram Prisoner Campaign.