‘Painted Faces; The Color of My Skin’

If Melanin had the power to produce more colors than the shades of white and black, how the world would be?! Won’t there be people with more colors, or won’t there be people with all the colors on them?



Photo Courtesy : Arvind Madhu

Christopher Pat Hollywood’s ‘Painted Faces, The Color of My Skin’ is a novel and humble attempt to bring in awareness against discrimination based on skin color. The Live Painting and Photography Exhibition being held on various chosen locations of Dubai see many people being lured to his face-painting skills and attempting on one. When they leave with a photograph of themselves with multi-hued skin, they make themselves a part of the call to end racial discrimination.




Photo Courtesy : Arvind Madhu

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