A Tunisian Commemorates the Drowned Immigrants in a Museum Exhibition

Mohsen Lihidheb next to the belongings of the drowned victims in his museum (Al Jazeera)
Various kinds of objects organized neatly at the museum
Turning plastic waste into art pieces to keep the environment clean (Al Jazeera)
A collection of tiers and plastic bottles organized neatly at the beach (Al Jazeera)
Mohsen Lihidheb in front of one of his art pieces made from collected recycled materials. (Al Jazeera)
An art piece made by Lihidheb made from waste he found on the beach (Al Jazeera)

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