It is one of the world’s forgotten conflicts. For almost hundred years, Armenia and Azerbaijan have fought over Nagorno-Karabakh, a border region with a majority Armenian population. The conflict between the two former Soviet republics peaked in a bloody war in 1992 that killed tens of thousands of people, in the aftermath of which Armenian troops occupied Nagorno-Karabakh and its surrounding areas, driving out most of the Azerbaijani populace.

Twenty years later, the conflict is far from over; a ceasefire secures a fragile peace, and for the victims of war and expulsion it is far from forgotten. They suffer the consequences to this day.

This exhibition shows portraits of 50 of these victims of war. Their faces tell of their suffering as well as of their hope to return on one of the five roads that lead back into the occupied areas—one of the "FIVE ROADS BACK HOME"...