War Toys




Chronicling the process behind WAR-TOYS from the perspective of toy photographer Brian McCarty.

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Five Year Touring Exhibition of WAR-TOYS: Israel, West Bank, Gaza Strip

I’m very pleased to announce a partnership that will help further the educational goals of the WAR-TOYS Project. Beginning in early 2016 and continuing through 2020, the NEA-funded Mid-America Arts Alliance will present a traveling exhibition of War-Toys photographs, drawings, and artifacts curated by Catinca Tabacaru. The exhibition titled War-Toys: Israel, West Bank, Gaza Strip will tour various institutions and museums throughout the US. I’ll keep you posted as dates and venues are solidified over the coming year.

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Talk at the Carter Library

With a threat of icy roads and snow in Atlanta, I was truly flattered and amazed by the audience that came out for my talk at the Carter Presidential Library on Thursday. There were academics, activists, artists, authors, friends, and families. The questions and feedback I received were remarkable, especially from the children in attendance. 

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CNN.com Feature

It was more than a little flattering to see my work on CNN.com last week. When I sat for the interview in Atlanta, I had no idea that the piece would be so prominently featured on their homepage. My humble thanks to Asieh Namdar (writer), Nick Scott (producer), Matthew Rond (producer), John Nowak (video), Barbara Griffin, Michael Ouweleen, Mike Toppo, and Cyndi Strand.

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