The ARTWORKS referring to the so called ‘migrant crisis’ were not just a few. Artists from different backgrounds and disciplines created works using a variety of mediums, vocabularies, references, aesthetics, occasions and places. Through their publicity, the works communicated the ongoing drama to wider audiences and eventually evaluated it as a case to be treated urgently. In the same time works that were less visible would succeed to reach higher levels of impact and communication with their smaller audiences. From official art festivals and state exhibitions to kids drawings and uncomissioned street art, from art-world stars to anonymous artists of all genders and ages, they all come to commentate and mediate real life experience. In the same time matters of depth, authenticity, consciousness, community engagement, resistance, pretentiousness and commodification arise.