The Saatchi Gallery is holding the first solo exhibition from photojournalist Edward Jonkler, with ‘The Lost Men of Syria’: a powerful collection of images that explore the migrant crisis, shown as part of a series of exhibitions held by The Worldwide Tribe – an organisation highlighting human issues and shifting perspectives to a more inclusive narrative.

Jonkler aims his lens at men in refugee camps, and the displacement felt by those who traditionally abide by a patriarchal society. The photographer explores the notion that refugee camps represent safety, yet bring about feelings of transience and impotence in the ability to provide for their families; thus creating an environment ripe for growing radicalisation and mental illness.

For the project, Jonkler travelled the refugee route from desert camps in Syria to squatter camps and asylum centres in Europe, his images comment on the failures of integration.

‘The Lost Men of Syria’ runs from July 19 until August 9 at The Education Room, The Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, Kings Road.