Racism is a global issue. There is covert discrimination that takes place subtly. Racism can be found openly in our society, in the workplace, in politics and on the street where George Floyd's last words were: "I can't breathe." Racism goes against all human rights. It is frustrating that discrimination started centuries ago and got stuck in the system. Who and what came up with the concept that there are differences between the skin colour? When do people wake up and see that we are all equal human beings? In this exhibition, Human Beings, not Human Skins four photographers Hélène Guétary (Paris, France), Jose Ignacio Hernández (San Sebastián, Spain), Mona Singh (Gurgaon, India), and Ingeborg Jansen (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) show their artistic and personal vision of nowadays discrimination.