In 1999, while working for the Observer at the Kukës II refugee camp near the town of the same name in Albania, Andrew Testa took this picture showing refugees from Kosovo lining up for humanitarian aid. A little boy near the middle of the frame, squeezed between a group of women, peers into the distance looking slightly confused.
Twenty two years later this little boy, Petrit Halilaj, has become a world-renowned artist who is having his first solo exhibition at the TATE Gallery in St Ives, Cornwall from 16 October.
The exhibition – Very volcanic over this green feather – revisits 38 childhood drawings he made while living in the refugee camp in Albania as a 13 year old boy. It runs until 16th January 2022.