Jim Goldberg: Open See | Photography review

Jim Goldberg's portraits of people living on the margins of European society offer a compassionate, thought-provoking insight, says Sean O'Hagan

Jim Goldberg is best known for his book, Raised By Wolves, published in 1995, an impressionistic and often graphic document of the 10 years he spent photographing the young homeless of San Francisco. Now comes Open See, the book and accompanying exhibition, both part of a still-ongoing project about what Goldberg calls the "new Europeans" – illegal immigrants, refugees, displaced people and asylum seekers from Africa, the Middle East and eastern Europe.