(Star Tribune) – A 9-year-old girl sleeps in a wooden cradle in a refugee camp. A girl named Lamar curls up in a blanket on the forest floor. A 7-year-old boy lies face down, a backpack for a pillow. In many of these photographs — part of an exhibition called “Where the Children Sleep,” opening Saturday at the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis — the refugees’ eyes are closed, their faces vulnerable. At other times, Swedish photojournalist Magnus Wennman captures their eyes open.