Photoville New York, 2016 – ‘Two Islands’ exhibition by Malta-based photographer, Ritty Tacsum

Ritty Tacsum – ‘Two Islands‘ – Solo Show, Photoville, NYC, September 21-25, 2016 We are extremely proud and excited that one of the Helen Jones-Florio Gallery collective, Malta-based, experimental photographer and multi-media artist, Ritty Tacsum, will be exhibiting, for her first time, in NYC at this year’s prestigious Photoville event, beneath the historic, and iconic, Brooklyn Bridge, in DUMBO.Continue reading “Photoville New York, 2016 – ‘Two Islands’ exhibition by Malta-based photographer, Ritty Tacsum”

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Relics of the past: New York Central Railroad, 69th St Transfer Bridge, Hudson River Parkway, NYC

    Next week, Florio and I travel back to our home of New York City – albeit a fleeting sojourn. I’m still fascinated by the city of childhood movies… and, I ALWAYS look up. Helen Jones-Florio   Related: New York – in black & white New York City #1 New York City #2

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Press: ‘Source to Sea’ – The New Yorker Photo Booth features Jason Florio’s River Gambia images

We are honored to have Jason Florio’s – Photos Tell Stories tutor and photographer – body of work from the ‘River Gambia Expedition – 1044km source-sea African odyssey‘ in The New Yorker Photo Booth Magazine. Big thanks to Amber Terranova for asking to feature Jason’s work.  Amber is also one of our contributing photographers –Continue reading “Press: ‘Source to Sea’ – The New Yorker Photo Booth features Jason Florio’s River Gambia images”

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#DisappearingNewYork – doors, and storefronts

‘Helen Jones-Florio, always ‘unhiding’ doors that would remain for most unseen , thank you for guiding the eyes and mind’- NYC-based photographer, Michel Delsol #DisappearingNewYork Door-hunting in and around our old neighbourhood, in New York City. Plus a smattering from a road-trip between Dallas and Austin, Texas – Helen Jones-Florio / Instagram Press: ‘How I’m seeingContinue reading “#DisappearingNewYork – doors, and storefronts”

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