CAP-Prize 2020 & 2021 Winners Exhibition, Zurich – March-June, 2022

In this large-format open-air exhibition in Rieterpark, nine photographic series awarded the CAP Prize – the international prize for contemporary African photography – can be explored for the first time in Zurich. CAP-PRIZE Since 2012, the CAP Prize has been aimed at photographers whose work was taken on the African continent or deals with anContinue reading “CAP-Prize 2020 & 2021 Winners Exhibition, Zurich – March-June, 2022”

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Exhibition: ‘Hidden Gambia – a visual journey to the heart of The Gambia’

Exhibition News:’Hidden Gambia – a visual journey to the heart of The Gambia’ as seen through the eyes of Gambian, and Gambia-based, photographers and filmmakers. Masterclass and one-one mentoring by Jason Florio, award-winning photographer and filmmaker, and producer, Helen Jones-Florio for the International Trade Centre/Andandorr Program/EU

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Photo Swindon International Photography Exhibition – 1st July-3rd October, 2021. Jason Florio, Martin Parr, Sanne de Wilde

Photo Swindon International Photography Exhibition – 1st July-3rd October, 2021 ‘In Sync – Natures of Togetherness’ Jason Florio | Martin Parr | Sanne de Wilde Photo Swindon 2021 Jason Florio – Exhibiting 1st-29th July Follow on IG @Photoswindon Uniquely for a photography exhibition, each photographers work will tour three locations within each month. The touringContinue reading “Photo Swindon International Photography Exhibition – 1st July-3rd October, 2021. Jason Florio, Martin Parr, Sanne de Wilde”

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Exhibition: ‘The Duty to Remember’ – Human Rights Week, 2020

Exhibition: ‘The Duty to Remember’ – take an interactive stroll around a virtual 3D exhibition, featuring colour portraits by Jason Florio & Helen Jones-Florio – from ‘Gambia-victims, and resisters’, and black and white portraits by Muhammed Bittaye. Remembrance is an essential step in the transitional justice process. With this in mind, the NGO ANEKED has created “TheContinue reading “Exhibition: ‘The Duty to Remember’ – Human Rights Week, 2020”

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