Gambia Photography Exhibition opening night: ‘Portraits to Remember’ -victims, and resisters

March 5th, 2019 – opening night of ‘Portraits to Remember’ at the Gambia Centre for Victims of Human Rights Violations, the Gambia. Jason Florio’s portraits, featured in the exhibition, are part of an on-going body of work which began over two years ago when he photographed Gambians who had exiled themselves, in fear of theirContinue reading “Gambia Photography Exhibition opening night: ‘Portraits to Remember’ -victims, and resisters”

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Photography Exhibition: ‘Portraits to Remember’ – victims and resisters, The Gambia, West Africa

Exhibiting for the first time, portraits from the on-going series, ‘Gambia – Victims, and Resisters of a Regime‘ taken over the past two years in The Gambia, and Senegal We are delighted to be part of this group show and it’s truly an honour to be able to have the opening, in The Gambia, at the Gambia Centre for VictimsContinue reading “Photography Exhibition: ‘Portraits to Remember’ – victims and resisters, The Gambia, West Africa”

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Home: Donating the Gambian village chiefs exhibition to the National Centre for Arts & Culture

  What goes around: On our most recent trip down to The Gambia, West Africa, we were excited to be able to donate Jason Florio’s award-winning portraits of Gambian village chiefs and elders, ‘Silafando: a gift to you on behalf of my journey‘ to the National Centre for Arts & Culture, in The Gambia. InContinue reading “Home: Donating the Gambian village chiefs exhibition to the National Centre for Arts & Culture”

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Youtube: Directing Gambian chiefs and corralling kids! The photo exhibition is extended

We are delighted to announce that we have been asked to extend the original closing date, 30th April, 2015, of the ‘Silafando’ exhibition, at Gaya Art Café, here in The Gambia, until the middle of May. So, for those of you who missed it, then the exhibition is open for public viewing – with theContinue reading “Youtube: Directing Gambian chiefs and corralling kids! The photo exhibition is extended”

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