CAP Prize 2021 Winners Announced – including ‘Gambia-victims, and resisters’

The CAP Prize is directed at photographers whose work engages with the African continent or its diaspora. It consists of a series of exhibitions produced in collaboration with major photography festivals in Africa and the rest of the world.⠀2021 Winners: Aàdesokan, Katel Delia, Jason Florio, Fabrice Monteiro, Joseph Obanubi

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TRIAL: The Victims of Enforced Disappearances. Images ©Jason Florio/Helen Jones-Florio

TRIAL- International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, 2021. Images by Jason Florio & Helen Jones-Florio, taken from their long-term multimedia series, ‘Gambia-victims, and Resisters’ The Victims of Enforced Disappearances It’s not uncommon for States to do away with bothersome individuals and ensure their grip on the people by threatening them of sudden disappearance.Continue reading “TRIAL: The Victims of Enforced Disappearances. Images ©Jason Florio/Helen Jones-Florio”

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Afghan Notes: Jason Florio, August 2000

Afghan Notes – Jason Florio, August 2000: The Taliban Ministry of Foreign Affairs told us on arrival to Kabul that we could take pictures of anything as long as it’s not a living being – all images of humans and animals had been outlawed by them. Later that day we headed into an area of Kabul, home to the Hazara ethnic group, who were particularly persecuted by the Taliban…

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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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