‘Silafando – a gift to you on behalf of my journey’ – photo exhibition opens 3rd April, 2015, in The Gambia, West Africa

    One more day to go and we have almost completed the installation process of Jason Florio’s ‘Silafando‘ portraits, at Gaya Art Café, in The Gambia.     Above is the route that we took, by foot, on ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush – a 930km African odyssey‘, 2009, around the smallestContinue reading “‘Silafando – a gift to you on behalf of my journey’ – photo exhibition opens 3rd April, 2015, in The Gambia, West Africa”

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Photographer, Jason Florio, and the Gambian chief – exhibition opening 3rd April, The Gambia, West Africa

  Jason Florio with the village chief – the alkalo – Massaneh Cham, of Chamin Sosseh, The Gambia, West Africa. Just one of the many portraits, from Florio’s award-winning ‘Silafando‘ body of work, to be exhibited from Friday 3rd April, 2015 – in The Gambia. Taken whilst on ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian BushContinue reading “Photographer, Jason Florio, and the Gambian chief – exhibition opening 3rd April, The Gambia, West Africa”

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Photo exhibition: ‘Silafando’ award-winning portraits of Gambian chiefs and elders by Jason Florio

  Gaya Art Café, The Gambia, West Africa – opening Friday 3rd April, 2015, 3-6pm. Everyone is welcome. ‘Silafando – a gift to you on behalf of my journey‘ – award-winning portraits of Gambian village chiefs and elders, by Jason Florio, taken whilst on ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush – a 930km AfricanContinue reading “Photo exhibition: ‘Silafando’ award-winning portraits of Gambian chiefs and elders by Jason Florio”

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Walking boots and Birkenstocks – heading back to The Gambia, West Africa

  Jason and I are preparing to head back down to The Gambia next week. After a sojourn in the UK (and a flying visit back home to NYC), our first assignment back on West African soil, for a feature article, is to walk the 80km coastline of The Gambia. So, it’s time to lace upContinue reading “Walking boots and Birkenstocks – heading back to The Gambia, West Africa”

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