Magnum Photography Awards Winners / LensCulture Exhibition, London, UK

Jason Florio, Magnum Photography Award 2017, Photojournalism Series Winner, with David Hurn (Magnum Photos), Jim and Millie Casper (LensCulture) We were both extremely honoured and excited to meet David Hurn, Magnum Photos, and Jim and Millie Casper, LensCulture, the other night, at the private viewing of the Magnum Photography Awards Winners 2017 exhibition on theContinue reading “Magnum Photography Awards Winners / LensCulture Exhibition, London, UK”

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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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Documentary photographer, Jason Florio, talks about ‘Silafando’ – portraits of Gambian village chiefs

  Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation  –  Corridor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY – interview with Jason Florio about his exhibition of award-winning portraits of Gambian village chiefs and elders – ‘Silafando’ – taken whilst on ‘A Short Walk in the Gambian Bush – a 930km African odyssey‘, West Africa, with Helen Jones-Florio.   ‘Silafando’ The Gambia ©Continue reading “Documentary photographer, Jason Florio, talks about ‘Silafando’ – portraits of Gambian village chiefs”

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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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