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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EVENT: New York Film Academy – Guest Speaker Series: Photojournalist & Filmmaker, Jason Florio – Friday May 21, 2021

New York Film Academy Guest Speaker Series: Jason Florio, Photojournalist & Filmmaker – Fri21 May 2021

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The Gambia – Portraits of Victims and the TRRC update, July 2019

The Gambia – Portraits of Victims and the TRRC update, July 2019. Images ©Jason Florio / Text by Helen Jones-Florio. Shocking and distressing revelations coming out of the Truth Reconciliation and Reparations Commission in The Gambia over the past couple of days…particularly pertinent to those who have shared their stories with us for our on-going series, ‘Gambia-victims and resisters’ #Portraits4PositiveChange

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‘Destination Europe’ by Jason Florio – prints ready to ship to the International Center of Photography, NYC

With great thanks, Helene Greenberg-Wyman Contemporary, New York. A selection of 10 photography prints from Jason Florio’s long term award-winning body of work ‘Destination Europe’– documenting the migration crisis in the Mediterranean sea (2015-16) – will become part of the permanent collection of International Centre of Photography Museum, New York City.  ‘The International Center of Photography (ICP) is the world’s leading institution dedicatedContinue reading “‘Destination Europe’ by Jason Florio – prints ready to ship to the International Center of Photography, NYC”

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