Exhibition "Géntu Ndaw" by Ángel Luis Aldai

From 5th February to 30th April 2015 at Casa África
Presentación del libro "Géntu Ndaw", de Ángel Luis Aldai. El 4 de diciembre de 2014 a las 19:30h en Casa África
In Wolof, the language spoken mainly in Senegal, Gambia and Mauritania, "Gentoo ndaw" means dreams of children, or childhood and that is the title that Ángel Luis Aldai chose for this new collection of photographs which focus on the children of the neighbouring continent.

Senegal, Gambia, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Ivory Coast, Ghana and Togo are the countries this photographer visited to capture smiles, open eyes and especially those that are semi-open of the most dreamy children of this fantastic continent where diversity and wealth never cease to amaze us.

This exhibition is now presented at Casa África coinciding with the fact that on the 20th November it was the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Convention on  Rights of the Child, a treaty that outlines the rights of children and is the first international instrument to recognise girls and boys as social actors and as active holders of their own rights.

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