The exhibition is a story of then and now.
It presents a series of portraits of orphaned and abandoned children communally cared for in a village in South Africa, and their stories recaptured 10 years later.
The exhibition highlights a selection of portraits shot in 2006 and 2016 of individual children then, young adults now.
This series aims to remove the stigma around HIV/AIDS and gives hope that, with continued support, there can be remarkable positive outcomes.
All profits and donations from the exhibition will go to the Rehoboth Village in South Africa, supporting orphaned children affected by HIV/AIDS.
Artist’s talk on Saturday 19 May at 2pm.
This exhibition is part of the Head On Photo Festival of 2018.
Thursday 10 May to Sunday 27 May 2018
Except Monday 14 May, Tuesday 15 May, Monday 21 May and Tuesday 22 May
- Mobility access