Sometimes it’s a good idea to stop for a moment, have a look at the last few years and make the exercise of collecting the images and moments that were important for us in any way, and then take a look again at the result!
Could you imagine yourself getting up at 4:30 AM in a small village in Africa, and walking through the nature in the most completely darkness to go to see how the bread is made in a traditional bakery? Don’t worry, I did it for you.
This ongoing project aims to collect images of the daily life in Senegal, from a small shop in Dakar to the bread maker or the fisherman in a small village. It’s not something about taking photos in Senegal: it’s about being with the people and showing their life with images.
This book gathers in words and images a possible tour across the hours before the combat of a Senegalese wrestler, through the memories, feelings, rituals, movements and all magic that precedes the clash. By Javier Acebal and Cova Álvarez
“Invictus No One” gathers in words and images a possible tour across the hours before the combat of a Senegalese wrestler, through the memories, feelings, rituals, movements and all magic that precedes the clash. By Cova Álvarez and Javier Acebal.
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Spanish International Cooperation for development, it has been created a group of 30 panels illustrating the impact of the agency for different sectors of the Senegalese society like health, education, women empowerment or environment, and exhibited in Dakar.