Presentation photograph of the exhibition SENEGAL TRIPTIK by Christophe BENE. Shooting carried out at the slave island of GORÉE off DAKAR - Senegal. The shooting of these two children was carried out from the mast of the ferry to the pier of the port of Gorée Island. Children who greet tourists in the water and wait for them to throw some coins to dive under the ferry still running. Many accidents have occurred. This image symbolizes the "blood of Africa" or the "Holy Blood". A Lighthouse image of the exhibition SENEGAL TRIPTIK which is a look at the reality of Senegalese society through a global vision of life in Dakar neighborhoods. The photographic truth of a beautiful country without money. An Ethno-Urban exhibition including some photographs including "Santa Sangre" were exhibited at the FIAC Off. This image won the 1st prize in the "Red" category of the largest photo contest in the world by PHOTO magazine.
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