Mimi Mollica, Dakar Senegal
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Mimi Mollica

Dakar, Senegal, 2008
From the En Route to Dakar series
Website - MimiMollica.com

Mimi Mollica has covered assignments in a number of different countries like Northern Ireland, Pakistan, Sicily, Great Britain, Brazil, India, Romania and Senegal, West Africa, photographing current events and in-depth photo essays. As well as being assigned from magazines and NGOs, Mimi works in length on his personal projects, some of which have been exhibited at The Rencontres D’Arles 2011, London Street Photography 2011, Contributed Gallery, Berlin 2010, Jerwood Space, London 2010, Milk Gallery, New York City and Third Floor Gallery, Cardiff 2010 and European Parliament, Strasbourg 2009 just to mention the highlights. He lives and works in London.
 

Posted on Friday, December 10, 2010.

 

 

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