Saturday 30th January it has been opened the exhibition "Close the circle", photos about the childhood in Africa. The photos address three different issues: the child slavery, toys and literacy. Three articles of Bill of right of 1948. The aim of this exhibition is to make aware people, showing them the difficulties of to be a child in a third world's country.
Three different issues represented with the pictures of three young photographer. The first of Alessandro Tossato is called "Vidomegon, child slavery", and he has taken pictures the exploitation of child in Benin. This slum is often a target for patsys who remove children from thier mothers to make them in slavery. The second, called "African Toys", has been created by Silvia Morara. The pictures show african children who have fun with their toys, because she said:" the aim of photography is to emphasize the importance of toy for all children, wherever they live".
In the last section, "Alphabet, right to education", there are pictures of Fabiano Avancini, who wants to bring to light the function of the education as escape from poverty.
During the exhibition there will be a silence auction to sell the pictures: the proceeds will be given to associations which working to protect african children.
Close the circle
In LAMeC at Basilica Palladiana from 31th January to 28th February 2010
From tuesday to sunday - 10.30-15 and 15-19