Norwegian photographer Sveinung Arthur Konradsen and Haitian/Norwegian Prosjekt Haiti foundation bring to New York the exhibition “TIMOUN”, a heart-warming testimonial to the challenges of being a child in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
The exhibit is about the innocence of children and how quickly it is lost in a society where every day is a struggle for survival. Sveinung Arthur
Konradsen is a self-taught photographer with a passion for Haiti. Together with Norwegian Bishop Ingeborg Midttømme, he will introduce the photos on opening night. Ingvill and Edwin Ceide, co-founders of Prosjekt Haiti, will give an overview of the foundation’s work and the situation in Haiti today. Singer Cynthia Casasola will perform at the opening reception.
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