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Jessica Hilltout "AMEN" Exhibition Recap

Last year, photographer Jessica Hilltout set out on a journey of discovery in finding the

Last year, photographer Jessica Hilltout set out on a journey of discovery in finding the intimate connection of soccer and the African people. A series of photos were recently presented as part of her “AMEN” exhibition which showcases the relationship that essentially acts as a village glue from place to place. The exhibition was organized in part thanks to curator Shonagh Marshall, The Green Soccer Journal and adidas. The exhibition will run until Thursday, April 21 at The Gallery in Westminster, London.

The Gallery
37 Moreton St.
Westminister, London
United Kingdom SW1 2NY

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