Photography Exhibition: Suriname

 21 May
 デザインフェスタギャラリー Design Festa Gallery
 神宮前3-20-18 - 150-0001 - Shibuya-ku - Japan
 Siadis Imagery
On the north-east coast of South America lies a small country called Suriname. Formerly a Dutch colony, Suriname became independent on 25 November 1975. It is the smallest independent country on the South American continent, with a population of slightly more than 500,000. The capital of Suriname is Paramaribo, where most of the population lives. The town lies on the banks of the Suriname River, one of the five main rivers that traverse the country from north to south, and is graced with many beautiful buildings from colonial days. Suriname is an ethnically diverse country: the five main ethnic groups are the Amerindians, Africans, Indians, Indonesians and Chinese. Over four-fifths of Suriname is rainforest and mostly uninhabited. Suriname's interior is unique and breathtaking, with an abundance of flora and fauna, and exotic animals. This is my second photo exhibition in Japan. I visited my home country last February and am proud to present Suriname through the photos I then took. Venue: Design Festa Gallery (West wing 1-B) 3-20-18 Jingumae Shibuya-ku, Tokyo The exhibition will be on view from 21st to 23rd May between 10am and 8pm.

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