Through the captivating photography of @tenillesalmonsoulimages, the previously unknown stories of victims of human trafficking, slavery and sexual exploitation are revealed in the new charity exhibition, ‘Project Futures I Threads of Hope’. This powerful and important show is produced and presented by @ambushgallery and curated by @projectfutures, a not-for-profit whose aim is to give hope by transforming the lives of survivors.
On Thursday 22 November (6-9pm at aMBUSH Gallery, 4a James St Waterloo) the new coffee table book ‘Threads of Hope’ containing Tenille’s raw and beautiful images will be launched, and all photographs from the exhibition will be available for purchase.
The exhibition will then run from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 November from 12-4pm, free of charge.
Visit www.ambushgallery.com for more information.