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Confluence(S), espace d'art is now housed at 65 Rue Victor Hugo, Périgueux in the Dordogne region of France.  We have continued to promote good African art, particularly by excellent Zimbabwean artists. The ground floor of the house, the garden and the small gallery on the other side of the pool have become a space for visitors to stroll, sit, ponder and discover.

We are open all year every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoon from 2 to 7 p.m.

For all questions phone Shayne on 33 (0)6 03 00 84 20 or by email on


             EXHIBITION ON AT THE MOMENT:  7th March to 6th April 2015       "Another other story.....other"                              
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                zafp                                    women



In recent years, both the media and commercial photographic industries in Zimbabwe have suffered from an exodus of professionals, stringent media laws and an undervaluing of services due to the poor economy.  Although a new industry is on the rise, kick-started by young professionals, it is persistently defined by its immaturity and lack of structure.

Recognising this situation, the Zimbabwe Association of Female Photographers was formally launched in 2013 as a voluntary organisation that strives to raise the standard of professionalism in the industry.  Focusing particularly on women, who have traditionally been excluded or undermined as photographers, the ZAFP believes that as women we have a different story to tell and that our perspective is missing.

Mission and Vision
Our mission is to:

“Develop the landscape of Zimbabwean photography through the creation of a new photographic narrative enabled by networking, training, advocacy and the promotion of  members’ work.”


     shayne and bamba