In a remote region of Gambia, villages are becoming a living art gallery. Englishman Lawrence Williams and Gambian artist Njogu Touray joined forces a few years ago to start Wide Open Walls. Now street artists from all over the world are joining them in painting compound walls. Helen Scales visits one of the villages in Monday’s Outlook
In a remote region of Gambia, villages are becoming a living art gallery. Englishman Lawrence Williams and Gambian artist Njogu Touray joined forces a few years ago to start Wide Open Walls. Now street artists from all over the world are joining them in painting compound walls. Helen Scales visits one of the villages in Monday’s Outlook
In a remote region of Gambia, villages are becoming a living art gallery. Englishman Lawrence Williams and Gambian artist Njogu Touray joined forces a few years ago to start Wide Open Walls. Now street artists from all over the world are joining them in painting compound walls. Helen Scales visits one of the villages in Monday’s Outlook
In a remote region of Gambia, villages are becoming a living art gallery. Englishman Lawrence Williams and Gambian artist Njogu Touray joined forces a few years ago to start Wide Open Walls. Now street artists from all over the world are joining them in painting compound walls. Helen Scales visits one of the villages in Monday’s Outlook
In a remote region of Gambia, villages are becoming a living art gallery. Englishman Lawrence Williams and Gambian artist Njogu Touray joined forces a few years ago to start Wide Open Walls. Now street artists from all over the world are joining them in painting compound walls. Helen Scales visits one of the villages in Monday’s Outlook

In a remote region of Gambia, villages are becoming a living art gallery. Englishman Lawrence Williams and Gambian artist Njogu Touray joined forces a few years ago to start Wide Open Walls. Now street artists from all over the world are joining them in painting compound walls. Helen Scales visits one of the villages in Monday’s Outlook