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Belgium: “Tornado” by Pascale Marthine Tayou

Mu.ZEE of the Belgian coastal city Oostende, is presenting “Tornado”, a solo exhibition of Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou. https://www.muzee.be/en/muzee/t210452/tornado-pascale-marthine-tayou…

Ghana: for the first time in Venice!

For the first time, Ghana will officially participate at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia from…

Cameroon: Limbe Festival of Arts and Culture

From 6th to 13th April, Limbe is celebrating the 6th edition of the Limbe Festival of Arts and Culture. Despite…

Open Call for 12th Rencontres de Bamako

The 12th edition of Rencontres de Bamako under the theme “Streams of Consciousness” will be held in December 2019 in…

Barcelona: Kendell Geers on display

From 6th April to 18th May, ADN Gallery of Barcelona is displaying an exhibition “iPROtesttHEReforeIam” by South African conceptualist artist…

Sudan: protest victims and power of art

A Sudanese graffiti artist Assil Diab has praised demonstrators killed during the December anti-government protests in Sudan by painting their…

Zimbabwe: land for artists is highly needed

Since 2016, artists from Avac Arts ‘virtual gallery’ has been demanding land from the Harare City Council in order to…

Frans Thoka’s art: Moipolai Ga Llewe, Sello Sa Gagwe Ke Moropa

How can an amateur artist paint the complexities of life in a way that not even a single visual metaphor…

Frans Thoka at work

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More Africa art

More african art can be admired here https://www.nyeri-art.com/ You may also be interested in: Nigeria: Uched Okeke passed away, but…

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