Between 9 and 11 November, the promising young girl of contemporary African art fairs launched circuits to meet the new artistic scene on the black continent, also known as Africa. Associate with special travel for this specialization.
This is not an introductory self. But it's a news that loves us. Through a lively spirit, collectors or simple amateurs, and fans of contemporary African art, and an unprecedented partnership between promising artists, they will be able to follow the footsteps of artists, galleries and other actors in the art world in Africa. Contemporary art and African design AKAA, also known as Africa, is a small exposition and specializes in Le Figaro's exclusive production of Les Maisons du Voyage.
For the first time, on the occasion of the third edition of the fair, which opened its doors in Paris, Carreau du Temple between 9 and 11 November, a space will be allocated to travel. The initiative was born from an argument that led the administration of the Paris event, Brigitte Bollé, and Valérie Kabov, the mother of founder Victoria Mann and director of the First Floor Gallery of Harare (Zimbabwe). Training programs through the gallery.
First Art Tour in Zimbabwe
The first Art Tour will take place in Zimbabwe, on March 28, 2019, in Paris, where four separate days for Harare and the new art scene were dedicated. Then a two day exploration tour to the Victoria Falls destination.
AKAA, which has formed a partnership with Onomo Hotels, a hotel group based on the African continent and created the ine Onomo photo shoot bir, financed the arrival of the Senegalese artist Alun Be with Les Maisons du Voyage. The latter exhibited the photographic series "Édification" to the characters wearing virtual reality masks. Its founder, Victoria Mann, focuses on the South / South axis itas the best way to redraw the map of contemporary art Kur.
Thus, the exhibition is seen as the front of the separation, the diving board to another place, physical. In Paris, 49 exhibitors are represented by hundred artists from Senegal, Haiti, Ethiopia, Cuba or South Korea.
Among them are André Magnin, the gallery Magnin-A, the full swap, the free images of Malian Amadou Sanogo and the metal and wooden masks of the Mozambique Gonçalo Mabunda. In his own gallery, Bob Vallois celebrates the connections between Cuba and Benin with a number of artists from both continents, including Edwige Aplogan, Agustín Cárdenas, Euloge Glélè and Dominique Zinkpè.
Entrance to the corridors of new arrivals, Portugal, Italy, South Africa or Morocco. Like his older sister, 1: 54, created by Touria el Glaoui, also regarded himself as a "commercial and cultural platform for a diverse, pluralistic Africa showing a pluralistic Africa that is not locked by the folds of the Continent." It is. To quote Victoria. Last year, the meeting attracted 15,000 visitors. For them, a new perspective opens with personalized Art Tours. Next destinations: the Dakar Biennial in time with Morocco and Marrakech in Casablanca, Ethiopia and Senegal.
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