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Amatte: Empowering Female Farmers, One Bean at a Time

Coffee has an unrivalled role in the Ethiopian community as a long-standing tradition and source of livelihood. The Coffea arabica plant originates in the region and contributes to the country’s GDP. In 2006, revenue from exports amounted to $350 million. Ethiopia is the world’s seventh largest producer, and Africa’s top producer with 260,000 metric tonnes in 2006. The country also leads the continent......

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Artist Dossier: Pascale Marthine Tayou

Pascal Marthine Tayou was born in 1967 in Yaoundé, where he began his career as an artist in the 1990s. Heavily influenced by his nomadic lifestyle, the rapidly globalising world and by questions pertaining to identity and social conformity, his international debut came in 1995 at the International Biennale of Kwangju, South Korea. Since then, he’s gone on to garner much international acclaim,......

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Holding Still: Psychology and Portraiture

SMAC Gallery is pleased to present HOLDING STILL: Psychology and Portraiture, a group exhibition of artworks by Albert Adams, Peter Clarke, Christo Coetzee, Gareth Nyandoro, Kate Gottgens, Georgina Gratrix, Braam Kruger, Johann Louw, Mostaff Muchawaya, John Murray, Alexis Preller, Gerard Sekoto, Marlene Steyn and Simon Stone. By focusing on South African artists who grapple with ideas surrounding the self and its mental workings, this exhibition explores the......

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Aboudia; Anges Déchus
Art, News |
March 21, 2019

Aboudia: Anges Déchus

Jack Bell Gallery, London is pleased to present a new series of works by Aboudia, Anges Déchus, from March 22 to April 5, 2019. This will be the artist’s eighth solo exhibition with the gallery. Aboudia is noted for his large-scale, heavily layered, brutally energetic paintings that combine an innocence and spontaneity with the portrayal of a dark interior world. Since the Ivorian civil......

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iREP 2019 honours memory of departed artists

This year’s edition of iREPRESENT International Documentary Film Festival (iREP), is set to honour the memory of departed artists. “The spirit of some of the recently deceased members of the art and culture community will be recalled for honour”, said the organiser at the opening cocktail of the festival at the Amphitheatre of Freedom Park, Lagos, yesterday. Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike (1950–2018), Olabisi Silva (1962......

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