Exhibitions

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Exhibition "We paint humans, a focus on the Cameroonian art scene"

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

From July 16th to August 16th in its Parisian space and online, Afikaris gallery sheds light on the recent dynamism and liveliness of the Cameroonian art scene that has been noticeable in the past five years. Through the gaze of Boris Anje (Anjel), Moustapha Baidi Oumarou, Salifou Lindou and Jean David Nkot, the gallery underlines the richness and diversity of this scene. Despite very different aesthetics, all opt to use the human figure at the heart of their work.

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Exhibition "We paint humans, a focus on the Cameroonian art scene"

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

From July 16th to August 16th in its Parisian space and online, Afikaris gallery sheds light on the recent dynamism and liveliness of the Cameroonian art scene that has been noticeable in the past five years. Through the gaze of Boris Anje (Anjel), Moustapha Baidi Oumarou, Salifou Lindou and Jean David Nkot, the gallery underlines the richness and diversity of this scene. Despite very different aesthetics, all opt to use the human figure at the heart of their work.

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Exhibition "Revival"

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

From June 17th to July 12th, Afikaris showcases “Revival” a solo show featuring works by multidisciplinary artist Hyacinthe Ouattara. The exhibition  takes place virtually and on appointment in Afikaris' Parisian showroom.

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Exhibition "Revival"

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

From June 17th to July 12th, Afikaris showcases “Revival” a solo show featuring works by multidisciplinary artist Hyacinthe Ouattara. The exhibition  takes place virtually and on appointment in Afikaris' Parisian showroom.

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Exhibition "Some things mysterious boys do"

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

From May 27th to June 14th, Afikaris offers a breath of fresh air and freedom with "Some things mysterious boys do": a solo show of Ghanaian photographer Nana Yaw Oduro. The exhibition  takes place virtually and on appointment in Afikaris' Parisian showroom.

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Exhibition "Some things mysterious boys do"

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

From May 27th to June 14th, Afikaris offers a breath of fresh air and freedom with "Some things mysterious boys do": a solo show of Ghanaian photographer Nana Yaw Oduro. The exhibition  takes place virtually and on appointment in Afikaris' Parisian showroom.

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Exhibition "Origines"

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

In the context of the international health crisis that questions the notion of borders, Afikaris proposes to feature the work of five African artists: Asiko, Ibrahim Ballo, Roméo Mivekannin, Jean David Nkot and Marc Posso, whose practice tends to question or inspire their culture, identity and the very notion of borders.

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Exhibition "Origines"

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

In the context of the international health crisis that questions the notion of borders, Afikaris proposes to feature the work of five African artists: Asiko, Ibrahim Ballo, Roméo Mivekannin, Jean David Nkot and Marc Posso, whose practice tends to question or inspire their culture, identity and the very notion of borders.

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Exhibition "Dialogues, techniques mixtes sur papier"

Posted by Florian Azzopardi on

In parallel to Paris Drawing Week, Afikaris presents a selection of works on paper by artists Bruce Clarke, Saïdou Dicko, Salifou Lindou, Onyis Martin and Hyacinthe Ouattara from March 24th to April 27th. 

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Exhibition "Dialogues, techniques mixtes sur papier"

Posted by Florian Azzopardi on

In parallel to Paris Drawing Week, Afikaris presents a selection of works on paper by artists Bruce Clarke, Saïdou Dicko, Salifou Lindou, Onyis Martin and Hyacinthe Ouattara from March 24th to April 27th. 

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