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Interview // Hyacinthe Ouattara // May 2020

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On the occasion of his solo show "Revival", from June 17th to July 12th, Hyacinthe Ouattara told us more about the concept behind, his practice and philosophy. 

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Interview // Hyacinthe Ouattara // May 2020

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

On the occasion of his solo show "Revival", from June 17th to July 12th, Hyacinthe Ouattara told us more about the concept behind, his practice and philosophy. 

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Interview // Nana Yaw Oduro

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Today, meet young photographer Nana Yaw Oduro. His poetic pictures showcasing male characters in situations both quirky and graphical, are part of the solo show "Some things mysterious boys do" running until June 14th.

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Interview // Nana Yaw Oduro

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

Today, meet young photographer Nana Yaw Oduro. His poetic pictures showcasing male characters in situations both quirky and graphical, are part of the solo show "Some things mysterious boys do" running until June 14th.

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Interview // Jean David Nkot // May 2020

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Featured in our online exhibition "Origines", Jean David Nkot's work explores the fight of the body against the territory through the pattern of a map. He told us more about his artistic practice and the messages he wants to convey through his canvases. 

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Interview // Jean David Nkot // May 2020

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

Featured in our online exhibition "Origines", Jean David Nkot's work explores the fight of the body against the territory through the pattern of a map. He told us more about his artistic practice and the messages he wants to convey through his canvases. 

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Interview // Ibrahim Ballo

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Featured in our online exhibition "Origines", Ibrahim Ballo's weaved canvases are easily recognizable. Through the appropriation of traditional Malian weaving, he aims to point out the pains of his society. 

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Interview // Ibrahim Ballo

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

Featured in our online exhibition "Origines", Ibrahim Ballo's weaved canvases are easily recognizable. Through the appropriation of traditional Malian weaving, he aims to point out the pains of his society. 

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Interview // Marc Posso

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Today, meet young photographer Marc Posso whose colorful pictures  featured in our online exhibition "Origines" aims to shed the light on the African continent's cultural diversity and richness. 

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Interview // Marc Posso

Posted by Michaëla Hadji-Minaglou on

Today, meet young photographer Marc Posso whose colorful pictures  featured in our online exhibition "Origines" aims to shed the light on the African continent's cultural diversity and richness. 

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