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  • Abidjan Art Fair


  • Third Edition of CritLab


    CritLab is a combined residency and professional development programme aiming to build a network of art professionals who desire to push the boundaries of global art thought, production, criticism, and exhibition making. Exit Frame initiated this annual peer-to-peer pedagogical project in 2020, as part of its efforts to broaden the critical intellectual infrastructure of professional art practice in Ghana, in partnership with FCA-Ghana, blaxTARLINES KUMASI and SCCA Tamale.

  • Rencontres de Bamako


    Titled Maa ka Maaya ka ca a yere kono — On Multiplicity, Difference, Becoming, and Heritage, this edition of Bamako Encounters will take place from October 20, 2022 to December 20, 2022, at various venues in Bamako, Mali.

  • Lubumbashi Biennial - "ToxiCity"


    The Biennial explores the contemporary creation of the artistic scene in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in the world. It is now one of the most dynamic and experimental artistic events on the African continent. For its next edition, the Biennale will question toxicity as a condition of existence that inextricably affects social worlds under the title "ToxiCité" or "ToxiCity". As a starting point, the theme will open up the collective elaboration of a critical and transformative look at the social and cultural environment, in Lubumbashi and in the world.

  • If we’re happy in our dreams, does that count?


    The exhibition titled: If we’re happy in our dreams, does that count? is constructed around the spatial realities of the cities of Accra and Stuttgart, through real and fictive engagements, interactions and interventions. What does happiness in dreams have to offer? What new histories can we construct out of this encounter?

  • Groot Rotterdams Atelier Weekend


    Come hang out at the XP headquarters this Saturday and Sunday! 💹🏷🤑 We’re selling out, everything including our souls on sale - all you can XP - buy X get P free - 2 days limited offer - see you there xpxpxp



    Gallery 1957, Ghana is proud to announce the gallery's first solo exhibition of new works by Araba Opoku (b. 1998, Ghana), running from September 24 to October 22, 2022. Opoku won the first edition of The Yaa Asantewaa Art Prize in 2021, an accolade launched by Gallery 1957 dedicated towo men artists living and working in Ghana and its diaspora. Whispers Down the Lane is curated by Katherine Finerty, London-based curator, art historian, and writer.



    An exhibition showing works of Daouda Traore

  • Kinshasa (N)tóngá - entre futur et poussière


    𝗞𝗶𝗻𝘀𝗵𝗮𝘀𝗮 (𝗡)𝘁𝗼́𝗻𝗴𝗮́ 𝗽𝗿𝗲𝘀𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘀 𝗮 𝘂𝗻𝗶𝗾𝘂𝗲 𝘃𝗶𝘀𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗼𝗳 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗖𝗼𝗻𝗴𝗼𝗹𝗲𝘀𝗲 𝗰𝗮𝗽𝗶𝘁𝗮𝗹, 𝗶𝘁𝘀 𝗱𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗽𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁, 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗶𝘁𝘀 𝘂𝗿𝗯𝗮𝗻 𝘀𝘁𝗿𝘂𝗰𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗲.

    (N)tóngá means “needle” or “construction site” in Lingala and therefore refers to the informal course that characterises Kinshasa's evolution to date. The impact of colonialism and the influence it has had on the architecture of the third largest city on the African continent are the focus of the exhibition. The featured artists depict the working methods and production processes that allow the people of Kinshasa to go against an imposed vision of the city and its identity.

  • Congo Biennale "Le Souffle des Ancêtres"


    The Congo Biennale chooses Armelle Dakouo and Fahamu Pecou, independent curators, to curate the second edition. It will take place over 38 days, from september 16 to october 23, 2021, in public spaces and other venues in the city of Kinshasa. More than 40 artists, designers, architects, art historians, curators, art critics from the 5 continents have been invited to propose a project that will be realised and presented as part of this international event in the cosmopolitan city of Kinshasa. The title of this first edition is The breath of the ancestors (Le Souffle des Ancêtres). For this year 2022, the biennial will impose itself as an unmissable event on the Congolese artistic scene with a great inter-national impact.



    On view from 15 September 2022 – 30 October 2022, Segun displays visually exciting constellations, which trigger an emotional response in the viewer. They delight the eye and are imbued with hope, innocence, and collectivism with themes inspired by the pandemic, personal loss and hidden interpretations and narratives.



    "LA FEMINITE DU M.A.L.E" is a collective exhibition that features four unique Togolese visual artists Yao Metsoko, Tete Azankpo, Laka and Emmanuel Sogbadji.

  • Sam Samiee: A Garden of Clouds


    The exhibition A Garden of Clouds by painter Sam Samiee explores processes of symbolic social ‘anchoring’ in different times — under different names — and amid a dream-scape of clouds.

    A Garden of Clouds is inspired by a close engagement with the Rotterdam Stadsarchief, to look at the construction of our Cool neighborhood in the 1870s, following cholera and tuberculosis epidemics. During this time, the botanical garden and Clinical School (1828–1866) were transformed into a newly built ...

  • Hand Statement


    A solo exhibition by Nana Frema Amoabeng

    This work removes the hand from its usual resting place on the flanks of the body, and places it on a natural pedestal, at the centre of our attention, forcing us into a head-on confrontation with the silent builder of the world in which we live.

  • PAMA Festival 2022


    PAMA FESTIVAL is an annual event to celebrate Poetry, Animation, Music & Fine Arts in Ghana

  • YANGO/biennale de Kinshasa: Toko zela lobi te


    The present is our only solid platform. The brilliance of daybreak, the opening of closed eyelids, the nightmares strangling the deepest night, are each in turn demanding our presence.It all starts with the unequivocal assertion “We Will not Await Tomorrow!” Tomorrow, with its miraculous promise of pie in the sky, will never appear. The future constantly steals away from us, sneaky as a thief. It hosts a hope, which evaporates like a mirage. In the end, the status quo prevails. Future anticipations and planning repeat the past and prevent the real advent of things. The future obliterates the present, the only time fully available to us. The unpredictable dwells in the present: in what we do with it, unencumbered by obstacles or promises. The present bears all potential and possible creations, actions, and life. It forges uncharted territories, unique and first-time stories, a day-to-day existence we are free to invent. The present is constructive, connecting the mind to the earth.

  • 12th Berlin Biennale


    The 12th Berlin Biennale, curated by artist and thinker Kader Attia, will take place from 11 June to 18 September 2022 in various venues across the city.This edition will continue Attia’s engagement with and inquiry into processes of decolonisation and decoloniality, through the notion of ‘repair’: of objects and physical injuries, as well as of individual and societal traumas. Engaging artists, thinkers, activists and audiences alike, the 12th Berlin Biennale will reflect on art’s agency as a form of critical care and repair in the face of colonial legacies and the climate emergency, around the following set of questions: ‘How can the decolonization of art be conceived – from the restitution of plundered goods to an anticolonial culture of memory? What role can non-Western feminist movements play in the reappropriation of history and identity? How are the climate crisis and colonialism related, and how can resource extraction be resisted and native knowledges acknowledged to preserve ecosystems?’‘I am often asked: What comes after decolonial thinking?’ Attia says in a statement; ‘However, I’m less concerned with what comes after than with the fact that it is an ongoing conversation in the here and now, a series of acts of repair taking place in different spheres of society.’Attia grew up in France and Algeria and later studied in Paris and Barcelona – he now lives and works in Berlin and Paris. Attia founded multidisciplinary arts space La Colonie in Paris in 2016, which hosted lectures and workshops engaged with debates around decolonisation. It closed in July 2020, with the artist launching an appeal to help fund a new venue.

  • Biennial of Dak'art 2022


  • 59th Venice Biennale of Art 2022


  • African Art in Venice Forum


  • Memoria: récits d'une autre Histoire


  • Tango Nde Mokonzi


    Photography exhibition "Tango Nde Mokonzi" from 31 March to 30 April 2022, at Texaf Bilembo. This beautiful exhibition by photographer Gosette Lubondo is organised in partnership with the Angalia Gallery, which represents and promotes the artist in Paris.

  • KINSHASA –(N)TONGA – Entre futur et poussière


  • Living traces, a bridging project between Brussels and Kinshasa


    Tuesday 22 March sees the inauguration in the Democratic Republic of Congo of “Living traces, a bridging project between Brussels and Kinshasa” which will take place in the two capitals between March 2022 and 2023. Led by KANAL-Centre Pompidou with the support of partners, artists, and committed curators, the project has been conceived as part of the economic and cultural mission of the regional government in Kinshasa scheduled for next week.   The starting point is a reflection on the 60 years of independence of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. A scrutiny of both the DRC past and present as well as its links to Belgium. The people who have conceived the project explore the colonial legacy and its impact. What has survived and is still alive in both of these countries today?   “We are aware that the work on 'living traces' is not univocal and that there are multiple aspects to the appropriation of the colonial heritage that are both emotional and militant. We decided therefore to give all these voices an opportunity to express themselves and to create a platform of exchange, dialogue and artistic expression that would allow us to build the project”, stated Yves Goldstein, director general of KANAL.  Living Traces is a journey, a multi-faceted and multi-directional project that will include a combination of paintings, installations, music, dance, films and sound creations by contemporary Belgian and Congolese artists. Starting with the exhibition KINSHASA -(N)TONGA - Entre futur et poussière, which will be held at the Académie des Beaux-Art de Kinshasa from 22 March to 22 April 2022. The aim of this exhibition, that is presented by Twenty Nine Studio and Traumnovelle on the initiative of Sammy Baloji, is to reveal the city of Kinshasa via the many different 'ways of doing' and 'producing'. It will highlight the works of Kinshasa's artists, who are imbued with a powerful imagination about this shared heritage inherited from colonisation.  Other guest artists exhibiting in Living Traces include Sammy Baloji, Agnès Lalau, Pascale Martine Tayou, Michèle Magema, Soraya Lutangu Bonaventure,, and many others. The narrative of the project is the work of the curators Sorana Munsya and Evelyn Simons, Johnny Leya and Twenty Nine Studio, Gia Abrassart and Joelle Sambi in partnership with Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Académie des Beaux-Arts de Kinshasa, Horst Festival, CIVA, Cinematek and Café Congo, among others.  Living traces is an inventory, a long-term artistic escape that takes its time and marks the beginning of a process of reflection during which it will need to deconstruct, discuss, and recompose bearing in mind and heart the traces of colonial history and the living impulse to create common, respectful, and shared narratives. The desire to invest in a subject of this kind understandably imposes the indispensable inclusion of art, artists, and cultural sites in the current debate on the subject of colonial heritage and the accompanying task of decolonisation.

  • GLITCH In My Skin


    On this occasion, the Cercle D'Art Des Travailleurs De Plantation Congolaise (CATPC) will launch its educational programme, Le Cercle d'éducation autonome Luyalu. This programme will be co-initiated by Selom Kudjie (artist, director of SCCA, Tamale, Ghana) and Ibrahim Mahama.

  • Pool Malebo


    The multimedia exhibition Pool Malebo explores the fictional potential of contemporary depictions of unfamiliarity. Embedding contemporary images and narratives into fantastic and speculative scenes leads to a discovery of the act of representing the other as a process of making it exotic, constructing meanings and producing realities. We process layers of real and imaginary pictorial worlds that shape our collective (un)conscious, by means of a process of strategic auto-exoticization. This leads to jointly made paintings that are expanded in the exhibition with scenographic interventions, digital painting and experimental videos to become a multi-dimensional, multimedia fabulation. Otherness is not merely presented or criticized, but worked upon in a shared process that asks as to its opportunities for designing different, better or simply interesting images that can become part of our imaginary world.

  • Exposition quand les femmes prennent la paix en main


    Du 10 au 27 mars, au travers de l'objectif de femmes photographes locales, les contributions essentielles des femmes à la paix et à la sécurité sont mises en lumière. Développée en partenariat avec Photoville, à New York, l’exposition est le fruit d'une collaboration entre le Département des Opérations de Paix des Nations Unies et ONU Femmes.

  • Woori Festival


  • Ibrahim Mahama exhibition


    Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama has long struggled to connect the seemingly separate value chains of commodity extraction on the African continent and value creation in the art world. Lusanga is Mahama's first institutional solo exhibition in Central Africa.

  • Kinzonzi 2.0


    The Goethe Institut Accra makes is offering creatives the opportunity to exhibit their art in the institute

  • Quiétude et effervescence...


    LouiSimone Guirandou Gallery is pleased to start this new year with the artists Alun Be and N'Doye Douts for a new duo show.

  • Enjaillement à Babi: Aboudia


    Galerie Cécile Fakhoury (Abidjan, Dakar, Paris) is pleased to present the solo exhibition of the painter Aboudia for the first time in Paris.Revealed in 2011 by his paintings depicting Ivorian youth in the turmoil of the post-election crisis, Aboudia has established himself in a decade as the leader of a generation of Abidjanese visual artists who have become heralds of the challenges overcome by the Ivorian working class in the aftermath of the war.A decade later, the children of war have grown up. The weapons have disappeared from the canvas, but the works of the artist-phenomenon Aboudia have remained faithful to this urgency, to this imperative of survival. The recurrence of graffiti, the superimposition of images and fleeting gestures are the direct components of the urban genesis of his work, the legacy of a time when the artist had only the walls to express himself.

  • Investec Cape Town Art Fair


    Since 2014, Lusanga, a palm-oil plantation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, has been the scene of an emerging new ecosystem. Former wage laborers founded the Congolese Plantation Workers Art League (CATPC) to reclaim their culture, their land, and their self-determination. They have built a sustainable artistic and economic practice that defies colonial expropriation and violence.

  • OPEN CALL: Festivals/Conference Grants for Artists and Art Workers


    With “Moving Ghana”, the Goethe-Institut Accra wants to encourage Ghanaian artists to present their artwork to an international audience and/or to collaborate, work and build networks with other art practitioners on the continent

  • OPEN CALL: Open exhibition at the Goethe Institut Accra


    Are you an artist and looking for an exhibition space to show your work?

  • Unfiltered Talks with Createdbyjoey


    Pleased to officially announce “Unfiltered Talks with Createdbyjoey “; Interviews with artists, diving into their crafts and creative processes, inspirations and motivations. The struggles and difficulties in creating and being a creative. First session will be on Feb 18, from 2pm-3pm GMT

  • Handmade Pottery Class - Dzorwulu Flea Market


  • Balot


    CATPC and Renzo Martens’s exhibition at KOW marks a new stage in their longstanding collaboration, in which they delve deep into both colonial relations and the mechanics of the art world, in order to understand and alter them. The show features six new documentary films (2022), Martens’s widely discussed film White Cube (2020), and the launch of an NFT as a new instrument of decolonialization in the form of digital restitution (2022).

  • The Red Ventriloquist - Exhibition


    For her exhibition The Red Ventriloquist at the macLYON, South African artist Mary Sibande (born in 1982 in Barberton) takes the format of sculpture and installation to a new level in her work.

  • MnR (Memories and Rythm) with Lizz Johnson


  • Niemandsland“ (No Man‘s Land)


    Please do fill out this form to assist us in our planning as we work to open up access to more users over the course of the year.

  • Artists Registration


    Terra Alta is conducting an artist registration exercise for artists intending to use the rehearsal space, library, studio, classroom spaces, and theatre space.Please do fill out this form to assist us in our planning as we work to open up access to more users over the course of the year.

  • Vibe Architecture


    Founded in 2014 by artist Kiripi Katembo, for its second edition (Yango II), the Kinshasa Biennale takes on a processional mode to materialize a dream-making laboratory, imagined and run exclusively by artists. This unique "factory » is performed and narrated at the Palais de Tokyo, in The Library of Things we Forgot to Remember, at the heart of the exhibition Ubuntu, a lucid dream.

  • African Narratives Migration & the Diaspora (Panel Discussion)


    Talks, poetry, performance, music

  • Exposition Reflet par Amakan


  • THURSDAY LATES: Presenting Worlasi Langani


    The exhibition showcases paintings by artist/artiste Worlasi Langani



    Talks, poetry, performance, musicFounded in 2014 by artist Kiripi Katembo, for its second edition (Yango II), the Kinshasa Biennale takes on a processional mode to materialize a dream-making laboratory, imagined and run exclusively by artists. This unique "factory » is performed and narrated at the Palais de Tokyo, in The Library of Things we Forgot to Remember, at the heart of the exhibition Ubuntu, a lucid dream.

  • SEGOU’ART 2022


  • Art Talk on Sustainable Curating with Solvej Helweg Ovesen


    blaxTARLINES, in collaboration with SCCA Tamale and KNUST Museum , is excited to host the curator Solvej Helweg Ovesen for our next art Talk in Kumasi. Please see poster for details.

  • Launch of Asafo Blacks Mobile library


    The Launch of Asafo Blacks Mobile library is finally here!!! In collaboration with Foundation for Contemporary Art- Ghana, we are elated to introduce the first iteration of our mobile library project on Saturday the 29th of January, 2022 at The Foundation for Contemporary Art, W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Centre. 2nd Circular Road, Cantonments Accra, Ghana. Join us in this experience…

  • Love fEAST 2022


    crazinisT artisT studiO in collaboration with perfocraZe International Artist Residency – [pIAR] is inviting friends, families, artists, fans, art enthusiasts and the general public to their annual communal dinner, party and the official opening of pIAR 2022.

  • Art Talk with


    Exactly one year after the first edition in a series of exhibitions you are being invited to come let's talk through some of the paintings and experiments and how things have generally been shaping up since.

  • Marie Lhoir, photo exhibition


    Marie Lhoir is a photographic artist who sheds light on interculturality, the strength of human encounters with a colourful accent. Through her images, she tries to bring a small voice to those who have none.

  • Omar Victor Diop


    The striking photographs of Senegalese contemporary artist Omar Victor Diop (b. 1980) capture modern African sensibilities, and often focus on a recasting of history, the representation of diasporic experiences and global politics of black resistance. Combining photography with other art forms, Diop’s remarkable body of work includes fine art, fashion, design, and portrait photography. Using artistic self-portraiture as a key tool to engage with complex representational politics, community embodiment and ideas of self-fashioning, his practice is characterized by meticulously staged, dramatic imagery in which the artist himself appears as the main visual protagonist and interlocutor.

  • Eric Adjei Tawiah - Threads of Past and Present (Exhibition)


    Gallery 1957 London is pleased to invite you to the opening reception of Eric Adjei Tawiah’s solo exhibition - Threads of Past and Present

  • Asafo Black’s “Vibes Thru Da Wire" - Episode 6


    Asafo Black’s “Vibes Thru Da Wire". VTDW is an open round table talk series, hosting various personalities from the arts, music, pedagogy, architecture, etc.Join us 25th January, 2022 at 7pm GMT & 8pm CET for this discussion via the Zoom link in our bios. In this episode, we will be joined by Adwoa Amoah and Ato Annan who are artists and co- directors of the Foundation for Contemporary Art (FCA)- Ghana. 



    Held every year on the 24th of January, World Day for the African & Afrodescendant Culture celebrates the many vibrant cultures of the African continent and African Diasporas around the world, and promotes them as an effective lever for sustainable development, dialogue & peace!🥰🥳 Come let's wine our waists to Palm wine music with @lekyekyeku and Afrofusion with @obaseabolimusic, connect and find meaning with African poetry and reflect on the great heritage that African and Afrodescendant culture is to the world!

  • Public workshop with Djamile Mama Gao


    Aimed at our children, this workshop will be an opportunity to introduce them to slam and poetry. A moment of learning but also of entertainment in the company of Djamile Mama Gao, a Beninese artist evolving in slam, poetry, music and literature.

  • Artist Talk "L'Alchimiste" with slameur Jonathan Ntumba


  • Kan xóxó nù


    "Kan_xóxó_nù" means "It's at the end of the old rope". A fusion of traditional and contemporary visual worlds, this group exhibition presents - essentially - works from the Centre's collection. Between photographs, installations, videos and sculptures, "Kan_xóxó_nù" is a nod to the strength of traditions that are part of our society and contemporary creation.

  • Wolfgang Tillmans: Fragile


  • James Barnor in conversation with Adrien Sauvage (Instagram Live)


    James Barnor in conversation with Adrien Sauvage

  • Latitudes Hybridas


    International Performance Art Festival of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia

  • Oral History Interviewing (IG Live)


    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

  • Simon Njami in conversation with Wolfgang Tillmans


  • Existing Otherwise - The Future of Coexistence (Workshop with Emily Hunt)


    An artist with a diverse background, Hector became aware of the power of the image when, at the age of 17, he began to draw in the press in Benin. It was 1987, during the period of the dictatorial military regime when freedom of speech and expression was almost non-existent. Without even perceiving the meaning at the time, he was already a committed artist. A status that he does not feel the need to claim; the expression of his art has always been free, eclectic and without taboos.



    SCCA Tamale together with XO Curatorial Projects and Galerie Wedding  presents an exhibition titled “EXISTING OTHERWISE : THE FUTURE OF COEXISTENCE “ curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen, Co-curated by Ibrahim Mahama and Isabel Lewis featuring;Ana Alenso (VZ)Ato Jackson (GH)Bernard Akoi-Jackson(GH)Cecilia Vicuña (CL)Eli Cortiñas (ES)Emily Hunt (AU)Ernest Sackitey (GH)Hannah Toticki(DK)Jem Bendell (GB)Rosemary Esinam Damalie (GH)Rüzgâr Buski (TR)Sarah Ama Duah (DE)Sandra Kyeraa(GH)Selom Kudjie (GH)SikarntSkoolisariyaporn(TH)Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson (GH)

  • WHEN WOMEN SPEAK (Film Screening)


  • Hector Sonon exhibition


    Beninese painter and illustrator, Hector SONON was born in Cotonou in 1970. An aesthete, but above all a critic, Hector defines himself as a product of society. Society whose facts and gestures, smells and perfumes nourish his inspiration and open his eyes to a wide variety of subjects. As a result of these observations, his art is meant to be questioning, even inquisitive, with the aim of drawing the attention of his fellow human beings to elements that usually leave them indifferent.

  • We are Hiring


    The Noldor Artist Residency is calling on interested creatives to occupy the role of a Curatorial Assistant, Artist Liaison, Ceramic Studio Manager and a NFT Project Lead.If interested, apply by sending your resume and cover letter to info@noldorresidency.com.

  • Art School Kinshasa-London


    Cedrick Nzolo Ngamobu: The mvuata-mable

  • Nase Ya Ebele, cultural day


  • Seduced by the Charms of a Mistake (Exhibition)


    The exhibition showcases works of artist Al Hassan Issah whose practice explores different ways in which paint and painted objects exist within our space and the way we interact with them. Employing materials such as posters, acrylic/ oil paints, henna on canvas and objects like cast iron/ aluminum and steel pipes welded into a constellation of objects, Hassan’s works provoke a thoughtful familiarity.

  • Ties That Bind Us (Exhibition)


    TIES THAT BIND US: a solo exhibition of works by Kwesi O. Kwarteng.In this exhibition Kwarteng creates resplendent textile artworks using a diversity of culturally significant fabrics from around the world including kente cloth from his native Ghana, raw silk, and upcycled remnants which he dyes by hand, stitches, and reimagines as masterful tapestries.  

  • Fil rouge


    The contemporary art exhibition FIL ROUGE presents the artists Magloire MPAKA, Isaac SAHANI, Prisca TANKWEY, Catheris MONDOMBO, Peter MIYALU and the curator Jean KAMBA. Astonishing works, marked by the colonial imprint. 

  • Tarkeeb - تركيب


    A display unveiling a selection of works by artists Adel Bentousi and Bardi (Mehdi Djelil) under the name "Tarkeeb - تركيب " will be presented at the gallery.

  • I A M (Exhibition)


    I AM: On view from December 10, 2021 – January 30, 2022, Adrien Sauvage’s series titled I AM. showcases layers of merging cultures and aesthetics, expressed through the raw and vulnerable visual storytelling of authentic African narratives, capturing the carefree spirit and strength of modern Ghanaian life.

  • L’art, un jeu sérieux


    Art, a serious game is a group exhibition open to the public from 27 November 2021 to 14 February 2022 and curated by Meryem Sebti, editor in chief of Diptyk magazine.

  • Talk with the artist Ghislain Ditshekedi


  • Captured in Time (Exhibition)


    Captured in Time documents Gerald Chukwuma’s childhood memory, traditional days of celebration lost to modernity. Often catalysts for communal discourse, the bodies move through the works with an energy reminiscent of traditional dance being passed from the elders to the young.

  • احبائي my loved ones: Exhibition of Aïcha Snoussi


  • Samuel Fosso


    Retracing a career of almost 50 years, this retrospective exhibition of the work of Samuel Fosso brings together, for the first time in France, all of his major series.

  • Mayindule Transformation (call for proposals)


  • Letters


  • Kinzonzi


    A touring exhibition organised by ifa – Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen

  • Wolfgang Tillmans: Fragile


    It is the interpersonal with all its shortcomings that fascinates Wolfgang Tillmans. He sees the acceptance of the fragility that defines us as individuals and our interpersonal relationships as a strength. He uses failures, ruptures and fragility as an impetus to develop new processes. They point to the imperfect nature of our lives and reveal unsuspected perspectives on life's materiality. In this sense, 'Fragile' refers to the precious moments of life and the value of social and family ties, especially in times of social and political instability.

  • Prête-moi ton rêve


    Pan-African Travelling Exhibition

  • Wolfgang Tillmans: Fragile


  • Wolfgang Tillmans: Fragile


    The exhibition presents the multifaceted art of Wolfgang Tillmans and shows about 200 works from the years 1986 to 2018. The exhibition includes large-format prints, smaller photographic prints, sculptural objects and table installations, and also video projections and publication projects.

  • Wolfgang Tillmans: Fragile


  • Wolfgang Tillmans: Fragile


    Tillmans's artistic work is based on an irrepressible curiosity, intensive preparatory research and continual engagement with the technical and aesthetic potential of the medium of photography. His visual language is characterized by a close observation that opens up a deeply humane approach to our surroundings. Familiarity and empathy, friendship, community and closeness can be seen and felt in his pictures.

  • Wolfgang Tillmans: Fragile