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Exhibitions

Signs of power

In ancient Greece, man and city showed their piety with sculptures considered as the artistic expression of the Gods. Phidias, Greek sculptor (438 BC) had the reputation of being the only man who knew the image of the Gods that he revealed to men with his sculptures.

NO BORDER

Two artists, one Ivorian and the other Liberian, each expressing his vision of the world and united by the same passion for their art generously decided to show their works together for an exhibition that they named NO BORDER.

MasKArade Ananze Explorer

Two artists, one Ivorian and the other Liberian, each expressing his vision of the world and united by the same passion for their art generously decided to show their works together for an exhibition that they named NO BORDER.

Matiére Transparente

Two artists, one Ivorian and the other Liberian, each expressing his vision of the world and united by the same passion for their art generously decided to show their works together for an exhibition that they named NO BORDER.

Au Fil du Temps

Two artists, one Ivorian and the other Liberian, each expressing his vision of the world and united by the same passion for their art generously decided to show their works together for an exhibition that they named NO BORDER.

Densité – Obou Gbais & Rodrigue Obodjé

Two artists, one Ivorian and the other Liberian, each expressing his vision of the world and united by the same passion for their art generously decided to show their works together for an exhibition that they named NO BORDER.

#AlienEdits

Since the emergence of social networks, the "millennial generation" Loza belongs to has been stigmatized for its narcissism. Selfie, a self-portrait created with a smart-phone or a webcam, shared via social networks, is the typical form of expression of this generation.

BRUT LOCAL

LouiSimone Guirandou Gallery associe à nouveau le design à la photographie avec deux créateurs, Issa Diabaté et Macline Hien

unifying thread

Commitment, invitation to questioning, the art of Nú Barreto speaks, surprises, seduces and never leaves indifferent. Originally from Guinea-Bissau, now based in Paris, Nú Barreto reveals

Babitopie

BABITOPIE, the collaboration of Jean-Servais Somian and Ana Zulma, combining design and hybrid photography, testifies, with this unusual artistic marriage, the multidisciplinary character of contemporary art, the diversity and richness of the artistic expression and confirms the generosity of artists’ sensitive souls.