Monthly Archives: August 2012

Ndary Lo – Senegal

Ndary Lo was born in 1961 in Tivaouane (Senegal). He lives and works in Dakar. He graduated from the School of Arts of Dakar. He obtained international profile with his iron sculptures of walking men (“Hommes qui marchent”). At this years

Ndary Lo – Senegal

Ndary Lo was born in 1961 in Tivaouane (Senegal). He lives and works in Dakar. He graduated from the School of Arts of Dakar. He obtained international profile with his iron sculptures of walking men (“Hommes qui marchent”). At this years

Younes Baba-Ali – Maroc

Younes Baba-Ali was born in 1986. He graduated from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg and from the AIX-en-Provence Art School. Today he lives and works in Brussels and Casablanca. At the Biennale he presented the sound installations “Horn Orchestra”

Younes Baba-Ali – Maroc

Younes Baba-Ali was born in 1986. He graduated from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg and from the AIX-en-Provence Art School. Today he lives and works in Brussels and Casablanca. At the Biennale he presented the sound installations “Horn Orchestra”

Saadio Diallo – Senegal

Saadio Diallo lives and works in Dakar. He started his career as a mural painter. Until today he takes the inspirations for his pictures from paintings and graphics on Dakar’s walls: His latest paintings refer to the 2011-2012 protest movement

Saadio Diallo – Senegal

Saadio Diallo lives and works in Dakar. He started his career as a mural painter. Until today he takes the inspirations for his pictures from paintings and graphics on Dakar’s walls: His latest paintings refer to the 2011-2012 protest movement

Fall Meïssa – Senegal

Fall Meïssa lives and works in the ancient Senegalese capital St. Louis, in the noth of the country near the border to Mauretania. As did his father and his grandfather likewise Fall Meïssa became a repairman for bicycles and motorcycles.

Fall Meïssa – Senegal

Fall Meïssa lives and works in the ancient Senegalese capital St. Louis, in the noth of the country near the border to Mauretania. As did his father and his grandfather likewise Fall Meïssa became a repairman for bicycles and motorcycles.

Em’Kal Eyongakpa – Cameroon

Em’Kal Eyongakpa is a visual and sound artist who was born in Cameroon in 1981. At the biennale his video installation and video sculpture “Njanga Wata” was shown. The titel is a pidgin English translation of “River of Prawns” or

Em’Kal Eyongakpa – Cameroon

Em’Kal Eyongakpa is a visual and sound artist who was born in Cameroon in 1981. At the biennale his video installation and video sculpture “Njanga Wata” was shown. The titel is a pidgin English translation of “River of Prawns” or

Cheikhou Bâ – Senegal

Visitors in front of the installation “Pas assez d’électricité” (“Not enough electricity”) in one of the halls of the “Ancienne Biscuiterie de la Médina” (“Old Biscuit Factory”) in Dakar. The artist Cheikhou Bâ made the huge mural from 2240 electrical outlets. Cheikhou

Cheikhou Bâ – Senegal

Visitors in front of the installation “Pas assez d’électricité” (“Not enough electricity”) in one of the halls of the “Ancienne Biscuiterie de la Médina” (“Old Biscuit Factory”) in Dakar. The artist Cheikhou Bâ made the huge mural from 2240 electrical outlets. Cheikhou