Category Archives: Dak’Art IN

The official selection of art pieces curated by an international jury. In 2012 around 40 artists were chosen for this exhibition. 8 of them have been decorated with prices.

Other artists – South Africa, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal

A final quick glimpse of other interesting artists at the Biennale: Lerator Shadi, Jessica Foli, Peter Clarke (South Africa); Aboudia, Ange Martial Méné, Pascal Konan (Cote d’Ivoire); Camara Gueye, Teemu Mäki (Senegal)

Other artists – South Africa, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal

A final quick glimpse of other interesting artists at the Biennale: Lerator Shadi, Jessica Foli, Peter Clarke (South Africa); Aboudia, Ange Martial Méné, Pascal Konan (Cote d’Ivoire); Camara Gueye, Teemu Mäki (Senegal)

Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi – South Africa

Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi was born in Cape Town / South Africa in 1977. He studied at Community Arts Project and at AFDA School of motion picture medium and performance. In his paintings he deals amongst others with themes around challenges and extremes

Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi – South Africa

Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi was born in Cape Town / South Africa in 1977. He studied at Community Arts Project and at AFDA School of motion picture medium and performance. In his paintings he deals amongst others with themes around challenges and extremes

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”

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

Mamady Seydy – Senegal

  Mamady Seydy was born in Dakar in 1970. He is a graduate of the National School of Arts in Dakar. At the biennale he presented the installation “Celui qui ne sait plus où il va, doit-il retourner d’où il

Mamady Seydy – Senegal

  Mamady Seydy was born in Dakar in 1970. He is a graduate of the National School of Arts in Dakar. At the biennale he presented the installation “Celui qui ne sait plus où il va, doit-il retourner d’où il