Artist, painter, and photographer, Bruce Clarke, was born in 1959 in London, from South-African parents on the exile for their antiapartheid political activity. After studying Arts at the University of Leeds, he moved to Paris where he established his base to create and think about the world. His works are about contemporary history, rethinking the ways of social representation to stimulate a reflection about the actual world.
Contemporary and tribal African art
Director: Sorella Acosta
Address: Carrer Nou 1
Location: 08870 Sitges
Timetable: Monday - Sunday: 11 - 14h and 18 - 20.30h; Saturday: since 21h; Tuesday and Wednesday, only afternoon
The gallery Out of Africa, propose an emerge between contemporary art, tribal art, and the traditional African objects discovered in-situ, without forgetting the relation between the objects and its origins and its ethnological implication.
This Christmas will show an exhibition of three contemporary artists committed with the African arts, like Bruce Clarke, Fran Martí and Miquel Arnal.