The Cameroonian artist Anjel presents works where the subjects are addicts of things and concepts, to fashion and brands. In this world of consumerism, appearances are imposed as if a human necessity, as a catalyst in our lives, making us believe that we are superior.
For the Kenyan artist Evans Mbugua,humans are at the FOCUS center of his artistic approach, choosing whatever creative tool to express himself. The artist paints, takes photos and records hope, the joy of living, love, pleasure, exchange, pride, emotions... placing them in the stage of his life, in that of his friends and of strangers.
The artist Wycliffe Mundopa from Zimbabue is undoubtedly the most passionate and committed to the life of the women and children from the disadvantaged neighborhoods of Harare. His works speak with passion and ire, with cynicism and compassion, but above all, with an unrelenting commitment to the recognition of this part of society too often hidden.
In his colourful and very subtly drawn works, the Ivorian Méderic TURAY mixes with precision traditional materials and modern techniques: he constructs, cuts, accumulates and composes with energy and spontaneity moments of life. Cleary, he overcomes the disciplinary barriers to impose his urban style.
“The origin was innocence and purity”, this way of seeing the world guides the artist Méné in his work taking him to the minimalism of the shapes and the sobriety of the colours. The artist feels the need to express himself with material using distinct supports and pigments: earth, clay, sand, bark...Backgrounds and shapes constitute a union of dynamic merged materials.
The main inspirational theme of the Ghanaian artist Larry Otoo is the daily life of Ghanaians. His vibrant oil and acrylic paintings capture the rhythm of everyday life in Ghana. According to the painter his goal is "to record and preserve our traditions through image."
Contemporary and tribal African art