Connecting Boundaries

Africa My Africa – Connecting Boundaries, Gallery of African Art (GAFRA), 45 Albemarle Street, London W1, until 3rd December 2016

Left-right top: Daniel Soresa (Memories, 2015) and Patrick Altes (Il Faut Cultiver Son Jardin, 2014). Bottom: Edward Akourt (Sometimes I Wonder, 2015) and Olayanju Dada (My beautiful Nightmare, 2016). Courtesy of the Gallery of African Art and Lahd Gallery

Left-right top: Daniel Soresa (Memories, 2015) and Patrick Altes (Il Faut Cultiver Son Jardin, 2014). Bottom: Edward Akourt (Sometimes I Wonder, 2015) and Olayanju Dada (My beautiful Nightmare, 2016).
Courtesy of the Gallery of African Art and Lahd Gallery

This is a joint exhibition between GAFRA and the Lahd Gallery, London and celebrates the work of four artists – Daniel Soresa (Ethiopia), Patrick Altes (Algeria), Olayanju Dada (Nigeria) and Edward Akrout (Tunisia). Although coming from very different backgrounds there is a unity in the works as each artist is telling the story of “their” Africa in these vibrant, colourful works.

Africa My Africa - Connecting Boundaries Courtesy of the Gallery of African Art and Lahd Gallery

Africa My Africa – Connecting Boundaries
Courtesy of the Gallery of African Art and Lahd Gallery

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