Following on its very first solo exhibition, the first in France of emerging Cameroonian artist Jean David Nkot, AFIKARIS Gallery, dedicated to promoting emerging and established artists from Africa.
Inaugurating its very first gallery space, Paris-based AFIKARIS Gallery presents rising Cameroonian artist Jean David Nkot’s first extensive solo exhibition in France from May 29 till July 7, 2021.
Ein wahres künstlerisches Eintauchen in das historische Erbe von Metz, das internationale Festival für digitale Kunst Constellations de Metz richtet sich an alle, indem sie einen kostenlosen Zugang bietet.
In the plague-stricken 14th-century Italy of Boccaccio’s Decameron, ten young men and women flee the city of Florence to escape the black death. They confine themselves to a deserted villa.
Ciaccia Levi is a contemporary art gallery based in Paris, founded and directed by Nerina Ciaccia and Antoine Levi. In the beginning, the gallery was located in the Belleville District.
Born in France in 1985, Paul Rousteau spent his early days at a Steiner-Waldorf alternative school. When he was 18 years old he started studying art in Belgium, at Saint-Luc Tournai.
Frédéric and Catherine Sofia are a Paris-based duo of artists. Their separation in 2013 has proven to be a turning point in their artwork, which is now that of a creative pair rather than a couple.
Born in 1981 in Tehran, Nazanin Pouyandeh lives in Paris. Graduated from École Nationale Supérieures des Beaux Arts of Paris, she regularly takes part in exhibitions in France and abroad.
Laurent Perbos‘ artistic practice is developing through several mediums such as painting, photography, installation or even performance, but obviously sculpture remains his favorite field.
Rebecca Brodskis lives and works in Paris. She spent most of her childhood travelling and living between France and Morocco. She has later lived in New York, Berlin, Tel-Aviv and now in Paris.
Her creative ambition is to bring back all that is fragment and enigma to unity. Johanna relies on digital globalization to propose a contemporary vision of the universal as the opposite of uniformity.
Mary Sue is a double game, with a single player (the creature) who also acts as a referee (the creator) and as a favorite playground stereotypes, conventions, aberrations of the world, my own dysfunctions.
The French painter Bertrand Fournier is 34 years old. He lives and works in Janville Sur Juine, a small village in the suburbs of Paris. He is married and is a father of three beautiful children.