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It’s a monomental job dealing with all the artworks affected by the #flood . Today @gideonmendel joined and took this pi...
23/07/2021

It’s a monomental job dealing with all the artworks affected by the #flood . Today @gideonmendel joined and took this picture of our today’s cleaning team.

Thanks to everyone supporting and for all the kind messages ❤️

It’s a monomental job dealing with all the artworks affected by the #flood . Today @gideonmendel joined and took this picture of our today’s cleaning team.

Thanks to everyone supporting and for all the kind messages ❤️

22/07/2021

We are overwhelmed and incredible thankful for all the physical and emotional support we received in the last days.

Thanks to all of you ❤️❤️❤️

New amazing paintings by Raquel van Haver on the way to Germany.  #raquelvanhaver #berlin #contemporaryart #painting
13/07/2021

New amazing paintings by Raquel van Haver on the way to Germany. #raquelvanhaver #berlin #contemporaryart #painting

New amazing paintings by Raquel van Haver on the way to Germany. #raquelvanhaver #berlin #contemporaryart #painting

Maurice Mbikayi is currently exhibiting a selection of sculptures at Middelheim museum in Antwerp, Belgium. Here you can...
10/07/2021

Maurice Mbikayi is currently exhibiting a selection of sculptures at Middelheim museum in Antwerp, Belgium.

Here you can see the mixed media sculpture THE AESTHETIC OBSERVER, 2021.

“In this figure’s clothing we recognize keys recuperated from old computer keyboards, a reference to the raw materials needed in today’s technology: it is still exploited workers who extract the ores from the ground in Congo, thus enabling the Western way of life. And afterwards, the West often dumps the materials back in Africa as toxic waste. Mbikayi collects the remains and uses them in his art. In this way, he not only denounces this skewed situation but also pays tribute to the resilience of the African people, who have found endless ways to make the most of limited resources. The ‘aesthetic observer’ is a flâneur and a dandy, an imagined cousin to the famous Congolese sapeurs. The dandy pays close attention to his appearance, as a sign of resistance and independence.”

The exhibition will be up until Sunday 03 October.

Photo: Léonard Pongo

@mauricembikayi
@middelheimmuseum

Maurice Mbikayi is currently exhibiting a selection of sculptures at Middelheim museum in Antwerp, Belgium.

Here you can see the mixed media sculpture THE AESTHETIC OBSERVER, 2021.

“In this figure’s clothing we recognize keys recuperated from old computer keyboards, a reference to the raw materials needed in today’s technology: it is still exploited workers who extract the ores from the ground in Congo, thus enabling the Western way of life. And afterwards, the West often dumps the materials back in Africa as toxic waste. Mbikayi collects the remains and uses them in his art. In this way, he not only denounces this skewed situation but also pays tribute to the resilience of the African people, who have found endless ways to make the most of limited resources. The ‘aesthetic observer’ is a flâneur and a dandy, an imagined cousin to the famous Congolese sapeurs. The dandy pays close attention to his appearance, as a sign of resistance and independence.”

The exhibition will be up until Sunday 03 October.

Photo: Léonard Pongo

@mauricembikayi
@middelheimmuseum

Currently in Arles to see @johannamaria_fritz great solo show ‘Like a Bird’ at the beautiful gallery @anneclerguegalerie
07/07/2021

Currently in Arles to see @johannamaria_fritz great solo show ‘Like a Bird’ at the beautiful gallery @anneclerguegalerie

Currently in Arles to see @johannamaria_fritz great solo show ‘Like a Bird’ at the beautiful gallery @anneclerguegalerie

This year we remember two extraordinary artists.We commemorate the great Joseph Beuys, whose 100th birthday we are marki...
04/07/2021

This year we remember two extraordinary artists.

We commemorate the great Joseph Beuys, whose 100th birthday we are marking this year, and the 5th anniversary of the decease of his master student EL Loko, who passed away in 2016 in his home country Togo.

At this year's “Paper Positions” we are showing a selection of EL Loko's early woodcuts, which were created during his studies at the Düsseldorf Art Academy in the 1970s.

@el.loko.art
#elloko
#josephbeuys

We are so happy to welcome visitors at our gallery space in Aachen again.Justin Dingwall‘s new solo exhibition ‚Beautifu...
02/07/2021

We are so happy to welcome visitors at our gallery space in Aachen again.

Justin Dingwall‘s new solo exhibition ‚Beautiful Terrible‘ can be visited at our gallery space in Aachen until 31 July.

Seilgraben 31
52062 Aachen
Germany

Check out our website for more information

@justin_dingwall
#justindingwall
#beautifulterrible

We are so happy to welcome visitors at our gallery space in Aachen again.

Justin Dingwall‘s new solo exhibition ‚Beautiful Terrible‘ can be visited at our gallery space in Aachen until 31 July.

Seilgraben 31
52062 Aachen
Germany

Check out our website for more information

@justin_dingwall
#justindingwall
#beautifulterrible

After the great response to @toyinloyeartist‘s work at @paperpositions last year, we are excited to present brand new wo...
29/06/2021

After the great response to @toyinloyeartist‘s work at @paperpositions last year, we are excited to present brand new work for Toyin‘s #scarification project.

Feel free to contact us for a preview.

After the great response to @toyinloyeartist‘s work at @paperpositions last year, we are excited to present brand new work for Toyin‘s #scarification project.

Feel free to contact us for a preview.

On @paperpositions we will present for the first time works of @saidou_dicko‘s new body of work ‚The Blue Moon of Ouagad...
26/06/2021

On @paperpositions we will present for the first time works of @saidou_dicko‘s new body of work ‚The Blue Moon of Ouagadougou‘.

Check out our website for more works!

We can’t wait to see everyone again in August.

#saidoudicko
#paperpositionsberlin

On @paperpositions we will present for the first time works of @saidou_dicko‘s new body of work ‚The Blue Moon of Ouagadougou‘.

Check out our website for more works!

We can’t wait to see everyone again in August.

#saidoudicko
#paperpositionsberlin

We are happy to announce our participation at @paperpositions Berlin this year.The fair will take place between 19 and 2...
23/06/2021

We are happy to announce our participation at @paperpositions Berlin this year.

The fair will take place between 19 and 22 august at Telekom Hauptstadtrepräsentanz in Berlin-Mitte.

On the image you can see our exhibition from last year with
@gary_stephens_art
@ransomestanley and
@toyinloyeartist

We will let you know about our exhibition at the fair soon.

#paperpositionsberlin
#artfair

We are happy to announce our participation at @paperpositions Berlin this year.

The fair will take place between 19 and 22 august at Telekom Hauptstadtrepräsentanz in Berlin-Mitte.

On the image you can see our exhibition from last year with
@gary_stephens_art
@ransomestanley and
@toyinloyeartist

We will let you know about our exhibition at the fair soon.

#paperpositionsberlin
#artfair

It makes us always very happy to see the artworks in the home of the collector.Here you can see SHARON II by Toyin Loye ...
22/06/2021

It makes us always very happy to see the artworks in the home of the collector.

Here you can see SHARON II by Toyin Loye at the beautifully curated home of @ada_agbor

@toyinloyeartist
#toyinloye
#artcollector

It makes us always very happy to see the artworks in the home of the collector.

Here you can see SHARON II by Toyin Loye at the beautifully curated home of @ada_agbor

@toyinloyeartist
#toyinloye
#artcollector

Solo show Beautiful Terrible by Justin Dingwall 

In Beautiful Terrible, ARTCO Galerie shows new works by South African ...
19/06/2021

Solo show Beautiful Terrible by Justin Dingwall 

In Beautiful Terrible, ARTCO Galerie shows new works by South African artist and photographer Justin Dingwall. @justin_dingwall was born in Johannesburg in 1983 and is one of the most successful portrait photographers in his country. He gained international fame in 2013 with the publication of his first art photography series ALBUS, in which he portrayed people with albinism with wonderful aesthetics. By showing the "beauty of otherness", he draws attention to the social ostracism of these people, which is still prevalent in many parts of Africa today.  

In Dingwall's current project Beautiful Terrible, the artist also deals with a social issue.

According to Dingwall, the idea for Beautiful Terrible came about during South Africa's first Corona-related extreme lockdown in 2020. The enforced isolation sparked a discussion between Dingwall and his wife about how differently both, he as a man, she as a woman, perceive the isolation from society. This discrepancy in the perception of isolation prompted Dingwall to look at gender roles within modern art.

#justindingwall
#beautifulterrible

The Great Bantu MigrationNew body of work by Richard Mudariki The project is a series of 60 paintings interpreting the m...
16/06/2021

The Great Bantu Migration

New body of work by Richard Mudariki

The project is a series of 60 paintings interpreting the migration of over 1,5 million Zimbabweans from their country to South Africa. The background to the concept of the Great Bantu Migration project is as a result of the humanitarian crisis that took place at the Beitbridge border post between Zimbabwe and South Africa between December 2020 and January 2021.
The project concept is inspired by Jacob Lawrence series of The Migration of the Negro, whose sixty panels represented the great migration of African Americans from the South to the industrial cities of the North during World War 1. There are clear parallels to the story of the movement of African Americans from the south to the north to that of Zimbabweans moving from the north of the southern African region to the south.

#richardmudariki #thegreatbantumigration

Toyin Loye is working on many different surfaces. Next to his famous carved prints, the Nigerian artist is using a selec...
19/05/2021

Toyin Loye is working on many different surfaces. Next to his famous carved prints, the Nigerian artist is using a selection of different materials to create his artistic narrative.

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair

Toyin Loye is working on many different surfaces. Next to his famous carved prints, the Nigerian artist is using a selection of different materials to create his artistic narrative.

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair

Toyin Loye was born 1959 in Nigeria. He studied Fine Art at Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile Ife. He is is a representa...
17/05/2021

Toyin Loye was born 1959 in Nigeria. He studied Fine Art at Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile Ife.

He is is a representative of the African artistic tradition who portrays his cultural heritage in his work. Each and every element in the work of Toyin Loye has a specific significance. His cheerful animals and masked human figures are attributes of his culture. They are symbols of the Yoruba people to which he belongs. This is also reflected in his poetry, which is often integrated in his paintings. He has even moved further by experimenting with photographs and carved papers.

Toyin Loye lives and works in The Hague, the Netherlands

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair

Toyin Loye was born 1959 in Nigeria. He studied Fine Art at Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile Ife.

He is is a representative of the African artistic tradition who portrays his cultural heritage in his work. Each and every element in the work of Toyin Loye has a specific significance. His cheerful animals and masked human figures are attributes of his culture. They are symbols of the Yoruba people to which he belongs. This is also reflected in his poetry, which is often integrated in his paintings. He has even moved further by experimenting with photographs and carved papers.

Toyin Loye lives and works in The Hague, the Netherlands

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair

Owusu-Ankomah’s work is informed by a sophisticated discourse on traditional philosophical concepts as well as a deep un...
14/05/2021

Owusu-Ankomah’s work is informed by a sophisticated discourse on traditional philosophical concepts as well as a deep understanding of the aesthetic and cultural character of the African continent. He draws inspiration from the visual power of symbols including the ancient Adinkra sign system of his homeland, abstract symbols, logos and ideograms from contemporary global cultures combined with an awareness of a vast array of both formal and inherited traditions.to create work that is dense with visual complexity.
A master of harmony and dissonance in composition, his highly characteristic and clearly recognizable work seeks to balance spatial and structural concerns. He exploits the themes of memory, history and the passage of time through the filter of personal experience to create work that is never merely decorative, yet embodies a philosophy of communication which obliges us to reflect anew upon common elements of our humanity. His work evinces an ability to reconcile intelligence and sensibility, knowledge and intuition as well as matter and spirit.
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Skoto Aghahowa
October 2014

Owusu-Ankomah’s work is informed by a sophisticated discourse on traditional philosophical concepts as well as a deep understanding of the aesthetic and cultural character of the African continent. He draws inspiration from the visual power of symbols including the ancient Adinkra sign system of his homeland, abstract symbols, logos and ideograms from contemporary global cultures combined with an awareness of a vast array of both formal and inherited traditions.to create work that is dense with visual complexity.
A master of harmony and dissonance in composition, his highly characteristic and clearly recognizable work seeks to balance spatial and structural concerns. He exploits the themes of memory, history and the passage of time through the filter of personal experience to create work that is never merely decorative, yet embodies a philosophy of communication which obliges us to reflect anew upon common elements of our humanity. His work evinces an ability to reconcile intelligence and sensibility, knowledge and intuition as well as matter and spirit.
(...)

Skoto Aghahowa
October 2014

Over the years, Owusu-Ankomah has increasingly devoted his works to spiritual and metaphysical themes. Spirituality is i...
11/05/2021

Over the years, Owusu-Ankomah has increasingly devoted his works to spiritual and metaphysical themes. Spirituality is increasingly becoming a source of inspiration for his art. It was in particular the large-format, condensed canvases of the MOVEMENT and MICROCRON series, often reduced to a black-and-white colour scheme that constituted an important turning point in the artistic career of Owusu-Ankomah, gaining the artist high recognition and appreciation on the international art markets. His few still available works from this series are sought-after collector’s items, commanding lofty prices at international auctions.

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair

Over the years, Owusu-Ankomah has increasingly devoted his works to spiritual and metaphysical themes. Spirituality is increasingly becoming a source of inspiration for his art. It was in particular the large-format, condensed canvases of the MOVEMENT and MICROCRON series, often reduced to a black-and-white colour scheme that constituted an important turning point in the artistic career of Owusu-Ankomah, gaining the artist high recognition and appreciation on the international art markets. His few still available works from this series are sought-after collector’s items, commanding lofty prices at international auctions.

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair

Discussing his artistic practice, @evans_mbugua says: "I portray my life, and those of my friends and strangers. In this...
05/05/2021

Discussing his artistic practice, @evans_mbugua says: "I portray my life, and those of my friends and strangers. In this way, diversity nourishes my curiosity about the world. I look at our identities and their hidden facets, and my portraits celebrate the characters of my subjects. I use glass and perspex to beautify my subjects through the glow and reflections they emit, while underlining human frailty. In my work, pictograms represent our urban environment, which shape and provide the rhythm of our lives, and in turn, become my playground."

Mbugua's works are held in institutions and private collections in France, the UK, Italy, the United States, Denmark, Nigeria, Morocco, and Kenya. He has featured in exhibitions in Paris, London and New York.

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair

Discussing his artistic practice, @evans_mbugua says: "I portray my life, and those of my friends and strangers. In this way, diversity nourishes my curiosity about the world. I look at our identities and their hidden facets, and my portraits celebrate the characters of my subjects. I use glass and perspex to beautify my subjects through the glow and reflections they emit, while underlining human frailty. In my work, pictograms represent our urban environment, which shape and provide the rhythm of our lives, and in turn, become my playground."

Mbugua's works are held in institutions and private collections in France, the UK, Italy, the United States, Denmark, Nigeria, Morocco, and Kenya. He has featured in exhibitions in Paris, London and New York.

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair

Evans Mbugua is an artist-designer born in 1979 in Nairobi, Kenya. He currently lives and works in Paris, France. Both o...
03/05/2021

Evans Mbugua is an artist-designer born in 1979 in Nairobi, Kenya. He currently lives and works in Paris, France. Both of these culturally diverse cities are an inspiration for his works.

Mbugua comes from a graphic design background, having majored in Print Design. This training is visibly demonstrated in his artistic technique. His work is a creative medley of colour and print detail captured in portraiture.

For Mbugua, design and art form the perfect symbiosis -- they are "in sync". He does not merely utilise prints to enhance his portraits; he also reinterprets prints - through a fresh depiction of a modern sign or symbol - to create an unusual dazzling design. Creating a layered effect, the print forms a backdrop and a portrait is positioned in the foreground. Each portrait is composed of a unique series of small-dot effects on the glass or perspex - his mediums of choice.

@evans_mbugua

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair #evansmbugua

Evans Mbugua is an artist-designer born in 1979 in Nairobi, Kenya. He currently lives and works in Paris, France. Both of these culturally diverse cities are an inspiration for his works.

Mbugua comes from a graphic design background, having majored in Print Design. This training is visibly demonstrated in his artistic technique. His work is a creative medley of colour and print detail captured in portraiture.

For Mbugua, design and art form the perfect symbiosis -- they are "in sync". He does not merely utilise prints to enhance his portraits; he also reinterprets prints - through a fresh depiction of a modern sign or symbol - to create an unusual dazzling design. Creating a layered effect, the print forms a backdrop and a portrait is positioned in the foreground. Each portrait is composed of a unique series of small-dot effects on the glass or perspex - his mediums of choice.

@evans_mbugua

#artgallery #exhibition #comtemporaryart #artco #artcogallery #aachen #berlin #capetown #artspace #paintings #art #fineart #artcollector #artsy #groupshow #gallery #artwork #kunstgalerie #artfair #evansmbugua

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"Les cinq continents, tous pour un". Installation créée par Patrizia Pic De Donno et Jean Pierre Avonts-Saint-Lager pour la Nuit Blanche 2018 de Paris.
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