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The first genocide of the 20th century was committed by the German Empire between 1904 and 1908 in South West Africa, to...
17/11/2021

The first genocide of the 20th century was committed by the German Empire between 1904 and 1908 in South West Africa, today Namibia. The genocide was directed against the Nama and Herero ethnic groups, indigenous peoples of this region. In their work, Marcelo Brodsky and Hildegard Titus, who are both artists and human rights activists, address this crime against humanity, the way in which it is remembered and reappraised.

MARCELO BRODSKY, born 1954 in Buenos Aires, is an international human rights activist and visual artist. His work focusses on visual language, memory and human rights. He combines text and images to convey meaning and to build up alternative narratives. The photographs Brodsky collected from archives, agencies and universities for two years were taken by the colonialists or their helpers (soldiers, missionaries, journalists, etc.). They are irrefutable evidence of the brutal violence of the perpetrators. After reading Mark Sealy‘s book “Decolonizing the Camera”, which claims that every time a colonialist image is shown, its violence is reproduced, Brodsky decided to radically rework these images.

ON FRIDAY, 19 NOVEMBER THERE WILL BE TWO PANELS TALKING ABOUT THE CONTENT OF THE EXHIBITION:


ART & REPRESENTATION OF GENOCIDE

18:30-19:15 h
Participants:
Robert Rodriguez (Scholar, A & M University, Texas, USA)
Mercia Kandukira (Artist/Scholar, SUNY Binghamton University, USA)
Marcelo Brodsky (Artist, Argentina & Spain )
Heike Becker (Scholar/Author, University of Western Cape, South Africa)
Hildegard Titus (Artist, Windhoek, Namibia)
Uazuvara Ewald Kapombo Katjivena (Author, Artist, Kristiansand, Norway)

GENOCIDE IN NAMIBIA

19:30-20:30 h
Participants:
Sima Luipert (Nama Genocide technical Committee, Namibia)
Ngondi Kamatuka (Ovaherero Genocide Foundation, USA)
Barnabas Katuuo (Ovaherero Genocide Foundation, USA)
Vepuka Kauari (Ovaherero Genocide Foundation, USA)
Rolando Vazquez (University of Utrecht, Netherlands)
Wolfgang Kaleck (European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, (ECCHR), Berlin. (coordinator)

more info about the exhibition, event and stream on our website

The large scale painting and collages by @raquelvanhaver at our booth C1 at @akaa_fair in Paris
14/11/2021

The large scale painting and collages by @raquelvanhaver at our booth C1 at @akaa_fair in Paris

Also @justin_dingwall is presenting new works at this years edition of @akaa_fair in Paris. Come by and discover a new s...
14/11/2021

Also @justin_dingwall is presenting new works at this years edition of @akaa_fair in Paris. Come by and discover a new series of beautiful black and white portraits the artist produced in Johannesburg this year.

The works by Cape Town based artist @imraanchristian are also showcased at our booth C1 at @akaa_fair It is the  first t...
13/11/2021

The works by Cape Town based artist @imraanchristian are also showcased at our booth C1 at @akaa_fair

It is the first time, ARTCO exhibits Imraan‘s works in Paris.

@mauricembikayi‘s new collages contain old computer parts. In his work the Congolese artist is focusing on the problem r...
13/11/2021

@mauricembikayi‘s new collages contain old computer parts. In his work the Congolese artist is focusing on the problem ranting electronic waste, which the word is sending to Africa.

Find more information and world on our website.

After two years, we are so happy to finally be back at the amazing @akaa_fair ins Paris. This year ARTCO presents works ...
12/11/2021

After two years, we are so happy to finally be back at the amazing @akaa_fair ins Paris.

This year ARTCO presents works by @imraanchristian, @saidou_dicko, @justin_dingwall, @raquelvanhaver, @el.loko.art, @toyinloyeartist, #kufamakwavarara, @mauricembikayi and @oliver.czarnetta

TRACES OF VIOLENCE - The German empire in Southern Africa2 Nov - 11 Dec 2021 ARTCO Gallery Berlin
06/11/2021

TRACES OF VIOLENCE - The German empire in Southern Africa

2 Nov - 11 Dec 2021

ARTCO Gallery Berlin

TRACES OF VIOLENCE - The German empire in Southern Africa

2 Nov - 11 Dec 2021

ARTCO Gallery Berlin

We’re very happy to present the exhibition “TRACES OF VIOLENCE” in Berlin just opened today, by an artist and human righ...
02/11/2021

We’re very happy to present the exhibition “TRACES OF VIOLENCE” in Berlin just opened today, by an artist and human rights activist, @marcelobrodsky who believes in the importance of art in the social debate.
The subject of human rights violations was and is a central part of his art.
Brodsky became internationally known with his work cycle "Buena Memoria" (1997) about the kidnapping of some of his classmates and his brother Fernando Brodsky by the death squads during the Argentine military dictatorship. Fernando's body has not been found to this day.
As part of his human rights activities, Brodsky met the German human rights lawyer Wolfgang Kaleck, who came to Argentina 20 years ago to defend the cases of German citizens who have disappeared due to state terror. Kaleck is the founder and director of ECCHR (European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights). This Berlin-based organization has a team of international lawyers who work for global justice, defend political prisoners and fight human rights violations and crimes against humanity with legal means. Wolfgang Kaleck informed Marcelo Brodsky about the case and the genocide in South West Africa. With his help, Brodsky contacted the Ovaherero Genocide Foundation based in Namibia and offered them his collaboration to develop an art project on their case and present it in an art space in Berlin.
The photographs that Brodsky collected in archives, agencies, and universities for two years were taken by the colonialists or their helpers (soldiers, missionaries, journalists, etc.). They are irrefutable evidence of the brutal violence of the perpetrators. After reading “Decolonizing the Camera” which describes that every time a colonialist image is shown, its violence is reproduced, Brodsky decided to radically rework these images.
As in his previous series of works, Brodsky enlarges and reworks the photographs underlining the aesthetic effect of the motif by reworking the colours by hand. His short text contribution, typical of his works, expresses the voice and point of view of the colonizers in every single coloured photo. They show violence very clearly, which makes it rather disturbing for the viewer.

We’re happy to introduce the exhibition “L’Afrique vue par set photographes, de Malick Sidibé à nos jours” (which is tra...
27/10/2021

We’re happy to introduce the exhibition “L’Afrique vue par set photographes, de Malick Sidibé à nos jours” (which is translated as ‘Africa seen by its photographers, from Malick Sidibé to the present day’) in Rabat, Morocco.
Recently Moroccan government opened up a new Museum ‘Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art’ in Rabat.
There are images that fit perfectly into the vision of Majesty King Mohammed VI, to enhance the African heritage, and open to the public in search of diversity.
Which is dedicated to the artist Malick Sidibé, this exhibition will also include works by 23 great portrait painters of different generations. On the other hand, the general theme will be devoted to African culture and its openness.
Two of our Artists @marcelobrodsky and @gideonmendel are also part of this exhibition as a collaborated project of Africa fighting for freedom.
The works belong to the Leridon Collection which is based on a profound human adventure.
Gervanne and Matthias Leridon are keen to share with as many people as possible the passion that drives them, the sincere and personal commitment they have with each of the artists of the African continent. Diving into the discovery of their collection means opening up to the unexpected, taking part in a true artistic exploration of the diversity of contemporary African creation.
We are very delighted to share about this meaningful exhibition.

We’re happy to introduce the exhibition “L’Afrique vue par set photographes, de Malick Sidibé à nos jours” (which is tra...
27/10/2021

We’re happy to introduce the exhibition “L’Afrique vue par set photographes, de Malick Sidibé à nos jours” (which is translated as ‘Africa seen by its photographers, from Malick Sidibé to the present day’) in Rabat, Morocco.
Recently Moroccan government opened up a new Museum ‘Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art’ in Rabat.
There are images that fit perfectly into the vision of Majesty King Mohammed VI, to enhance the African heritage, and open to the public in search of diversity.
Which is dedicated to the artist Malick Sidibé, this exhibition will also include works by 23 great portrait painters of different generations. On the other hand, the general theme will be devoted to African culture and its openness.
Two of our Artists @marcelobrodsky and @gideonmendel are also part of this exhibition as a collaborated project of Africa fighting for freedom.
The works belong to the Leridon Collection which is based on a profound human adventure.
Gervanne and Matthias Leridon are keen to share with as many people as possible the passion that drives them, the sincere and personal commitment they have with each of the artists of the African continent. Diving into the discovery of their collection means opening up to the unexpected, taking part in a true artistic exploration of the diversity of contemporary African creation.
We are very delighted to share about this meaningful exhibition.

3 more days to catch @raquelvanhaver’s solo exhibition “AMO A LA REINA”Come by and check it out.The gallery will be open...
20/10/2021

3 more days to catch @raquelvanhaver’s solo exhibition “AMO A LA REINA”
Come by and check it out.
The gallery will be opened from 11AM to 7PM.

Check out the new exhibition from EL Loko “CUT IN WOOD” Starting from today at our gallery space in Aachen.In 1969, as a...
20/10/2021

Check out the new exhibition from EL Loko “CUT IN WOOD” 
Starting from today at our gallery space in Aachen.

In 1969, as a young textile designer who had just completed his training in Accra in neighbouring Ghana, he saw woodblock prints by Nigerian artists while visiting an exhibition - and was spontaneously fascinated by the technique, which had been unknown to him until then. In his own artistic reaction, EL Loko initially produced black and white drawings in a similar style. He moved to Germany in 1971 and been accepted to study at the Düsseldorf Art Academy, he presented these drawings to his teacher and patron Joseph Beuys. Expressly encouraged by Beuys, he began producing wood prints on the academy's printing press. After initial failed attempts, he produced woodcuts during this period that reflected the myths, ciphers and symbols of his cultural homeland, his African origins. In later years, European influences become increasingly apparent.
Influenced by the intensive encounters with such diverse cultures, EL Loko already developed his own unifying artistic language in these woodblock prints, which characterises his later painterly and sculptural work.

Deux Femme assises avec visages caches, 1976
Woodcut print
65x48 cm

La troisie‘ me …, 1974
Woodcut print
70x50 cm

Check out the book JOHANNA MARIA FRITZ - DAUGHTERS OF MAGIC Also a part of the current exhibition “HEXENGLAUBE” in LEPI ...
19/10/2021

Check out the book JOHANNA MARIA FRITZ - DAUGHTERS OF MAGIC
Also a part of the current exhibition “HEXENGLAUBE” in LEPI Studio.
You can purchase it at our online shop.

With "Daughters of Magic", ARTCO presents works by Johanna-Maria Fritz in Berlin for the first time.
Johanna visited Romania's most powerful witch, Mihaela Minca, in Bucharest a total of seven times. During those visits, she witnessed mysterious practices that have probably been passed on in magic dynasties for generations.
The poetic pictures by Johanna Maria Fritz show self-confident, strong women, leaving folkloric clichés behind.
The exhibition "Witch Belief: Witches in Exile & Daughters of Magic" aims to create awareness through the presentation of the different situations and to illustrate the still highly relevant, dangerous, and powerful topic of witchcraft.

2020
hardcover 60 pages
Publisher: Hartmann
Dimensions: 28 x 28 cm

Check out the book JOHANNA MARIA FRITZ - DAUGHTERS OF MAGIC Also a part of the current exhibition HEXENGLAUBE in LEPI St...
19/10/2021

Check out the book JOHANNA MARIA FRITZ - DAUGHTERS OF MAGIC
Also a part of the current exhibition HEXENGLAUBE in LEPI Studio.
You can purchase it at our online shop.

With "Daughters of Magic", ARTCO presents works by Johanna-Maria Fritz in Berlin for the first time.
Johanna visited Romania's most powerful witch, Mihaela Minca, in Bucharest a total of seven times. During those visits, she witnessed mysterious practices that have probably been passed on in magic dynasties for generations.
The poetic pictures by Johanna Maria Fritz show self-confident, strong women, leaving folkloric clichés behind.
The exhibition "Witch Belief: Witches in Exile & Daughters of Magic" aims to create awareness through the presentation of the different situations and to illustrate the still highly relevant, dangerous, and powerful topic of witchcraft.

2020
hardcover 60 pages
Publisher: Hartmann
ISBN: 978-396070-059-3
Dimensions: 28 x 28 cm

Soon, we will be participating @akaa_fair (Also Known As Africa) in Paris on the 11th - 14th of November.We are presenti...
18/10/2021

Soon, we will be participating @akaa_fair (Also Known As Africa) in Paris on the 11th - 14th of November.
We are presenting Kufa Makwavarara, @saidou_dicko @imraanchristian @justin_dingwall @el.loko.art @toyinloyeartist @raquelvanhaver @mauricembikayi
We will announce further information soon.

Artwork by Maurice Mbikayi

Check out the book RAQUEL VAN HAVER - AMO A LA REINA , which is also a current exhibition in the gallery. Raquel Van Hav...
15/10/2021

Check out the book RAQUEL VAN HAVER - AMO A LA REINA , which is also a current exhibition in the gallery.

Raquel Van Haver’s work is driven by a desire to connect, its spirit of togetherness, lending itself to people, communities, and on a monumental level, transcontinental dialogue.
In returning to Colombia, where she was born, Van Haver’s investment in her native country, its people, culture, and ancient mythologies, sees her practice eclipse an individual pursuit for knowledge and belonging, becoming a living archive of Colombia’s extraordinary communities.
Resisting genres, Van Haver reimagines the field of the documentary on her own terms, her approach instilled with inclusivity and expansiveness, elevating often unheard and unseen voices.

AMO A LA REINA 2021
Softcover 103 pages
Publisher: ARTCO Gallery
Dimensions: 25 x 25 cm

Check out our exhibition “HEXENGLAUBE” - Witches in exile & Daughters of magic from @johannamaria_fritz and @annchristin...
14/10/2021

Check out our exhibition “HEXENGLAUBE” - Witches in exile & Daughters of magic from @johannamaria_fritz and @annchristinewoehrl at LEPI Studio.

With "Witches in Exile", photographer Ann-Christine Woehrl has created a series of sensitive portraits of women from Ghana who have been stigmatized as witches.
The UN has strongly drawn attention to the suffering caused by witch hunts in northern Ghana. Women who survive such hunts may find refuge in so-called witch camps.
Ann-Christine travelled out there, to trace the history of these women and to give them a face beyond the stigma of being a witch.
"Witches in Exile" supports the aid project "Witch-hunt Victims Empowerment Project" (WHVEP) with donations from the proceeds of the sale of the book and artwork at the exhibitions.
The exhibition "Witch Belief: Witches in Exile & Daughters of Magic" aims to create awareness through the presentation of the different situations and to illustrate the still highly relevant, dangerous and powerful topic of witchcraft.

There will be an ARTIST TALK with the expert curator Hans-Michael Koetzle in conversation with the Photographers.
On the 30th of October 18:00 - 21:00

RSVP for a visit to the ARTIST TALK & the exhibition via
[email protected] / [email protected] / also through instagram DM

LEPI Studio at Spreestudios
Köpenicker Chaussee 4
10317, Berlin

DAMU DAGON, 2013
Giclée Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle 305 g Fine Art Papier
Paper: 32 x 47 cm
Image: 30 x 45 cm
Edition of 12 + 2 AP
Series: Witches in Exile

Check out our exhibition “HEXENGLAUBE” - Witches in exile & Daughters of magic from @johannamaria_fritz and @annchristinewoehrl at LEPI Studio.

With "Witches in Exile", photographer Ann-Christine Woehrl has created a series of sensitive portraits of women from Ghana who have been stigmatized as witches.
The UN has strongly drawn attention to the suffering caused by witch hunts in northern Ghana. Women who survive such hunts may find refuge in so-called witch camps.
Ann-Christine travelled out there, to trace the history of these women and to give them a face beyond the stigma of being a witch.
"Witches in Exile" supports the aid project "Witch-hunt Victims Empowerment Project" (WHVEP) with donations from the proceeds of the sale of the book and artwork at the exhibitions.
The exhibition "Witch Belief: Witches in Exile & Daughters of Magic" aims to create awareness through the presentation of the different situations and to illustrate the still highly relevant, dangerous and powerful topic of witchcraft.

There will be an ARTIST TALK with the expert curator Hans-Michael Koetzle in conversation with the Photographers.
On the 30th of October 18:00 - 21:00

RSVP for a visit to the ARTIST TALK & the exhibition via
[email protected] / [email protected] / also through instagram DM

LEPI Studio at Spreestudios
Köpenicker Chaussee 4
10317, Berlin

DAMU DAGON, 2013
Giclée Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle 305 g Fine Art Papier
Paper: 32 x 47 cm
Image: 30 x 45 cm
Edition of 12 + 2 AP
Series: Witches in Exile

Check out our exhibition “HEXENGLAUBE” - Witches in exile & Daughters of magic from @johannamaria_fritz and @annchristin...
14/10/2021

Check out our exhibition “HEXENGLAUBE” - Witches in exile & Daughters of magic from @johannamaria_fritz and @annchristinewoehrl

With "Daughters of Magic", ARTCO presents works by Johanna-Maria Fritz in Berlin for the first time.
Johanna visited Romania's most powerful witch, Mihaela Minca, in Bucharest a total of seven times. During those visits, she witnessed mysterious practices that have probably been passed on in magic dynasties for generations.
The poetic pictures by Johanna Maria Fritz show self-confident, strong women, leaving folkloric clichés behind.
The exhibition "Witch Belief: Witches in Exile & Daughters of Magic" aims to create awareness through the presentation of the different situations and to illustrate the still highly relevant, dangerous, and powerful topic of witchcraft.

RSVP for a visit
[email protected] / [email protected]
LEPI Studio at Spreestudios
Köpenicker Chaussee 4
10317, Berlin

C-print
Available in three sizes:
30 x 30 cm
60 x 60 cm
100 x 100 cm
Edition of 6 + 2 AP
Series: Daughters of Magic (Johanna-Maria Fritz)

Check out our exhibition “HEXENGLAUBE” - Witches in exile & Daughters of magic from @johannamaria_fritz and @annchristinewoehrl

With "Daughters of Magic", ARTCO presents works by Johanna-Maria Fritz in Berlin for the first time.
Johanna visited Romania's most powerful witch, Mihaela Minca, in Bucharest a total of seven times. During those visits, she witnessed mysterious practices that have probably been passed on in magic dynasties for generations.
The poetic pictures by Johanna Maria Fritz show self-confident, strong women, leaving folkloric clichés behind.
The exhibition "Witch Belief: Witches in Exile & Daughters of Magic" aims to create awareness through the presentation of the different situations and to illustrate the still highly relevant, dangerous, and powerful topic of witchcraft.

RSVP for a visit
[email protected] / [email protected]
LEPI Studio at Spreestudios
Köpenicker Chaussee 4
10317, Berlin

C-print
Available in three sizes:
30 x 30 cm
60 x 60 cm
100 x 100 cm
Edition of 6 + 2 AP
Series: Daughters of Magic (Johanna-Maria Fritz)

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AKAA 2021 opens its doors tonight! Prepare your visit by buying your ticket or by signing up for the free conference program! https://akaa.seetickets.com/tour/billetterie Credit: Imraan Christian, NOG BOETIE, 2019, © Imraan Christians, Courtesy ARTCO Gallery Talut Kareem, Flowers for Temi, 2021, © Talut Kareem, Courtesy THK Gallery King Houndekpinkou, Cavilux, 2021, Courtesy Gallery Vallois
Works of faith,hope and love,www.faopal.hu
Was so alles aus Büchern werden kann… Zum Beispiel faszinierende Kunstwerke von François du Plessis – entdeckt am Samstag bei der Paper Positions in Berlin. Dank an die ARTCO Gallery für den Aha-Moment und an euch alle die Bitte, Ähnliches nicht mit ausgeliehenen Büchern nachzumachen. Aber bei uns gibt es auch wirklich wenig mit farbigen Schnitt. Mehr dazu unter: https://duplessis.de/ #WasmitBüchern
#ArtworkOfTheDay⁠: Imraan Christian identifies as a son of the soil, a visual artist, an activist, a storyteller. In his work, as a brand ambassador for South Africa, he has chosen to represent the freedom of expression for his nation. MAKTUB, today's featured artwork, is taken from the series CROWNS which explores "the relationship our great indigenous ancestors had with the cosmos and the way it was shared with future generation through art and spoken word." To browse and buy Imraan's work, and more art from Africa and the diaspora, click here: https://bit.ly/3hP1psU. ⁠ Pictured: Imraan Christian, MAKTUB, 2020. Digital photomontage. Presented by ARTCO Gallery. ⁠ #LatitudesOnline #ArtFromAfrica #ImraanChristian
WALKING THE LINE - current #soloexhibition in ARTCO gallery Berlin is on until 13 March. If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact us. ARTCO Gallery. Thank you Zoe Fan © for the portrait photo. #contemporaryart #refugeeswelcome #berlin #watercolorpainting #aquarelle #artcontemporain #artcollector
Happy New Year 2021 ! During this strange period, art goes on ! https://mailchi.mp/6803c921059b/happy-new-year-walking-the-line-in-berlin Coming exhibition ARTCO Gallery in February and March 2021
Spend an artistic weekend with AKAA! Sign up for our online conferences to learn more about the contemporary African art market and the artists of this fifth edition : Table ronde Marrakech : https://bit.ly/3nqPIYZ with Christophe Chaillot, Director of the Institut Français de Marrakech, Meriem Berrada, Artistic Director of Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden, Marrakech, Hicham Daoudi, founder of the Comptoir des Mines Galerie, contemporary art centre, Marrakech and Laila Hida, founder of Le 18, Derb el Ferrane, Marrakech. Moderated by Armelle Malvoisin, journalist and art critic for Beaux Arts magazine and Le Quotidien de l'Art. Conversation d’artistes : https://bit.ly/2IzvEEu with the artists presented by ARTCO Gallery this year: Raquel van Haver (Colombia), Toyin Loye (Nigeria) and Imraan Christian (South Africa) in conversation with Azu Nwagbogu, founder and director of the African Artist Foundation and the Lagos Photo Festival.
Imraan Christian, Maktub, 2020, ARTCO Gallery
(Read more on Instagram: https://instagr.am/p/CE9S2ranpL7/) Make sure to visit photo Basel/Berlin, taking place from Sep 10 — 13, 2020 at Flughafen Tempelhof – together with Positions Berlin Art Fair and Paper Positions art fair! photo basel/berlin presents 23 international galleries, exhibiting over 200 photographic positions by a little more than 45 artists. With Galerie Springer Berlin, ARTCO Gallery, Galerie Koschmieder, Bildhalle, Galerie Dix9 - Hélène Lacharmoise, Galerie &co119, Galerija Fotografija, …and many more! Read more on PiB: www.photography-in.berlin / Weiterlesen auf PiB: www.fotografie-in.berlin #photobasel PhotoBasel #photobaselberlin #artfair #photofair #Fotomesse #fineartphotography #fineart #collectors #art #berlin #basel #positionsartfair #positions #positionsberlin #paperpositions #internationalartfair #artfairseason #berlinartweek Berlin Art Week #Hauptstadtmesse #Flughafentempelhof #tempelhofairport⁠ #tempelhof #photography #Fotografie #Berlin
All galleries are on our website ! Here is a sneak peek of the artists you will see at AKAA 2020 presented by African Arty, Galerie AGorgi, October Gallery, 31 project Galerie Angalia, ARTCO Gallery and Galerie Anne de Villepoix. Stay tuned for more information ! Happy summer ! Credit : Tsoku Maela, Bardo, 2017, courtesy of African Arty Hela Ammar, A fleur de peau, 2018, courtesy of A.Gorgi Gallery Benji Reid, Untitled 2, courtesy of October Gallery Epheas Maposa, Parenting Tendency, 2020, courtesy of 31 Project Gosette Lubondo, Imaginary Trip #2, 2016, courtesy of Galerie Angalia Raquel Van Haver, On the Path of a King, 2018, courtesy of Artco Gallery Barry Souleiman, Visage Anonyme bleu, 2020, courtesy of Galerie Anne de Villepoix
With over 100 national and international galleries from multiple countries, the exhibitors of this year's Positions Berlin and Paper Positions have been announced. Part of the art fair in 2020 are: ARTCO Gallery, Galerie Thomas Schulte, Galerie Thomas Fuchs, Galerie Kleindienst, Galerija "Māksla XO" among others. Find a list of galleries and more information on our website: ►https://www.berlinartweek.de/en/news/newsdetail/news/positions-berlin-gibt-teilnehmende-galerien-bekannt/. 📷 Positions Berlin 2019 #berlinartweek #kulturprojekteberlin
Exhibition // Toyin Loye: Einschnitte at ARTCO Gallery Berlin, Germany on view until 10 August 2020 Loye’s first solo exhibition in Berlin focuses on the transfer of ancient rituals and practices of various African cultures into the present and their identity creating role in society.