Enjoy a series of virtual exhibitions and artistic content throughout the Biennale of Luanda!
"ReVeladas", an exhibition by Afro-descendant photographer Mar Díaz, dedicated to black / Afro-descendant women in Argentina.
Freddy Tsimba | ‘Mabele eleki lola ! The earth, brighter than paradise’.
The title expresses the urgency of living in the here and now, and to the resilience demonstrated by Congolese people day after day.
Kristof Degrauwe | "The Hidden Mask"
A box containing masks forgotten in the depository of the ethnographic museum of the city of Lubumbashi (DRC) gave rise to the exhibition "The Hidden Mask".
Digital Catalog of the #ArteCvKontraCovid Campaign
#ArteCVKontraCovid19 is a project that uses various means of cultural and artistic expression to share a series of prevention messages against COVID-19.
Discover UNESCO's Exhibition "BIOPALT"
UNESCO and the Lake Chad Basin Commission signed a partnership agreement in May 2017 for 3 years to implement a project entitled "Biosphere and Heritage of Lake Chad".
The project is implemented in partnership with the Lake Chad Basin Commission and funded by the African Development Bank.
The Kenya House concept was borrowed from the Elmolo community. It depicts Kenyan's warmth, resilience, innovation and ability to adapt quite fast in the face of adversity.
Virtual Exhibition | Villa Walter Harris Museum
Virtual Exhibition | Moroccan Painters
Moroccan painters in national collections, from Ben Ali R'bati to the present day
Virtual Exhibition | Maison des Arts
Virtual Exhibition | Jilali Gharbaoui
Virtual Exhibition | "Morocco through the ages"
This exhibition is unveiling a rich journey of more than 450 archaeological objects and tracing the millenary history of the Moroccan Museum of History and Civilizations in Rabat.
The Virtual Museum of Namibian Fashion
The Museums Association of Namibia (MAN) with the support of UNESCO launched the Museum of Namibian Fashion in August 2021 - the first virtual museum of its kind in Namibia, to help expand the collection of images and objects for the museum as the custodian of cultural heritage.
Ndasuunye PAPA Shikongeni tells us about his artistic journey and about the role played by artists in the culture of peace.
Start Art Gallery - Virtual Exhibitions
Finding Memories | Additions to an everyday archive of independence
We Know It In Our Bone | SISTER NAMIBIA
The artworks presented here were created over the course of a year through the SISTER NAMIBIA Artists Activation project. This project commissioned artists to create new work related to feminism in Namibia.
From Where Do We Speak? | Ovizire.Somgu
'Ovizire·Somgu: From Where Do We Speak?' is an ongoing art and history project that emerged out of a creative collaboration between artists and historians in Namibia and Germany in 2018 and 2019.
Flashback | Tony Figueira
For years during the turbulent pre-independent time of the 80s, and early years of Namibian independence, Tony Figueira documented the struggle for liberation and built a large photographic archive.
"Diapasão", 360º exhibition by Manuela Pimentel & JAS - João Alexandrino
Exhibition organised by Camões Portuguese Cultural Centre in Luanda, in partnership with Caixa Angola, which is part of the cultural programme of the "Biennale of Luanda - 2021".
BOANDA, 360º exhibition resulting from the Boanda project, with the participation of the artists António Gonçalves, Babu, Rita GT, Sara Maia, Tim Madeira, curated by Elisa Ochoa.
State Folk Dance Company of Adygheya
Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Choir
Virtual Exhibition | "World Heritage in Senegal: 7 Exceptional Sites"
A journey through an exhibition on the 7 sites of Senegal which since 2016 has been touring the world, available online and through the VUE D'Afrique app. 39 didactic and aesthetic panels recounting the importance of World Heritage in Senegal, the Djoudj National Bird Park, the island of Saint Louis, the island of Gorée, the Saloum Delta, the Niokolo-Koba National Park and the Bassari Country: Bassari, Peul and Bedik cultural landscapes.
Discover the ASA's Exhibition showcasing ResiliArt projects in Angola!
TOGETHER WE CAN ACHIEVE ANYTHING | Virtual photography exhibition
The exhibition celebrates people who have opened their borders, communities and even their homes to those who seek safety and peace in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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