If you take a look at Alun Be’s photography sessions and pictures, you will not see sunny shores, magnificent beaches at sunset or mountainous landscapes. You will mostly catch feelings and emotions through the portrait of a person he chose to show his or her hidden faces. Alun Be is not a photographer whose goal would be to merely take beautiful and unique pictures of … Continue reading Alun Be portrays Africa
Those times of uncertainty we have been living for more than a year have at least the virtue of unleashing inspiration. All over the world, artists, no matter their domain, are using the torments triggered off by the coronavirus disease to feed their creations: painting, music, poetry, sculpture, every single form of art is achieving the mission humanity untrusted them: a duty of memory and … Continue reading Art as a cure against COVID-19?
It is an excellent news in the middle of the current morosity we are facing up to. This Saturday 15th of November, Egypt discovered not less than a hundred sarcophagi in Saqqara, while about sixty sarcophagi had already been found last month in the same locality. And according to Khaled el-Enani, the Egyptian minister of tourism and antiquities, this is not finished yet since more discoveries … Continue reading Great discovery in Egypt: when antiquity comes back to life
Aboudia’s work represents the vitality, the unvarnished energy of a youth who is doing well, who manages and sketches a smile that sometimes scares you, but a full smile that exalts all his experience. On the fringes, it is a generation that stretches and takes on a new form, restructures itself and reveals a clearer force. In each work swarms a horde of lives, a … Continue reading Talent of Côte d’Ivoire : Spotlight on Aboudia.