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The latest from Afriart Gallery around the world

Brain Damage

Brain Damage

John Baptist Ssekubulwa
Reviews
11 Mar 2019

“Human life has meaning only to that degree and long as it is lived in the service of humanity”- Wole Soyinka[i]   [i]  Wole Soyinka is one of the most influential literary figures on the continent. He is also a strong critic of despotic regimes in Africa, especially Nigeria, his home country

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A portrait of Power, Authority and Control

A portrait of Power, Authority and Control

Arim Andrew
Reviews
16 Aug 2018

The message in these portraitures is clear: the artist is cross-examining the theme of power, authority and control as exercised by the male figure in society today.

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Creases and Tears: Transcending borders and identities

Creases and Tears: Transcending borders and identities

Eria Sane Nsubuga
Reviews, News
27 Sep 2017

An exploratory body of work looking at tearing as an act both of mourning and as pulling apart what causes the tears. Tearing/ shedding tears and tearing/ ripping apart are synonymous with loss, anger, mourning. 

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Exhibitions

The latest from Afriart Gallery around the world

Brain Damage

Brain Damage

John Baptist Ssekubulwa
Afriart Gallery on 7th
09 Mar 2019 - 30 Apr 2019

'Brain Damage' symbolizes the vulnerabilities of communities standing alone.  

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Contemplation

Contemplation

RONEX
Afriart Gallery Kira Rd
11 Jan 2019 - 14 Feb 2019

RONEX has created new multimedia artworks relating to personal interpretation/observation of Dreams, contradictions, possibilities, thoughts and the ideal versus reality. "My challenge ...

Shadows

Shadows

Eria Sane Nsubuga
Afriart Gallery Kira Rd
07 Dec 2018 - 10 Jan 2019

Shadows are the things that stay with us and contextualize the appetite of the present in us. 

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