Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Sights and Sounds Ostrale, Messe, Dresden

This are the highlights of Ostrale, had such a wonderful time, so much so, that we missed our train.


Dresden Train station



Capsules by Flis Milosz(PL)







Troberg Lukas(DE)













Darkening Process Fatmi Mounir(FR)




Thursday, July 23, 2015

Roadtrips and Happenings in Frankfurt and Weil am Rhein, Germany

It's been a great couple of days of road trips, Museum visits I want to share images of what's been happening... from visiting the Painting, Performance, Politics Exhibition of Senegalese, El Hadji Sy work at the Weltkulturen Museum in Frankfurt, to visiting the Vitra Museum for the Making Africa exhibition.









 Leanie Van der Vyver Scary Beautiful 2012






 Weltkulturen Museum








Justin Dingwall

The Vitra Museum




Goncalo Mabunda

El Anatsui

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Sights and Sounds Of Würzburg - Fortress Marienberg, Entryways and Pathways......












 Fortress Marienberg view from the inside.......






Sights and Sounds Of Würzburg - The Palace Gardens

Whats a little traveling without sight seeing.....







 And yes I was here...







Sights and Sounds Of Würzburg- The Residence

Würzburg Residence...
Without going into much detail, the architecture is spectacular!



whats traveling without visiting a palace or two....





Wednesday, July 8, 2015

GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER


Halida Boughriet, "Diner des anonymes" from the series Pandora", 2014. 
Chromogenic color print, 47.2 x 31.5 in(120 x 80 cm).


GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER?

OPENING RECEPTION
WEDNESDAY JULY 15, 2015
6 - 9 PM

Folks can’t seem to come to terms with the fact that African artists have now taken and secured their seat at the dinner table, invited or not!
–Chika Okeke-Agulu


Richard Taittinger Gallery is proud to present Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?, a summer showcase of contemporary art from Africa, curated by Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? celebrates the growing impact of African art on the global stage and serves as a crucial platform for visibility in New York. The exhibition will present work by twelve African artists: Aida Muluneh,Amalia Ramanankirahina, Amina Menia, Beatrice Wanjiku, Chika Modum, Chike Obeagu, Ephrem Solomon Tegegn, Gopal Dagnogo, Halida Boughriet, Onyeka Ibe, Sam Hopkins, and Uche Uzorka.


On view until August 23.