19 Feb - 25 Mar 2020

Franck Kemkeng Noah

On the occasion of the fair 1-54 Marrakech, African Arty is pleased to present a solo show of Franck Kemkeng Noah taking place at the Es-Saadi Palace.  

07 May - 09 Jul 2020

Tsoku Maela – 3D Online Exhibition

African Arty is pleased to present an online solo show of Tsoku Maela.   Born on March 29 in Lebowakgomo, South Africa, and working mainly on photography, film and text, Maela is interested in the motivations of most societal problems through the observation and study of human behavior and psyche in the hope of creating…

20 May - 20 Aug 2020

Solo Maya-Inès Touam

African Arty is pleased to present an online solo show of Maya-Inès Touam.   Born in France to two Algerian parents, Maya-Inès Touam has always stretched her eyes and curiosity on both sides of the Mediterranean Sea. It is naturally that his artistic career has embraced the influences of these 2 continents. His first questions…

29 May - 04 Jun 2021

Cinthia Sifa Mulanga – Intimate Spaces

This exhibition presents for the first time in Morocco the recent works of the artist Cinthia Sifa Mulanga. Following the cancellation of The Solo Project, which was to be held in Brussels from 21 to 24 April 2021, African Arty is exhibiting the works of the artist that were to be presented during the fair….

19 May - 16 Jul 2021

Group show – Emancipated Imaginaries

In collaboration with Manifesta and AKAA art fair, African Arty is pleased to invite you to the exhibition Emancipated Imaginaries curated by Armelle Dakouo – May 28th to July 16th 2021 in Lyon. Emancipated Imaginaries responds to and reflects on the reality of contemporary Africa, at a time when real emancipation from the models and mechanisms of societal domination and…

30 Aug - 14 Oct 2021

Rebuilding Beirut

While we all have in mind the images of desolation following the two explosions that devastated part of Beirut, African Arty invites you to the 3D virtual exhibition in support of the Lebanese people, “Let’s rebuild Beirut“. Given the extent of the damage, every gesture counts, 10% of the sales will therefore be donated to Beit el Barakat, a Lebanese non-profit organisation that ensures dignity to destitute…