DAK'ART 2018

Dakar Biennale Reveals List of Artists

Titled ‘The Red Hour’, the 13th edition of the Biennale of Contemporary African Art, DAK’ART will be held from May 3 to June 2, 2018 in Dakar. 

Bili Bidjocka, Last Supper: “Do not take it, do not eat it, this is not my body…”, 2016. 13 public performances and installations which take place in different events and cities around the world. Dak’Art 2016 international exhibition, Installation view, Palais de Justice © C&

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LIST OF SELECTED ARTISTS „IN“:

1. Yasmina Alaoui,  Morocco
2. Ghada Amer and Reza Farkondeh,  Egypt-Iran
3. Laeila Adjovi,  Benin
4. Ibrahim Ahmed,  Egypt
5. Rana Ashraf,  Egypt
6. Asmaa Barakat,  Egypt
7. Balbzioui Yassine,  Morocco
8. Beathur Mgoza Baker aka Bea,  South Africa
9. Shiraz Ali Bayjoo,  Maurice
10. Juan Milanes Adres Benito aka Milanes,  Cuba
11. Téo Betin,  France
12. M & # 39; barek Bouhchichi,  Morocco
13. Rehema Seithy Chachage,  Tanzania
14. Loulou Cherinet,  Ethiopia
15. Kudzanai Chiurai, Zimbabwe
16. Bliss Codjo Ségnan,  Senegal
17. Rose Mara Rose Da Silva aka Silva,  Brazil
18. David Damoison,  Martinique
19. Emo Medeiros,  Benin
20. Ndidi Dike,  Nigeria
21. Godfried Donkor,  Ghana
22. Marianne Magdy Fahmy,  Egypt
23. Franck Fanny,  Ivory Coast
24. Mounir Fatmi,  Morocco
25. Angela Franklin Faye,  United States
26. Meschac Gaba,  Benin
27. Pélagie Gbaguidi,  Benin
28. Frances Goodman,  South Africa
29. Mohssin Harraki,  Morocco
30. Januario José Jano Aka, Angola
31. Katia Kameli,  France
32. Admire Kamudzengerere,  Zimbabwe
33. Jackie Karuti,  Kenya
34. Ibrahima Kébé,  Senegal
35. Sonia Kessi,  Algeria
36. Ermias Kifleyesus,  Ethiopia
37. Mehdi-Georges Lahlou,  Morocco
38. Moshekwa Langa,  South Africa
39. Glenda Leon,  Cuba
40. Chahrazède Lhadj Mohand,  Belgium
41. Marcos Lora-Read,
42. Guy Bertrand Wouete Lotchouang aka Guy Wouete,  Cameroon
43. Amita Makan,  South Africa
44. Randa Maroufi,  Morocco
45. Nathalie Mba Bikoro  Gabon
46. Ledelle Moe,  South Africa
47. Pascale Monnin,  Haiti
48. Magdy Elsayed Mohamed Mostafa,  Egypt
49. Paul Alden Mvoutoukoulou aka M’vout,  Republic of Congo
50. Hassan Musa,  Sudan
51. Mohamed Ziad Naitaddi,  Morocco
52. Cheikh Ndiaye,  Senegal
53. Yvon Léolein Ngassam Tchatchoua,  Cameroon
54. Christian Nyampeta,  Rwanda
55. Tejuoso Olanrewaju aka Olan,  Nigeria
56. Paul Onditi,  Kenya
57. Younes Rahmoun,  Morocco
58. Rina Ralay Ranaivo,  Madagascar
59. Oneika Russell,  Jamaica
60. Alioune Badara Sarr,  Senegal
61. Mary Sibande,  South Africa
62. Amadou Kane Sy,  Senegal
63. Emmanuel Tegene,  Ethiopia
64. TNANI Ali,  Tunisia
65. Géraldine Tobe, Democratic Republic of Congo
66. Andrew Tshabangu,  South Africa
67. Emeka Udemba,  Nigeria
68. Kara Walker,  United States
69. Arlene Wandera,  Kenya
70. Watts Ouattara,  Ivory Coast
71. James Webb,  South Africa
72 . Dana Whabira,  Zimbabwe
73. Patrick aka Joel Yonkeu Omraam Tatcheda,  Cameroon
74. Zaudito Yosef,  Ethiopia
75. Amina Zoubir,  Algeria

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Alongside Simon Njami, who returns as the artistic director , the Dak’Art has invited five guest curators.