Venice Biennale 2017

Installation View: Pavilions of Zimbabwe, Nigeria & Côte d’Ivoire

Get a first impressions of the Venice Biennale 2017

Kagnedjatou Joachim Silué 'ALT!! Same Causes, Same Effets' 2017, image: © Contemporary And

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Here are some installation views of the art work we spotted during the opening week at 57th Venice Biennae.

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ZIMBABWE PAVILION

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Dana Whabira, ‘Black Sunlight’ 2017, neon video with sound, image © Contemporary And

Admire Kumudzengerere, ‘Being Here’ (2016/2017), Monotype on sticky notes, image © Contemporary And

Admire Kamudzengerere, Registrar, 2017, Image  © Contemporary And

Admire Kumuzengerere, ‘Kushaya Pekutarisa’, ‘Dova Kumesu Kwangu’, ‘Guruva Kumesu’ 2017, monotype and silkscreen on paper, image © Contemporary And

Performance by Admire Kamudzengerere and Rachel Monosov. Image © Contemporary And

Sylvester Mubayi ‘Snails Crossing River (2017), Installation, Spring Stone, image © Contemporary And

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NIGERIA PAVILION

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Victor Ehikhamenor, A Biography of the Forgotten, image © Contemporary And

Qudus Onikeku, Right Here, Right Now, image © Contemporary And

Peju Alatise ‘Flying Girls’, image: @ Contemporary And

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Ivory Coast

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Jems Robert Koko Bi ‘Racine’ 2016, image: © Contemporary And

Ouattara Watts , image: © Contemporary And

Kagnedjatou Joachim Silué ‘challange’ 2017, image: © Contemporary And

 

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