Zimbabwean Sculpture / First Generation : June 24 – June 30
Until July 24
No Man’s Land – Evans Mbugua, David Thuku, Onyis Martin and Lemek Sompoika
Contemporary African Art Gallery in Paris
Directed by Olivier Sultan, Galerie Art-Z has been working for twenty years to promote contemporary African artists. With the creation in 2002 of the “Musée des arts derniers”, and the regular organization of exhibitions and auctions, Art-Z has contributed to the emergence of several major players in this new contemporary art scene (eg Soly Cisse, Bruce Clarke, Evans Mbugua or King Massassy).
Located in the heart of Paris in the Bastille district, Art-Z is a place for artistic exchanges and exhibitions on contemporary Africa. The upcoming opening of a gallery dedicated to African photography in Arles, will contribute to offer even more visibility to these original and indisputable talents.
Exhibition of small formats of Gallery Art-Z artists. Many media exhibited ; sculpture, drawings, photographs and some paintings. Discover also many art books.
Saturday, december 12 in the afternoon : Signature of two art books recently published.
ArleS in Paris
As part of the Parcours Arles in Paris, initiated by the Art-Z Gallery, we present twelve photographers who, far from pretending to reveal an “authentic” Africa, offer us an inventory of their Africa, a sum of glances crossed with a instant. Here, there is no exoticism, no voyeurism, but only photographic vignettes never untouched by influences, both Western and African.
JUNE 18-AUGUST 20, 2020
credit: BRUCE CLARKE
May 13 mai – June 13 2020
THE ART-Z GALLERY, THE GALLERY OF PHOTOGRAPHERS AND AND B’ZZ INVITE YOU TO AN EXHIBITION MIXING ART AND BOXING.
Already presented at 104 and then in the legendary room of Boxing Beats d’Aubervilliers under the name of “Rumble in the Jungle”, (the exhibition continues to travel and enrich itself by moving today to Galerie Art Z and at the Photographers Gallery.
LES AFRIQUES AutREMENT
20 Years / 20 Artists
Works of Joe Big Big, Christophe, Soly Cissé, Mamado Cissé, Bruce Clarke, Saidou Dicko, Ndoyedouts, Rash Id Jogee, Siriki Ky, Christian Lajoumard, King Massassy, Evans Mbugua, Robert Nzaou, Hyacinthe Ouattara, Nyaba Leon Ouédraogo, Christophe Sawadogo, Olivier Sultan, Tchif, Malick Sidibé, Lazarus Takawira, Martial Verdier, Francklin Mbungu Wabonga
EXTENDED UNTIL JANUARY 14, 2020
credit: CATHERINE OLIVIER
African Women in the Arts
Works of Olga Yaméogo, Alice Eyidi, Portia Zvavahera, Catherine Olivier, Yveline Tropéa et l’Association des femmes photographes du Zimbabwe Angela Jimu, Annie Mpalume, Davina Jogi, Kresiah Mukwazhi, Lucy Broderick, Diane Victor et Nontsikelelo Veleko.
Coming Soon ! January 23, 2020
ART-Z à Arles
In spring 2020, the Art-Z Gallery will be opening a space in Arles dedicated to contemporary African photographers.
More information to be announced soon….