An international visual art exhibition / bringing the global to Tanzania curated by Gadi Ramadhani, Koko'TEN Studio, in collaboration with Emergent Art Space
On Tuesday, 11th September, 2018; 18h30-20h00
Run till 21st September, 2018
Alliance Française de Dar es Salaam | FREE ENTRY
OPEN DIALOGUE FORUM | Saturday 15th Sep, 2018; 16h00-18h00
The first “Last Image Show” Exhibition is a platform that aims to bring into one space art works that challenge the ways in which societal conventions constrain how artists express their individuality.
This year; 35 Artists, from 21 Countries have explore the theme of 'SILENCE' from different perspectives and in different contexts, using artistic mediums and creative expression. Where an attempt is made to refute individual expressions by means of unspoken rules, freedom of speech is affected. The exhibition offers a safe space for artists to bring their contribution and share their understanding of the theme of silence in their societies and communities, of being silenced and of breaking the silence, and to explore and articulate issues of local as well as global significance.
Gadi Ramadhani is a Tanzanian visual artist, curator and exhibition producers. His areas of interest include art as it intersects with social issues through multiple artistic disciplines. Gadi is the founder of Koko'TEN.
Koko'TEN is an independent curatorial hub dedicated to the research, development and presentation of contemporary art and culture in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. KokoTEN is a platform intended to fill the gap of critical conversation about art in the region, and to bridge local visual arts and artists with international production.
Emergent Art Space is an international art organisation based in San Francisco, California. Providing a platform for young artists around the world, Emergent Art Spaces encourages and promotes exchange, dialogue, and understanding, through art, across artistic traditions and cultural differences.
Kisarawe Road, Kibada. P.O.Box 14033,
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Tel: +255 786 072 399