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WE SEE US Art Exhibition: "We See Us" – A Celebration of Perception and Self-Reflection


Art, in its myriad forms, has always been a mirror to society, reflecting the depths of human experience. It is with great excitement that we announce the Vernissage Art Exhibition titled "We See Us," a vibrant showcase that delves into the realms of perception and self-reflection. Set in the heart of Hamburg at Jupiter, Mönckebergstraße 2-4 - Second Floor, this exhibition is not just an event but a journey into the soul of Contemporary African artistry.

A Tapestry of Contemporary African Art

"We See Us" is more than just an exhibition; it's a celebration. It brings together an eclectic mix of artworks by African artists, each piece telling its own unique story. This exhibition is a testament to the diversity and richness of Contemporary African art, encompassing a range of styles from mesmerizing paintings to thought-provoking sculptures. Each artwork serves as a window into the beauty and complexity of human experiences as seen through the eyes of artists who have lived and breathed the culture.

An Immersive Experience

As you step into the world of "We See Us," prepare to be transported into a realm where art transcends the boundaries of mere visual appeal. The exhibition is designed to be an immersive experience, engaging not just the eyes but the soul. Each piece of art is carefully curated to evoke emotions, provoke thoughts, and encourage a deeper understanding of the shared human experience.

Connect and Discover

This in-person event is a rare opportunity to connect with fellow art enthusiasts, artists, and critics. It's a platform where conversations flow freely, and perspectives are shared and broadened. Whether you're an established connoisseur or a budding art enthusiast, "We See Us" offers a space to engage with art on a personal level.

For the Love of Art

In a world where digital screens often dominate our experiences, "We See Us" offers a refreshing return to tactile, tangible art. It reminds us of the power of physical presence, both in terms of the art we view and the connections we forge. This exhibition is not just about viewing art; it's about experiencing it in a space that honors the creative process and the final product.

Don't Miss This Artistic Voyage

"We See Us" is more than an exhibition; it's a celebration of the human spirit as captured by some of the most talented contemporary African artists of our time. It's an invitation to explore, to feel, and to see us as we are, in all our complexity and beauty. Mark your calendars for this unforgettable event in Hamburg and prepare to embark on an artistic voyage that promises to captivate your senses and ignite your imagination.

Join us, and let's celebrate the power of art together. We can't wait to see you there! The exhibition continues till 6th of January 2024.

Artist Biographies: Luminaries of the "We See Us" Exhibition

Matthew Eguavon

Matthew Eguavon is an artist renowned for his dynamic use of color and texture, creating vivid portrayals of life in his native Nigeria. His work often reflects themes of cultural identity and personal history, merging traditional African art elements with contemporary techniques.

Sisqo Ndombe

Hailing from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sisqo Ndombe's art is a celebration of resilience and strength. His paintings, characterized by bold strokes and vibrant hues, capture the spirit and rhythm of Congolese life, offering insights into its rich heritage and complex social dynamics.

Tope Fatumbi

Tope Fatumbi, a Nigerian artist, is known for her captivating and thought-provoking sculptures. Her work delves into the realms of spirituality and ancestral wisdom, weaving stories that resonate with both the past and the present.

Bara Sketchbook

Bara Sketchbook, an artist from Senegal, stands out for his intricate pen-and-ink drawings. His work is a meticulous exploration of African folklore and tradition, encapsulating the essence of storytelling through his detailed and imaginative compositions.

Komla Philip Letsu

From Ghana, Komla Philip Letsu's paintings are a blend of realism and surrealism. His work often reflects the socio-economic realities of West African life, portrayed through a lens of dreamlike imagery that pushes the boundaries of conventional narrative.

Nedia Were

Kenyan artist Nedia Were is celebrated for her abstract paintings that evoke emotional landscapes. Her use of color and form creates a sense of movement and depth, inviting viewers to a contemplative journey through her artistic expression.

Onyis Martin

Onyis Martin from Kenya is recognized for his mixed-media work, combining painting, sculpture, and installation. His art critically examines contemporary societal issues, such as migration and urbanization, and their impact on individual and collective memory.

These artists, each with their unique voice and style, come together in the "We See Us" exhibition to offer a panoramic view of Contemporary African art today. Their collective work promises an enriching and enlightening experience, showcasing the depth and diversity of the African continent.


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