Many artists regret the owls of the art world. One says: "Contemporary African art has been around since the 1960s. The existence of an African artist is a form of ghettoisation I can not stand, I am an artist and I am an African." But Victoria Mann, AKAA Director, states: "Our first task is to separate and revoke geographical areas. Our selection criteria, not nationality or place of work and life, is a criterion for joining Africa. to redraw the map of contemporary art, put into the middle of Africa and this center to see all the axes, all eyes, all the passages, south-south and north-south that are created. "
© Alun Be / AKAA