“There’s a strange kind of dance visitors to the Julie Mehretu show at London’s White Cube gallery take part in which is jolly fun to observe. At first they stand and take in the huge paintings, then move forward, faces inches from the canvases to examine the painstakingly layered detail, then back again, then forward ad … Continue Reading ››
In a recent interview on Project Inkblot, Ethiopian Zerihun Seyoum explains his artwork, life as a painter and inspiration.
I’m based in Addis Ababa, though my work could be based on any city. Though for me Addis is special because here you see the same traditional things happening that you would have seen 3000 … Continue Reading ››
Here is a peak at an extensive photo journal of daily living in the region of Tigray, Ethiopia. We only had a chance to select a few of the many gorgeous photographs by Francesco Catalano. Continue Reading ››
“When you have a dream, there are no boundaries, you have to do everything to achieve it.” Moroccan/Isreali designer Artsi Ifrach attended Ethiopian Fashion Week 2013 where he collaborated with Ethiopian designers to showcase 20 years of African trade and fashion. In collaboration with photographer Laila Hida, and inspired by the fabrics, prints, textures and … Continue Reading ››