Black and white photographs on the streets of Algeria, superimposed with devices. Algérie Retro-futur
is a retrospective look at the often tumultuous revolutions that occur in Algeria. The projects portrays the social, economic, and political changes seen from the streets. These photo manipulations are from the collaborations of two Algerian artists, Yaniss Ghanem
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Townhouse was established in downtown Cairo in 1998 as an independent, non-profit art space with a goal of making contemporary art and culture accessible to all without compromising creative practice. Townhouse supports artistic work in a wide range of media through exhibitions, residencies for artists, curators and writers, educational initiatives and outreach programs.
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May 2014 will see the launch of African Metropolis at cinemas in Johannesburg and Cape Town. The compilation of six short fiction films, set in six major African cities, tells urban tales about life in African metropolises. Screenings start on 9 May
at The Bioscope in Johannesburg
and on 30 May
Theatre in Cape Town
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is a 24 year old Algerian / Bulgarian creative. Meg's inspiration stems from a love for North African geometry and organic forms of mark making merged with the Urban landscape. Meryem Meg's work combines it all through her passion for print making, bespoke typography and a strategic use of vivid colour combinations.
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