For the reopening of the gallery after several months of artistic and cultural dearth, we propose to rediscover the work of the Togolese visual artist, Camille Tété Azankpo. A long-time friend, Azankpo is a seamstress of art: enamelled basins and recuperated advertising panels are cut up, decomposed and assembled in balanced and colorful creations.
The works produced are as much a testimony to the artist’s culture and heritage as a reflection on our globalization. Renowned artist on the international scene, his works have recently integrated the art palace of Lomé. His work leaves no one unmoved.
Camille’s work will come into dialogue with our latest acquisitions of primitive art (folk art, masks, ritual statues, archaeology) selected for their aesthetics and especially for their authenticity: an African palaver, an artistic meeting to discover!
Exhibition from June 12 to July 3, 2021, open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 7pm.
Agama Gallery, 8 rue Bouquières 31 000 Toulouse.