Galerie Agama - Toulouse
The Agama gallery was created in 2011 on the initiative of Guénaël Fassier, a former doctoral student in anthropology, specialist and tribal art dealer. An associative gallery intended to promote tribal arts and contemporary arts, by providing bridges between the two worlds, the gallery lives according to the temporary exhibitions presented there. She thus changes her face like a chameleon, or “Agama” in the Mina language (Togo). (see Exhibitions).
Guénaël Fassier offers you several special exhibitions through a collaboration with the AF gallery in Lomé. It presents their latest acquisitions in tribal art as well as their discoveries in contemporary art.