Ouattara Watts à la Rotonde des Arts avec Get Ready

Du 19 novembre au 31 décembre 2018, l’artiste plasticien Ouattara Watts sera à l’honneur à La Rotonde des Arts avec l’exposition « Get Ready ».  Get Ready de Ouattara Watts  Une oeuvre retrospective Pendant que l’exposition rétrospective sur  Jean-Michel Basquiat se tient jusqu’au 14 janvier 2019, la Fondation Louis Vuitton à Paris, Ouattara Watts revient au pays natal. Une […]Read Post ›


Let’s discover Ernest Dükü, one of the most well-know ivorian artists around the world

Today is the day for broadcasting the exclusive interview of Ernest Dükü, well-know ivorian artists around the world. The video will be available on: www.originalfound.com   Let’s enjoy the interview and : please note that MasKArade @ ANANZE explorer his solo exhibition is available at LouiSimone Guirandou Gallery till May 12, 2018 if you want to […]Read Post ›

Did you know? : Let’s discover Ernest Dükü

From March 8 to May 12, 2018, Ernest Dükü, one of the most well known ivorian artists, will be attended at LouiSimone Guirandou Gallery for his first solo exhibition in Africa. For helping you to well discover the background of Ernest Dükü, we will share with you some articles. We have many things to tell you […]Read Post ›

Leslie Lumeh about No Border

I discovered the work of Leslie Lumeh during the Lumières d’Afriques Exhibition which took place from April 27 to June 6 of 2016 at the Donwahi Foundation in Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire). Born in 1970 in Dambala (Liberia), Leslie Lumeh is an autodidact artist well knowned for his figurative works. He already exposed in Liberia, Côte […]Read Post ›

Méné about No Border

Born in 1977 in Côte d’Ivoire and gratuate from Abidjan Fine Arts School, Mene was influenced by cave painting and choosed this medium as his preferred way of expression even though he uses different materials and substances for creating unique paintings. He already exposed in Côte d’Ivoire, France and Spain. Leading through the exhibition No […]Read Post ›

No Border, an exhibition that highlights the mobility issue

No Border is a collective exhibition which gathers Leslie Lumeh and Méné, respectively from Liberia and Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). This exhibition, which taken place from May 5 to July 1, 2017 at the LouiSimone Guirandou Gallery, was an opportunity to talk about the mobility issue in the no limit space as the world. No […]Read Post ›

‘Kings of the New Cities’ of Kassou Seydou explores the duality between rural and urban life as an necessary way of development for African countries

Born in 1971 at Ziiguinchor (Senegal), Seydou Kassou studied at Dakar Fine Arts School from 1998 to 2001. He currently lives and works at Dakar and he is the laureate of WAPI Competition 2009, the Fine Arts section of the British Council. He currently presents “Kings of the New Cities” at Cecile Fakhoury Gallery at […]Read Post ›