IncarNations is at once a mix and exchange between classical and contemporary art from Africa and its diasporas, looking at African art as a living philosophical practice.
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|Author||Sindika Dokolo, Kendell Geers|
|Publisher||SIlvana / BOZAR|
|Number of pages||128|
|Dimensions||270 x 200|
|Technique(s)||100 col. illustrations|
Exhibition Catalogue IncarNations: African Art as Philosophy, presented at BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium (28 june - 6 october 2019).
IncarNations is an exhibition created by the South African artist Kendell Geers in dialogue with the Congolese collector Sindika Dokolo. A initiative that reflects the diversity of the African artistic heritage, from an Afrocentric point of view and including the itineraries of slaves, colonialism and independence movements.
The masks, images and historic objects act as milestones, anchoring contemporary works in the ancient context of live creation. Taken from Sindika Dokolo's collection, the works of African artists enter into dialogue with those of the diaspora while contemporary works are presented alongside classical works.
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