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Ruth Gallery – Galerie d’art

 Every moment in life has a story.

A Journey to the Heart of Central Africa.

It is well known that the younger generation must listen to the words of those who lived before us and who pass on knowledge, but it is also essential to listen to what the younger generations have to say. The gallery owner Lova Ruth Cohen-Sizyandji has understood this well by proposing, from 16 April to 12 June in the Casino 2000 gallery, paintings carried by the maturity, the youth, but also the wounds of each of their creators.

Each moment in life has its own story.

The Cameroonian artist Emile Youmbi is one of those experienced artists whose maturity is reflected in works of great quality.

The signature paintings of the Nigerian artist UNO (Uyi Nosa-Odia) will also be on display.  This Nigerian artist, who now lives in Luxembourg, expresses himself in a powerful and promising art.

Next, we will be heading for the Congo with the artist Alexandre Elenga. Having arrived in France at the age of 7, this very young artist was strongly influenced by the expression “coloured man” which was thrown at him on the school benches and conveys a message of equality and tolerance in his brightly coloured paintings. His collaboration with numerous clothing brands makes him a committed artist to follow.

The return of Emmanuel Aziseh.

After exhibitions in Brussels, Hamburg and The Hague, Cameroonian artist Emmanuel Aziseh is back with colourful works, full of childlike freshness, to celebrate future generations on the theme “The children around us”.

Free entrance, enjoy!

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Access restricted to individuals over the legal age. Proof of identity must be shown.

16.04.2022–12.06.2022 |

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 Every moment in life has a story.

A Journey to the Heart of Central Africa.

It is well known that the younger generation must listen to the words of those who lived before us and who pass on knowledge, but it is also essential to listen to what the younger generations have to say. The gallery owner Lova Ruth Cohen-Sizyandji has understood this well by proposing, from 16 April to 12 June in the Casino 2000 gallery, paintings carried by the maturity, the youth, but also the wounds of each of their creators.

Each moment in life has its own story.

The Cameroonian artist Emile Youmbi is one of those experienced artists whose maturity is reflected in works of great quality.

The signature paintings of the Nigerian artist UNO (Uyi Nosa-Odia) will also be on display.  This Nigerian artist, who now lives in Luxembourg, expresses himself in a powerful and promising art.

Next, we will be heading for the Congo with the artist Alexandre Elenga. Having arrived in France at the age of 7, this very young artist was strongly influenced by the expression “coloured man” which was thrown at him on the school benches and conveys a message of equality and tolerance in his brightly coloured paintings. His collaboration with numerous clothing brands makes him a committed artist to follow.

The return of Emmanuel Aziseh.

After exhibitions in Brussels, Hamburg and The Hague, Cameroonian artist Emmanuel Aziseh is back with colourful works, full of childlike freshness, to celebrate future generations on the theme “The children around us”.

Free entrance, enjoy!

***

All our news is on our social networks: : Facebook, Instagram and Youtube.

Access restricted to individuals over the legal age. Proof of identity must be shown.

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