Dakar OFF - "Precarious imaging" at Raw Material Company

Andrew Esiebo, Who Are We, 2012, lambda print, 50x70cm, edition of 5 + 2AP, courtesy Raw Material Company
Another exhibition not to be missed in Dakar OFF,  Precarious imaging: a photography exhibition presenting works by Kader Attia (France-Algerie), Jim Chuchu (Kenya), Andrew Esiebo (Nigeria), Amanda Kerdahi M. (Egypt), Zanele Muholi (South Africa).
The exhibition, that explores homosexuality in Africa (where in most countries is considered illegal), is curated by Ato Malinda and Koyo Kouoh. 
Precarious imagining is part of a year long programme that addresses Personal Liberties with an emphasis on homosexuality and the growing homophobia in African societies. 
Opened few days ago at Raw Material Company (Dakar, Senegal), it will be running until the 18th of June.
Kader Attia, stills from "Collages", 2011, 67min, courtesy Galerie Nagel Draxler and Raw Material Company with the support of Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

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Andrew Esiebo, Who Are We, 2012, lambda print, 50x70cm, edition of 5 + 2AP, courtesy Raw Material Company
Precarious imaging
Kader Attia, Jim Chuchu, Andrew Esiebo, Amanda Kerdahi M., Zanele Muholi 11 May 2014 - 18 June 2014 

Raw Material Company
center for art, knowledge and society
4074 bis Sicap Amitié 2
BP 22170
Dakar, SENEGAL
+221 33 864 0248

www.rawmaterialcompany.org

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