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June 14th – June 15th, 2019
MOVENPICK HOTEL, NAIROBI, KENYA
Exhibition “Read. Write. Create Africa” by Omar Victor Diop curated by Elaine Harris for the international seminar on Reading and Literacy organised by Kenya Publishers Association.

THE SERIES “7 GRACES” BY OMAR VICTOR DIOP IS ON THE COVER OF THE ANNUAL MAGAZINE
Trees, Journal Of International Tree Foundation
(Edition 75).

Originally commissioned for the international photography project « We Feed the World ». Omar created 7 portraits of Female Farmers from the Embu County, Kenya. By planting trees these women act on the environment of their country and the world. Discover the journal by clicking here !

May 3rd – May 5th, 2019
1-54, THE CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART FAIR NEW YORK
VINCENT MICHÉA
Industria 775 Washington St – NY – New York, NY 10014

Vincent Michéa, Les copines d’abord #3, 2018
Courtesy MAGNIN-A

May 3rd – May 5th, 2019
1-54, THE CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART FAIR NEW YORK
FABRICE MONTEIRO
Industria 775 Washington St – NY – New York, NY 10014

Fabrice Monteiro, Mr Banania, 2017
Courtesy MAGNIN-A

8th February -May 2020
HUMAN NATURE
National Museums of World Culture Gothenburg and Stockholm. An exhibition about our consumption and the future of the planet.

November, 8 – 11, 2018
PARIS PHOTO – GRAND PALAIS
Fabrice Monteiro
Gallery : In Camera

September 17th – December 31th, 2018
THE GAME OF STYLE By Omar Victor Diop
Value Retail Shanghai
88 East Shendi Road Pudong New Area
Shanghai

October, 4 – 7, 2018
OMAR VICTOR DIOP
1:54 Contempory African Art Fair
Somerset House
Booth E13, East Wing

September 12th – December 31th, 2018
THE GAME OF STYLE By Omar Victor Diop
Galerie La Vallée Village, Paris, France
A collection of emblematic fashion items that defined global style trends throughout in the last few decades, originally commissioned and featured by the MoMA

July 20th – November 3th, 2018
LIBERTY / DIASPORA
Autograph, London, England
Curated by Renée Mussai and Mark Sealy
In his first solo exhibition in the UK, Senegalese artist Omar Victor Diop recasts history and the global politics of black resistance