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Seifu on EBS : Interview with Mohamed Hasen part 1

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Seifu on EBS : Interview with Mohamed Hasen part 1

 

A few years ago one of the a lot of acclaimed Ethiopian artists, Lemma Guya drew portraits of African leaders who founded the again Organization of African Unity (OAU), now the African Union (AU). This pan-African exhibition can be interlinked to his a lot of contempo collection.

The latest accumulating focuses on Senegal’s political figures. The painter, accepted for his dupe skin-mounted portraits, drew Senegalese political abstracts such as Abdoulaye Wade – Admiral of Senegal from 2000 to 2012.

Portraits of Léopold Sédar Senghor, a Senegalese poet, politician, and cultural theorist, who was the aboriginal admiral of Senegal afterwards ability and backward in ability for two decades, and Abdou Diouf, the additional Admiral of Senegal, from 1981 to 2000, were aswell displayed in the latest exhibit.

Accompanying the accumulating apparent at Alliance Ethio-Française was a abatement acceptable music from Senegal. Two acceptable Senegalese musicians were assuming while Lemma explained his aesthetic pieces.

On Monday October 16, Alliance Ethio-Française hosted an art and music event, area Ethiopian and Senegalese artists collaborated.

Alongside Ethiopian artists such as Birtukan Dejene, Biru Worku, Aynalem Gebremariam, Seifu Abebe, Seyoum Ayalew and Ruth Admasu, Senegalese beheld artists Mariane Diakher Senghor, Arebenor Omar Yacinthe and others alternate in the showcase.

Seyoum Ayalew, Admiral of Ethiopian beheld artist’s association, showcased his works depicting chronicles of tej bet, a acceptable bar area locals alcohol akin honey wine is served. Ruth Admasu’s “Hair and Identity” appear the accustomed hair vanity. Whereas, Aynalem Gebremariam reflected the circadian activity of Ethiopian women.

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