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The contemporary art and design fair focused on Africa and afro descendants, AKAA - Also Known As Africa, returns for its eighth edition from 20 to 22 October 2023, at the Carreau du Temple in Paris, France. 37 international galleries, with a selection of 117 artists, will meet under the glass roof of the Carreau du Temple in the heart of Paris.

After a successful seventh edition with new dates, AKAA, the leading fair in France dedicated to artistic scenes from Africa and its diasporas, and one of  the  not-to-be-missed  events  during  the  Paris  Art  Week of the fall, returns for its eighth edition to the Carreau du Temple, October 19 – 22, 2023.

AKAA is delighted to announce the participation of numerous international galleries with the return of exhibitors such as Galerie Anne de Villepoix, France, This is Not a White Cube, Angola/Portugal, Backslash, France, Kalashnikovv Gallery, South Africa and Nomad Gallery, Belgium. We are also glad to announce the participation of a number of new galleries: MCC Gallery, Morocco, Primo Marella Gallery, Italy, Afronova, South Africa, Band of Vices, USA, Yosr Ben Ammar Gallery, Tunisia, Brulhart Gallery, Switzerland, O’DA Art Gallery, Nigeria, to name a few.

To complement increasingly rich and innovative exhibition projects, AKAA has created Les Rencontres, a fully-fledged cultural platform within the fair where artists, curators, thinkers, art professionals and visitors are invited to express themselves and debate on issues relating to current artistic events and the art market in Africa and beyond.

This year AKAA highlights curatorial practice in the context of a fair and its market. Led by Artistic Director, Armelle Dakouo, a number of invitations have been extended to curators and artists for projects, installations and written contributions that question the role played by curatorial practice in the exhibition of the African and African American art scenes, while also analyzing its impact on the writing of art history. As AKAA prepares to announce an international expansion, we look forward to welcoming you to our next edition at the Carreau du Temple, which will once again celebrate the contemporary art scenes of Africa and its diaspora, October 19-22, 2023.

Victoria Mann, Director of AKAA  

31 PROJECT, Paris, France

31 project is dedicated to the promotion of African contemporary art scenes through  multidisciplinary  exhibitions  of  artists  from  the  continent  and the diaspora. 31 PROJECT is a dynamic actor in the emerging market and networks that are shifting the map of international contemporary art. 31 PROJECT is an entity designed on a flexible model, to react as closely as possible to current events: a vision that is deployed intermittently through a series of exhibitions in our gallery in Paris and in fairs, in France and abroad.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Epheas Maposa, Georgina Maxim, Aviwe Plaatjie

193 GALLERY, Paris, France

193 Gallery was founded in 2018 and is located on 24 & 21 rue Béranger in Paris. Their artistic selection and strong scenographic proposals offer an opportunity to discover both color and material, as well as the diversity and legitimacy of the world’s art scenes. With a strong commitment to promote creation and experimentation, 193 gallery runs a residency program with an international profile (around fifteen fairs a year, as well as opening new spaces and special projects).

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: April Bey

Joël Andrianomearisoa © Primo Marella Gallery


Africa First is established by Serge Tiroche in 2017 to support and promote contemporary art from the continent. As an active collector for over a decade, he has decided to focus his personal acquisitions and residency programs on emerging artists from Africa and its diaspora. Therefore, Africa First actively supports the artists in his collection. For AKAA, he collaborates with LyS Contemporary Art, a contemporary art platform that provides a wide range of exhibition opportunities for emerging artists. This platform aims to foster a close relationship between art lovers, artists and artworks. LyS Contemporary Art’s core values are reflected in its “coups de cœur” approach, as they are pursuing cultural change and monitoring the development of society through contemporary art in all its forms.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Kidan-Abekyelesh Belay, Mpho Feni, Kutlo Mabua, Tafadzwa Masudi, Sizwe Sama

AFRICAN ARTY, Casablanca, Morocco

African Arty is an art gallery and artist residency dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora with a specific focus on young talent. African Arty offers customized guidance to artists in their careers, in order to promote their work and generate opportunities. With a strong international established network, African Arty works in partnership with galleries, institutions and curators to connect the different cultural actors and discover the talents the gallery represents.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Rahma Lhoussig


AFRONOVA GALLERY, Johannesburg, South Africa

AFRONOVA GALLERY is a gallery based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Owned and directed by Émilie Demon since 2020, the gallery focuses on discovering, developing, and gaining  international recognition  for a  new generation of progressive artists from the vibrant art scene in South Africa. AFRONOVA GALLERY is particulary known for its artists in the realms of photography.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Sibusiso Bheka, Alice Mann, Dimakatso Mathopa

AKKA PROJECT, Venice, Italy / Dubaï, UAE

AKKA Project is a commercial gallery and project space that represents and supports artists principally from the African continent and its diaspora. The gallery aims to develop opportunities for its artists by presenting their work in a range of new geographical regions.

With its two galleries in Dubai and Venice, AKKA Project offers a new dynamic to the art world. The gallery is fully devoted to exploring the African art scene and its kaleidoscopic diversity. At AKKA Project, emerging artists are provided with opportunities to share their work internationally and start conversations that transcend cultural barriers.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Filipe Branquinho, Pamela Enyonu, Alexandre Kyungu,

Soly Cissé © Galerie Marion Chauvy

ARTCO GALLERY, Aachen Berlin, Germany / Bruxelles, Belgique

Founded in 2003 by Jutta and Joachim Melchers, ARTCO represents local and international artists with a particular interest in painting and photography. ARTCO showcases both established and emerging artists of African roots.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Saïdou Dicko, Justin Dingwall, Cecilia Lamptey-Botchway, Thomias Ludovic Radin

BACKSLASH, Paris, France

Established in 2010, in the Haut Marais district of Paris, between Arts & Métiers and République, the gallery presents an international and diverse program. The large exhibition space mirrors the gallery’s strong commitment to artists, as it enables numerous exhibitions, that are both solo and group shows. The gallery supports international and established artists, young artists  in  all  aspects  of their careers, and aims to work with them on larger-scale projects. The gallery regularly participates in art fairs in France and abroad, publishes monographic catalogs, supports off-site exhibitions and promotes the recognition of its artists by institutions.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Fahamu Pecou, Duncan Wylie


Founded in 2015, Band of Vices is an art and culture company committed to providing a platform to often overlooked creative communities and a narrative through ever-evolving initiatives, including a highly curated exhibition program, culturally relevant strategic partnerships, mission-driven community programming, and more.

Headquartered in the burgeoning West Adams Arts District of Los Angeles, Band of Vices believes in disrupting the limited business model for artists and creatives. Band of Vices is committed to providing a platform for those historically undervalued, overlooked or cast aside.

Band of Vices embraces uniqueness, diversity, and inclusion.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Victoria Cassinova, Tommy Mitchell

Slimen Elkamel © Yosr Ben Ammar Gallery

BY LARA SEDBON, Paris, France

Founded in 2019, By Lara Sedbon promotes contemporary artists who are known for their remarkable technique, their profound relationship to their practice and their way of rethinking the creative process. The gallery’s approach focuses on a link between the contemporary aspects of their art and a certain form of classicism.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Aurélie Bauer, Rebecca Brodskis, Lélia Demoisy

EBONY/CURATED, Franschhoek, Cape Town, South Africa

Founded in 2007, EBONY/CURATED is a leading South African gallery based in Cape Town and Franschhoek. The gallery has established a strong reputation for discovering promising talent from the continent and the African diaspora. Their program includes three spaces showcasing outstanding contemporary and modern artworks. EBONY/CURATED regularly participates in local and international art fairs, and the gallery’s artists are part of renowned public and private collections.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Hugh Byrne, Haneem Christian, Ian Garrett, Zemba Luzamba

April Bey © 193 Gallery


Opened in October 2016, Fisheye Gallery is located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, within a few minute walk  from  the  Canal  Saint-Martin,  in  a  space that is exclusively dedicated to contemporary  photography.  With  a  second 200 m² space in Arles, the gallery is proud to represent artists with diverse artistic practices. As a young gallery, Fisheye Gallery aims to distinguish itself by offering an emerging international program.

It takes on its role as a scout for new photographic styles at major European fairs, working with public institutions and those active in the field of photography. The gallery is directed by Benoît Baume, co-founder of the Fisheye group, whose magazine of the same name is dedicated to photography news and the role of this art form in our society from an economic, cultural and sociological point of view. Since July 2021, the gallery has been managed by Salomé d’Ornano.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Delphine Diallo


Initially based in the Ivory Coast, Galerie 110 Véronique Rieffel moved to the heart of the Paris art scene. Dedicated to representing the creative richness of Africa’s confines, the gallery works closely with emerging and established artists, in order to share and represent the aesthetic movements they represent.

Galerie 110 Véronique Rieffel is driven to promote the artists that she has followed for years, through a demanding, ethically driven approach, while maintaining a strong link with the African continent.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Sanae Arraqas


Galerie Anne de Villepoix is pluridisciplinary, and supports a diverse range of contemporary art in all media: installation, painting, film, sculpture, graphic research, and ceramics… With a few exceptions, the gallery mainly presents solo exhibitions. Since May 2018, the gallery has relocated to a new space in the 11th arrondissement of Paris (18 rue du Moulin Joly). The gallery participates in numerous international art fairs.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Atsoupé, Yassine Balbzioui, Bouvy Enkobo, Franck Lundangi



Initially nomadic,  Galerie  Camille  Pouyfaucon  opened  its  doors  permanently in October 2022, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. The gallery highlights a younger generation focusing on emerging French and international artists. The gallery aims to increase the visibility for new talent in the art market, while also connecting with a community of young collectors seeking the artists who will define tomorrow’s market.

Through its permanent space, pop-ups abroad and participation in fairs, the gallery explores this market of emerging French and foreign artists, who are rarely represented in France.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: David Mbuyi


The gallery was founded in 1997 in Paris. In 2016, Alexandre Vial was named as the new gallery associate. His family origins being rooted in Africa, helped to focus the presentation of contemporary African artists in the gallery, such as Soly Cissé, Wole Lagunju, Victor Olaoyé, Samuel Nnorom, Tonia Nneji and Ibrahim Ballo. The gallery collaborates with institutions for loans or residencies,

i.e. with the Institut Français, the Cité Internationale des Arts, the CAC Passerelle in Brest, the Centre Montevidéo in Marseille and the Fondation Pernod-Ricard. The gallery focuses  on  innovative  approaches  by  artists  who  are  conscious of international issues and contexts, encouraging cross-generational and interdisciplinary confrontations in this new cultural geography.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Soly Cissé


Galerie Vallois Art Moderne et Contemporain was founded by Robert Vallois in 1983. Initially devoted to contemporary sculpture, the gallery gradually opened up to other media and currently represents painters, photographers and sculptors. Since 2012, Galerie Vallois has been promoting the younger generation of African visual artists, mainly from Benin but also from Cuba. In 2013, the gallery supported the construction of the Centre Arts et Cultures in Abomey-Calavi, an all-inclusive space devoted to contemporary creation, to support and promote this young generation of Beninese artists.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Youss Atacora, Charly d’Almeida, Épaphras Dègnon Toïhen, Benjamin Déguénon, Nathanaël Vodouhè, Dominique Zinkpé

Amine El Gotaibi © MCC Gallery

GALERIE VOSS X REINERS CONTEMPORARY ART, Düsseldorf, Germany / Málaga, Spain

Galerie Voss is primarily focused on contemporary art. With its location near the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, the gallery is close to the famous gallery district. In addition to a constant rotation of exhibitions since 1997, the gallery participates in art fairs throughout Europe, such as Art Cologne, Art Brussels, Art Rotterdam and Contemporary Instanbul. Collaborations with other institutions are an essential aspect of the gallery’s approach. Voss publishes catalogs on the gallery’s artists. From the outset, the gallery’s program has focused on innovative mid-career artistic proposals, as well as established artists, and has created a dialogue between different generations of artists from diverse cultural backgrounds and working with all media. Although the form and focus of these artists’ work varies considerably, their practices align in a number of key elements: an engagement with broad and fundamental themes that culture has historically addressed, an interest in aesthetics and a willingness to engage with the poetic as well as the critical and political.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Kika Carvalho, Éder Oliveira, Idowu Oluwaseun, Fransix Tenda Lomba

GALLERY BRULHART, Geneva,  Switzerland

GALLERY BRULHART is dedicated to promoting contemporary African art by female artists. The gallery thus takes a distinctly feminist approach, through solo and group exhibitions dedicated exclusively to African and Afro-diasporic female artists. The gallery promotes contemporary African art as a valuable and creative form of artistic expression that challenges us on complex issues linked to politics, history, identity and the environment from the enlightened and critical point of view of African women. The gallery welcomes the rich diversity of artistic practices by African women, and believes that contemporary art is an excellent tool for cross-cultural communication and a catalyst for decolonization and the fight against racism.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Theresah Ankomah, Sheila Nakitende


Founded in 2019, Gallery Soview is a contemporary art gallery located in Accra. It organizes exhibitions  and events that  connect the public  to the wonderful world of art. This space is dedicated to young African artists and their work, and supports them in developing their careers on the continent and internationally. The gallery presents unique painters, sculptors and artisans who are open to the world. Gallery Soview’s ambition is to foster greater artistic interaction between French-speaking  and  English-speaking  West  Africa..

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Apollinaire Guidimbaye (DOFF)

Isaac Zavale © Kalashnikovv Gallery

KALASHNIKOVV GALLERY, Johannesburg, South Africa

Kalashnikovv Gallery was founded in 2013 in response to the traditional White Cube gallery system by envisioning an alternative operational model  for  the visual arts. It is administered and curated by two of Johannesburg’s  deep- rooted cultural instigators, MJ Turpin and Matthew Dean Dowdle who prioritize a collaborative exchange in working with the artists they partner with. Kalashnikovv Gallery currently represents a range of artists with emerging to established careers. The gallery and its staff work in conversation with these artists to build networks, exposure and foster personal growth through exhibitions, residencies, art fairs and institutional projects. The gallery is both a commercial art space as well as a project space for experimentation with an ethos of socio-political engagement  and  accessibility.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023:, Isaac Zavale


In 1995, Karim Francis Contemporary Art Gallery opened to fill the gap in Egypt’s contemporary art scene. Located in a pedestrian zone in downtown Cairo, the gallery is a unique venue for paintings and sculptures. The gallery continuously discovers, encourages, supports and promotes Egyptian  artists  of  the  past and present, including renowned Egyptian masters who represent important movements in the art world. The Karim Francis Contemporary Art Gallery also aims to showcase contemporary Egyptian artists in a variety of styles and mediums, presenting their work nationally, regionally and internationally.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Mustafa El Husseiny


KUB’ART GALLERY is a digital and physical gallery that highlights contemporary African creativity and exhibits the work of artists from Africa and its diaspora.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Eddie Budiongo, Rachel Malaika, Prisca Munkeni Furie

José Eduardo Agualusa © Perve Galeria

LIS10 GALLERY, Arezzo, Italy / Paris, France

In 2019, LIS10 Gallery was born out of the meeting and friendship between Alberto Chiavacci, an art collector with a passion for contemporary African art, and Nicola Furini, an experienced gallery owner specializing in modern and contemporary art.

In 2019, the company focused on exhibitions in public spaces and on a temporary exhibition space in Milan’s Via Ventura. The two years of the pandemic that followed did not stop the two gallerist’s commitment, as they increasingly devoted themselves to the search for African talent for the Italian public to discover with exhibitions organized both in Pietrasanta and in Milan.

In October 2022, the gallery opened a new venue in the center of Arezzo with an exhibition by Aboudia and Yeanzi (“In Transit”). In May 2023, the gallery opened in Paris with a solo show by Laetitia Ky.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Armand Boua, Yeanzi

LOO & LOU GALLERY, Paris, France

Dedicated to both young talent and established artists, Loo & Lou Gallery inaugurated its two spaces in June 2015. One in the Haut-Marais, on Rue Notre- Dame de Nazareth, the other near the Champs- Elysées, on Avenue George V. These venues enable the gallery to bring various artistic perspectives together, to offer distinct and occasionally experimental approaches, and to encourage dialogue between artists. Loo & Lou Gallery’s artistic direction is open to all disciplines and inspired by a variety of sources. Its program finds consistency in a selection of artists who are often driven by the exploration of the living, the body and portrait, and inspired by the theme of nature. In 2018, a new feature of the program: the “Cartes Blanches”, invited independent curators, affirming the gallery’s aim to engage in dialogue with the outside world and discover new approaches and artists.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Andrew Ntshabele

Abongile Sidzumo © Africa First

MCC GALLERY, Marrakech, Morocco

The MCC Gallery participates in the creative renewal of contemporary art in Morocco and Marrakech in particular, in the industrial district of Sidi Ghanem. In this space of 600 m2 which she baptized MCC GALLERY for “Marrakech Contemporary Collection”, Fatima-Zohra Bennani Bennis gives substance to the ambition of the artists she accompanies through large format projects and evolving exhibitions, integrating stages of reflection and meetings with the public. “VISIT” by Amine EL GOTAIBI inaugurates the space in 2021, then in 2022 “CHARADES” by Yassine BALBZIOUI curated by Simon NJAMI is once again part of a long-term creative process. This choice, which goes against the current postulate of Moroccan galleries, aims to develop contemporary art in Morocco with an international level of requirement, to make the artists of the continent exist with ever more intensity.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Amine El Gotaibi

MOVART, Luanda, Angola / Lisbon, Portugal

MOVART gallery, the first commercial gallery in Angola,  opened  its  doors  in early 2017 on the Marginal of Luanda and in 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal. Since its beginning,  the  gallery  created  by  Founder  Janire  Bilbao,  has  participated in high-profile art fairs in Madrid,  Paris,  London,  NYC,  Miami,  Johannesburg and Cape Town, to name a few, and has organised multiple exhibitions with guest curators and dozens of pop-up shows and events all over the world. Now, MOVART Luanda is mainly focused on artistic residency projects and talent discovery while MOVART Lisboa is dedicated to promoting projects that allow new names to be presented and support the internationalisation of the gallery’s artists and program.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Fidel Évora, Keyezua, Mário Macilau, Kwame Sousa

NOMAD GALLERY, Brussels, Belgium

NOMAD GALLERY exhibits and represents international emerging and established artists, focusing on Africa and its Diaspora. The gallery successfully introduced work to private, corporate and museum collections.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Kay Hassan, Troy Makaza, Aimé Mpane

David Mbuyi © Galerie Camille Pouyfaucon

O’DA ART GALLERY, Lagos, Nigeria

O’DA is a contemporary art gallery based in Lagos, Nigeria. Established in 2021, the gallery specializes in the work of Contemporary Art & Design from across the African continent and its diaspora. Bridging the gap between local and international audiences, the gallery is committed to championing mid-career and established artists, whilst celebrating multi-faceted designers who explore a wide range of themes such as; identity, technology, political commentary, social consciousness and environmental change. With “Serenity” at the epicenter of O’DA ART GALLERY vision, the gallery strives to showcase engaging exhibitions by fusing art and interior design to create an immersive environment for our audiences.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Soji Adesina, Taiye Idahor, Obinna Makata

OPENARTEXCHANGE, Schiedam, The Netherlands

OpenArtExchange is a young and fast growing, independent international art gallery, founded in 2018, with a 600 m2 art space in the museum quarters of Schiedam (Rotterdam-region). It aims to be a platform where non-Western, professional artists could exhibit high quality, contemporary art along with their western peers, all bulding onto healthy international careers. We promote and sell artists, with an important focus on African contemporary art, via a range of events (gallery, art fairs, festivals, and/or auctions), as well as online channels (website, social media and 3rd party art platforms).

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Sanda Amadou, Serge Diama

Prisca Munkeni Furie © Kub’Art Gallery

PERVE GALERIA, Lisbon, Portugal

Located in the historic center of Lisbon, Perve Galeria exhibits modern and contemporary art since 2000. The gallery develops and promotes locally and internationally artistic, cultural and technological projects. It aims at showcasing artists coming from Portuguese speaking countries. The gallery history includes exhibitions at art fairs and the organization of national and international artistic initiatives, with emphasis on curatorial projects.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: José Eduardo Agualusa, Teresa Roza d’Oliveira, Valter Hugo Mãe, Reinata Sadimba, Ernesto Shikhani

PRIMO MARELLA GALLERY, Milan, Italy / Lugano, Switzerland

Founded in 1992, the Primo Marella Gallery has been committed to promoting and documenting emerging artists and movements from different territories. Beginning with China in the late 90s, the gallery’s program has focused on various emerging regions, from Asia to Africa, always with the precise aim of being a pioneer in the analysis of these complex and constantly evolving art scenes and attracting the attention of museums, institutions and collectors.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Joël Andrianomearisoa, Hako Hankson, Abdoulaye Konaté, Tegene Kunbi


Based in Paris, Revie Projects is a multi-faceted platform dedicated to the promotion and support of emerging and established French and international art, through artistic support, the organisation of exhibitions, participation in art fairs and the coordination of professional meetings between artists and all other art professionals in the contemporary art market. It is mainly active in Paris, the rest of France and abroad.

The Galerie LOFT, founded over 35 years ago in the heart of Saint-Germain- des-Prés, is an innovative gallery that reflects the soul of its founder, Jean- François Roudillon, a passionate lover of art in all its forms and a true promoter of contemporary art from all horizons. Far from building a traditional exhibition space, he prefers to initiate a fresh look on art, supporting his artists over the years in their own evolution and introducing new forms of art within his walls.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Margaux Derhy, Amine Habki, Kévin Ademola Sangosanya, Yazid Oulad

Cassio Markowski © THIS IS NOT A WHITE CUBE

SO ART GALLERY, Casablanca, Morocco

SO ART Gallery was founded in 2012 by Ghizlaine Guessous and is a leading gallery in Morocco. The gallery represents recognized artists from the contemporary scene, both local and international, with a particular interest in painting and photography. The gallery is also a stepping stone for young artists and new talents, distinguished by their style and approach.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Ebenezer Akinola, Ghany Belmaachi, Ange Dakouo, Ahmed Hajoubi

TALMART, Paris, France

TALMART was founded in 2007, and represented an international art scene for seven years, primarily from North Africa and the Middle East. From 2014 to 2021, the gallery was temporarily closed, while director Marc Monsallier was working for the Institut Français in Tunisia and Senegal. He reopened his gallery in 2022, and now also includes partnerships with cultural institutions. TALMART’s mission is still to promote the international art scene, particularly from North Africa and the Middle East.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Adama Sylla

THIS IS NOT A WHITE CUBE, Luanda, Angola / Lisbon, Portugal

THIS IS NOT A WHITE CUBE is an international contemporary art gallery with exhibition spaces in Luanda (Angola) and Lisbon (Portugal). Representing and collaborating with international established and emergent artists, the gallery’s program focuses on relevant and powerful narratives and discussions associated with the African continent and its diaspora. Despite the profound connection with Africa, it is the first contemporary African gallery in Portugal that focuses not exclusively on Lusophone circles, but also the emerging aesthetics of cultural and artistic productions from the Global South. The gallery maintains a regular and significant presence in important international art fairs.

Artist presented at AKAA 2023: Cassio Markowski

© Xavier Randria


Initially founded in 2005 under the name “Kanvas Art Gallery” in Gammarth, Yosr Ben Ammar Gallery is a space dedicated to modern and contemporary art. It has exhibited many renowned artists, as well as contributed to the emergence of a new generation of Tunisian artists.

Since 2015, the gallery has been a pioneer in showing an interest in and dedication to Street Art as a form of expression not only to be exhibited in the street but within the gallery walls as well. By introducing it into an exhibition space, the gallery has encouraged the popularization of urban art among the public. Thanks to its progressive and experimental approach, Yosr Ben Ammar Gallery has established an avant-garde and dedicated reputation.

Artists presented at AKAA 2023: Abdessalem Ayed, Slimen Elkamel, Nabil Souabi

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