Regards : photographie camerounaise

Yaounde Photo Network (YPN), in collaboration with Biennale Internationale de Casablanca Project Space, is pleased to announce its first presentation of Cameroonian photography and video art from Africa and the Diaspora in Morocco.

Organised as a part of the 5th Biennale Internationale de Casablanca 2020 incubation programme, with events planned in Casablanca throughout 2019 and 2020, this showcase will bring together established and emerging practitioners working across photography, video and installation.

The projects will include Regards : photographie camerounaise, an exhibition featuring Cameroonian photographers Romuald Dikoumé, Blaise Djilo, Max Mbakop, Yvon Ngassam, Antoine Ngolkedo’o and Charlotte Yonga.

Additionally, after Yaounde, London and Tokyo, YPN will also host its video art programme in Morocco for the first time. Digital Africa – Casablanca will feature video works by: Hakeem Adam (Ghana), Driss Aroussi (Morocco/France), Wendimagegn Belete (Ethiopia/Norway), Paul Emmanuel (South Africa), Badr El Hammami (Morocco/France), Khireddine Khaldoun (Algeria), Mohammed Amine Al Makouti (Morocco), MahlÕt Sansosa (Brazil/Tanzania), Yvon Ngassam (Cameroon), Marton Robinson (Costa Rica/USA), Leandré le Roux (South Africa) and Carly Whitaker (South Africa).

The artists were selected following an open call launched from December 2018 to February 2019. Experimenting with the newly open BIC – Project Space, the videos will be displayed in dialogue with the photography work, across a diversity of formats ranging from monitors to large projections.

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Regards : photographie camerounaise
18 April – 15 June 2019
Opening: Thursday 18 April 2019, 18.00 – 21.00

Digital Africa – Casablanca
Video art screenings
Thursday 18 April 2019, 18.00 – 20.00
Saturday 20 April 2019, in loop from 12.00 to 17.00

Free events, open to all

BIC . Project Space
30, rue El Hajeb

Opening times:
Thursday 18 April 2019: 18.00 – 21.00
Saturday 20 April 2019: 12.00 – 17.00
Monday 22 April – Friday 15 June 2019: on appointment.

Cover picture, Romuald Dikoumé