A group of artists have started a journey across West Africa in a rickety school bus. They want to bring culture to the region with their rolling art space while collecting inspiration for their own works.
Artists Take the Long Road to Dak'Art
Deutsche Welle, 4 May 2018
The 13th edition of Dak'Art, a key contemporary African art exhibition, has opened in Senegal. Six of the artists chose to take the longest route to Dakar in a rusty yellow bus. Read more »
Senegal mobile museum.
The six participating artists come from Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Germany.
The artists who made the bus trip to the Dakar Biennale say the journey was not without bumps and breakdowns
Museum on Wheels Brings Art to West Africa
A group of artists have started a journey across West Africa in a rickety school bus. They want to bring culture to the region with their rolling art space while collecting… Read more »
The Molue Mobile Museum of Contemporary Art has left Lagos for the Dak'Art festival in Senegal. Artists on board this converted bus will develop ... see more »
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