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Exhibition

Namsa Leuba

March 19, 2017 , written by la-redaction-the-staff

“For months I attended many rites and ceremonies. In the Guinean cosmogony, the statuettes are the roots of the living, the spirits, the fetishes animates them with the help of prayers. My intention was to make the invisible visible. So I placed models before the lens, but also created their costumes, loading them with my incantations or elements like my own hair. It was a question of separating these artifacts from a traditional context in order to immortalize them in a Western setting.” – Namsa Leuba

Namsa Leuba
23 March – 27 May 2017
InCamera Galerie
21 rue Las Cases
75007 Paris
+33 (0) 1 47 05 51 77

http://www.incamera.fr/

USEFUL INFORMATION

Date

  From   2017-03-23
  To    2017-05-27

Place

In Camera Galerie

21 rue Las Cases 75007 Paris
Paris France

0033 1 47 05 51 77

http://www.incamera.fr/

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<p>Open: Tue - Sat:&nbsp;2:00 pm - 7:00 pm</p>

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Event
Namsa Leuba, Ya Kala Ben and The Kingdom of Mountains

In Camera Gallery features two series by Namsa Leuba, Ya Kala Ben (2011) and The Kingdom of Mountains (2014), both outdoor mises-en-scène that explore the representation of African identity.