DAK’ART 2014

11ème Biennale de l’Art Africain Contemporain 09/05>08/06

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Venue: Biennale Village.
Hours : from Saturday, May 10 until Tuesday, May 13; 9h to 13h.
Discover lecturers of Dak’Art 2014 meetings bottom of this page.

Panels

Update 01/05/14

Saturday May 10 :
puce 09h-10h, Opening conference : Yves Michaud.
puce 10h30-11h30, Panel 1 : Curating exhibitions of contemporary art: Elise Atangana, Abdelkader Damani and Smooth Ugochukwu Nzewi, curators of international exhibition of Dak’Art 2014.
puce 12h-13h, Panel 2 : The art critic : Mirjam Westen, Ciraj Rassool, Dominique Berthet, Evangelos Athanassopoulos, Marie-Noëlle Ryan.

Sunday May 11:
puce 9h-10h30, Panel 3 : The art historian : Hélène Tissières, Danda Jaroljmek, Frank Ugiomoh, Jindřich Vybíral.
puce 11h-12h30, Panel 4 : The artist and the gallery manager : L’artiste et le galeriste : Bomi Odufunade, Jean-Philippe Aka, Jean-Loup Pivin, Viyé Diba, François-Xavier Gbré, Aida Muluneh.

Monday May 12:
puce 09h-11h, Panel 5 : Contemporary art institutions : fairs, auction houses, museums, biennales: Mohamed Djehiche, Dannys Montes De Oca, Christopher Spring, Bernard Lafargue, Ayo Adewumni.
puce 11h30-13h, Panel 6 : Art dealers, buyers, collectors, sponsors : Salimata Diop, Touria El Glaoui, Meriem Berrada, Liz Lydiate, Lydie Diakhaté.

Mardi 13 mai :
puce 09h-12h, Panel 7 : Journals and magazines of Contemporary Art, in collaboration with AFRIKADAA : Malick Ndiaye, Mohamadou Sy Siré, Massamba Mbaye, Pascale Obolo, Louisa Babari, Seloua Luste Boulbina.

Detailed programme on Afrikadaa.com

Guests

Elise Atangana, Abdelkader Damani, Smooth Ugochukwu Nzewi

Ayo Adewunmi: artist, member of international advisory council of PACA (The Pan-African Circle of Artists), Nigeria.
Jean-Philippe Aka: manager of Heart Gallery, Paris.
Evangelos Athanassopoulos: PhD in aesthetics, historian and art critic.
Louisa Babari: productor of experimental films, collaborator of Afrikadaa magazine.
Meriem Berrada: Project manager for cultural action, Fondation Alliances, Morocco.
Dominique Berthet: curator, teaching aesthetics and art critic at unversity of Antilles-Guyane.
Lydie Diakhaté: curator, art critic and film producer.
Viyé Diba: Artist and teacher of art education, Senegal.
Salimata Diop: art advisor and advisor for private collections.
Mohamed Djehiche: director of Modern and contemporary art museum of Alger.
Touria El Glaoui: Founder of 1:54 contemporary African Art Fair, London.
François-Xavier Gbré: artist photographer, Ivory Coast.
Danda Jaroljmek: director of Circle Art Agency, member of Art Moves Africa.
Bernard Lafargue: teaching aesthetics and art history at Montaigne University, Bordeaux, France.
Seloua Luste Boulbina: program director at Collège International of philosophy and writer, France, Algeria.
Liz Lydiate : arts business consultant and educationalist, London.
Masamba Mbaye: critic, curator, journalist, Senegal.
Yves Michaud: philosophe, writer, promoter of the "Université de tous les savoirs" (UTLS).
Dannys Montes de Oca Moreda: curator and art critic, coordinator of conferences at Biennale of Habana, Cuba.
Aida Muluneh: artist photographer, Ethiopia.
Malick Ndiaye:
research associate at Resaerch Centre on Arts and Languages (CRAL, EHESS, CNRS) and at Heritage national Institut, Senegal.
Pascale Obolo: film maker, co-founder and chief editor for Afrikadaa magazine.
Bomi Odufunade: art and private collections advisor.
Jean-Loup Pivin: art critic, publisher, manager of Revue Noire magazine, Paris.
Ciraj Rassool: history teacher and director of African program at Museum and Heritage Studies in University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Marie Noëlle Ryan: teacher of philosophy at Moncton University, Canada, specialized in German philosophy and classic and contemporary aesthetic.
Christopher Spring: curator of Sainsbury African galleries at British Museum, London.
Mohamadou Sy Siré: chief editor of panafrican magazine « African bussiness Journal ».
Hélène Tissières: writer, teaching literature and African cinema at Texas University, Austin, USA.
Frank Ugiomoh: art and culture historian, fine arts and design department of Port Harcourt University, Nigeria.
Jindřich Vybíral: historian, Prague.
Mirjam Westen: curator, critic and editor in the field of contemporary art, gender and global art.

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