ARTSCAPE is proud to present for the first time to the Luxembourg audience works by Italian award-winning photographer Daniele Tamagni, best known for his series Gentlemen of Bacongo, which documents immaculately dressed dandies of the Congo, known as Sapeurs. The new
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Mtindo is a Swahili word meaning style, stylish. It also means progress, something that is moving fast forward. In their book MTINDO Rebranding Africa, Kenyan born Waridi Schrobsdorff and award-winning photographer Daniele Tamagni, capture the young generation of creative minds – a new generation of African style movers. This exhibition features pictures by Italian award-winning photographer Daniele Tamagni (1975-2017), of musicians, artists, filmmakers, and writers who are on the move in their home country, Kenya. With her book, Waridi Schrobsdorff, a model and entrepreneur in the international fashion world, wants to delivers a stunning proof of the power and the diversity of avant-garde creatives from the African continent. Hundreds of young talents in all fields of the arts are now contributing to the future of Africa, which is now, giving strong vibes to the local, national and international scenes. The exhibition in our Art Bites series will feature a distinct selection of 14 photographs from the book MTINDO Rebranding Africa, published by Skira.