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Izibongo | Issue 5: Amakai Quaye

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Izibongo | Issue 5: Amakai Quaye

Amakai Quaye’s artworks are mostly figurative due to his background as an illustrator.

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Izibongo | Issue 4: Rhode Bath-Scheba Makoumbou

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Izibongo | Issue 4: Rhode Bath-Scheba Makoumbou

Her oil paintings portray women and their social life and daily activities. But not only does she paint, she also extends herself as a sculpturist.

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Izibongo | Issue 3: Hailu Kifle

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Izibongo | Issue 3: Hailu Kifle

“I’m quite an enthusiast of history. I research and meditate on what our predecessors left us; and I have big respect for that. However, I’m not only stuck on the past. A man is the sum of its past’s imprints, present’s exertions and future’s vision.” Hailu Kifle

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Izibongo | Issue 2: Wilson Ngoni

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Izibongo | Issue 2: Wilson Ngoni

“Painting is my personal culture.” Wilson Ngoni

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Izibongo | Celebrating Art from Africa and the Diaspora | Issue 1 – October 2017

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Izibongo | Celebrating Art from Africa and the Diaspora | Issue 1 – October 2017

Welcome to this, the first issue of Izibongo, a monthly magazine celebrating the art of Africa and its Diaspora.

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