The ASAP Jury has decided : the three artists will collaborate together for the unity of Africa !

The three ASAP programme finalists presented their projects on 27 November 2021 in Paris, France, to the members of an ASAP jury (see list below). The jury unanimously decided to celebrate the union of the whole of Africa by proposing that the three artists work together to create a unique work of art that will […]
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  • Books on their way to Benin !

    After months of sorting, labelling and packing, the books have left Paris for Abomey in Benin! Thanks to you, the young people and artists of Abomey will be able to benefit from several thousand books from the opening of the “Belle Bibliothèque du Lieu Unik” in June 2021!   Thank you to the galleries Appartement […]
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  • International Women’s Day

    Today, AAD-fund celebrates the social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women. We salut those who pave the way for others within AAD-fund’s projects. AAD-fund is committed to promoting Gender Equality by developing and supporting projects powered by women, encouraging spaces for discussion and sensitization and promoting the work of female artists. Today, we celebrate women’s […]
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  • ASAP, 1 year ago !

    Just one year ago, the Artistic Committee of the African Space Art Project met in Paris to select the three winning artists! Jean-Philippe Aka, Melissa Goba, Gaël Faye and Keziah Jones met to study the files of about a hundred artists invited to participate in the project!     ASAP, the first African artistic exploration of […]
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