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Colours of Congo: Patterns, Symbols and Narratives in 20th-Century Congolese Paintings

Colours of Congo: Patterns, Symbols and Narratives in 20th-Century Congolese Paintings

The exhibition and accompanying volume of essays primarily examines this group of paintings as artworks worth considering on their own merits-describing their techniques and inherent beauty, while acknowledging that their iconographic contents reflect daily life within village communities.

 University Museum and Art Gallery

 14th May, 2021

#Artwork #Congo #Exhibition #Paintings #UMAG

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