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Fashion exhibition : Beyond expectations

The festival’s fashion exhibition is curated by Sunny Dolat, a creative director, production designer and photographer whose work with the platform The Nest Collective in Kenya examines the power of fashion to tell compelling stories, provoke dialogue, and shift narratives.
un mannequin de dos face à un paysage rocheux, porte une sorte de cape à franges un peu futuriste

The exhibition will bring the visitors face-to-face with the unexpected. Occupying the grand stairwell of the Swedish Institute, it will change what you think you know about fashion from Africa.

With Ami Doshi Shah (Kenya), House of Tayo (Rwanda), IAMISIGO (Nigeria), Mafi Mafi (Ethiopie), Thebe Magugu (South Africa), Doreen Mashuka (Tanzanie), Anyango Mpinga (Kenya), Katungulu Mwendwa (Kenya), NKWO (Nigeria), Papa Oppong (Ghana).

Admission free.
Wednesday – Sunday / 12:00 – 18:00

 



Over twenty artists from seven different countries (South Africa, Colombia, Kenya, Mexico, Rwanda, Zambia and Sweden) present pieces in the spaces of the Swedish Institute in Paris during April 10-14 2019. Hosts of the “Créateurs en mouvement” festival, they came together to work on Sweden@, a project initiated by the Institute in 2013 whose aim is to gather various industry players around the fundamental role of creatives in the development of our societies. Reciprocity and co-creation between the participating countries has formed a network of creatives that goes beyond borders. What’s on: exhibition, workshops, talks… Discover the programme of the festival