Mukabi discusses his parents' influence and winning second place in a competition at Gallery Watatu. Airports, cafes, and other businesses commission the artist to create murals. His family runs the Nairobi Railway Museum Art Gallery, where Mukabi teaches others to paint.
An image can never be repeated and captures a moment in time. Gomes returns to his home town, Maputo, and describes his background. The photographer prefers to shoot portraits and discusses his exhibition entitled "Psychedelic."
Graffiti needs to remain relevant over time. Wisetwo discusses his parents immigrating from India; hieroglyphs, patterns and texts from around the world inspire the Kenyan artist. Felix Magara films paintings using drone technology.
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From sketching street scenes and creating graffiti murals to capturing everyday life with a camera, artists are showing us their Africa.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2018
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