Grand Palais Éhémère, 9 - 12 September 2021

On the occasion of its participation in Art Paris, the Magnin-A gallery is bringing together on its stand the works of Nathalie Boutté, Romuald Hazoumé, Amadou Sanogo and Ana Silva. Within the framework of the Grand Palais éphémère, this exhibition will unveil Nathalie Boutté's collages with an new work based on a photograph by Marion Post Wolcott that highlights the social problems of African-Americans in the 1930s and 1940s. Also on view will be Ana Silva's embroidered fabrics from her series Estendal and Child; Romulad Hazoumé's famous "masks" and his installation ZoCooter; and the work of Amadou Sanogo.