17-08-2019 by redazione
On Sunday, August 18th in Watamu, at 6 pm there's the opening of an art gallery a stone's throw from the Indian Ocean in one of the most beautiful and renowned bays of the Kenyan coast.
It is simply called "7" and is a space of culture and beauty furnished with the fantastic conceptual works of the Italian artist Gian Paolo Tomasi and is located inside the 7 Islands Resort and next to Paparemo Beach. Wanted by the owner of the resort and the most exclusive beach of Watamu, Roberto Lenzi. For the opening, Tomasi will exhibit the creations of his latest solo show entitled "I saw african woman", portraits of possible, imagined, imaginary African women. To summarize some of the women already admired last year in Malindi, new works of this series will also be exhibited in which Gian Paolo Tomasi has reinvented the African female figures abstracting them from traditional inconography and adding to their natural beauty the colors and spirituality that the reality of this continent transmits and that the troubled lives of many women often reveal but even more often naturally conceal behind a great, innate dignity.
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