Cameroon, a veritable crossroads of art and African culture, is home to over 200 ethnic groups that make up the country’s rich artistic and cultural heritage. Renowned for its originality and authenticity, Cameroonian art is regularly exhibited in museums and galleries all over the world.
Over the course of a year, some 48 works by 7 immensely talented artists (Hervé Youmbi, Louis Epée, Hervé Yamguen, Ginette Daleu, Boris Nzebo, Justine Gaga, and Emile Youmbi) will be showcased in the office of this development institution, all of which are intended for sale.
“The fact that this invitation was so widely attended goes to show that art is something that interests, touches, and speaks to many people. Art in general, and this display in particular, allows our minds to wander, to dream, and to escape thanks to this cultural respite,” stated Mamma Alim Ahmed, the exhibition’s curator.