• Pernille Bærendtsen

Update: Everyday Poetics: Instagramming Life in East Africa in Belgrade

Opdateret: 6. feb. 2020

Happy & proud how our exhibition 'Everyday Poetics: Instagramming East Africa' came together and has been covered so far since we launched it on 18 April at Museum of African Art in Belgrade:

This is how it looks, thanks to the wonderful design and work by Proto - see their photos here.

Serbia's oldest newspaper, Politika, covered our Everyday Poetics photo exhibition at Museum of African Art in Belgrade with a full page (screenshot above)!

The Serbian TV channel 'Radio Television of Serbia' covered the opening here with an interview of our co-curator and exhibiting photographer, Edward Echwalu.

Read more here about the exhibition, which features 5 photographers on Instagram from East Africa. It's still on till 21 June 2019.

#everydaylife #africa #eastafrica #serbia #balkan #beograd #belgrade #museumofafricanart #africanart #photography #exhibition

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