Bold Space is about attention. The human figures take a moment out of their daily hustle and pose in front of buses or taxi queues. They gaze earnestly at the viewer, their absolute stillness holding our attention.
Modern Art Museum GebreKristos Desta Center opened a new exhibition exploring major art works in Ethiopian modern art scene. Art works that stood out during the past year and other pieces of art that have not been seen in several years were brought together for this exhibition. The show opened January 5th to the public as part of the Addis 2019 African Humanities Initiative Workshop.
Today, technology has reached levels of advancement only science fiction had only imagined in the 1950s. Self-driving cars, gene editing, robotics, missions to outer space and innumerable innovations in software and hardware have advanced technology to unprecedented levels.
Ahmed is a little boy of around 9 years old. He runs across the street around Atlas Hotel, yells out people’s names when he sees them approach, and waves around a piece of wood he plays with as he wanders the streets of Bole.
BetelhemNigatu, 23, has worked as a street food vendor selling french-fries and fried balls of dough on the streets of Hayahulet for the past two years. Her small business has grown from a simple electric fryer and table to two fryers with a large umbrella. She has managed to save up some money and hopes to improve this setting to a cart or a small shop selling a variety of food in the near future.
If recent buzzes about festivals and events have sparked your interest in attending one, fear not. With the sunny season here and so many events to choose from, there are more reasons to try one out than ever.
A 1.8-meter long wooden chopping board stands at the entrance of Lela Gallery. It is one of two wooden sculptures part of Mektefia #2. There are also 12 stone reproductions of cutting boards, reimagined anew and chiseled from large boulders excavated from Tafo.
The fifth edition of Addis Foto Fest kicked off on Thursday at the Sheraton Hotel. The biennial festival has been a staple of East African photography for the last decade, showcasing the works of new and emerging artists from the continent and across the world.