Originally from Senegal and Switzerland, Momar Seck is a visual artist, painter, and sculptor. He is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale des Arts in Dakar and received a scholarship from the Swiss Federal Commission for Culture for the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Geneva. He obtained a doctorate in Fine Arts from the University of Strasbourg in 2012. Seck has earned many awards including the UNESCO Prize for the promotion of visual arts. He exhibits regularly in Europe and Senegal, and has participated in exhibitions in France, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Switzerland (Palais des Nations, Rath Museum in Geneva, Kunsthalle in Bern), the United States, and Cuba, among others.
Momar Seck’s work will be on view at La Maison Française from April 17 to 21, with the exhibition United Colors of Africa: Environments.
*This event will take place in English*
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VERY LIMITED CAPACITY—please do not RSVP unless you absolutely plan on attending—merci!
This workshop is part of the Festival des Cinq Continents: Found in Translation, organized in partnership with the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie.
Hosted by La Maison Française and co-sponsored by the Grey Art Gallery, NYU and Africa House at NYU.