ref: cLw Oct 12-14 2006 FQ2 Diverse Colours II

Attendance is a  must for any collector! 

Thursday 12 October to Saturday October 14 2006

 Join Kwame Akuffo and the team from AFRIKart for a glass of wine and a
private view for Diverse Colours II, their final exhibition for 2006

 Diverse Colours II showcases artists from Ghana, India, Kenya and South
 The current exhibition includes Impressionism from Madhumati ,traditional
life scenes  in ink and  pastels by  Kivuthi Mbuno, and the stunning
Fauvist, Matisseesque pastels from Sekano 

Also exhibiting  at this event  is Agorsor, a widely collected artist whose
work has colourful abstract themes  and subtle touches. 

AFRIKart grew out of passion and enthusiasm for contemporary African art. 

"The idea for the business emerged from a series of management workshops run
in Ghana and through a chance encounter with a well-known Ghanaian painter,
Larry Otoo."

Since the creation of AFRIKart, Kwame Akuffo has been committed to bringing
to Europe and sharing great art from East and West Africa.

"We have a minimum of 150 original paintings in storage at any one time." Mr
Akuffo said.
Artists for this exhibition utilise a wide range of media, bringing local
aesthetics together with international artistic debates and practice.

Themes for Diverse Colours II filter the global exchange through local
channels, bringing local aesthetics to bear upon broader international
artistic debates and practices.

For more information about this exciting event please visit our website

Exhibition runs from 13th-14th October, 11 -6pm Entry is free
Private View with wine Thursday 12th October 5:45 to 8:30pm
FQ2, 1 Fitzroy Square London W1
Nearest tube Warren Street  (Victoria Line).



1. Further information, call 020 8995 0373 or 07880 794751  e-mail

2. AFRIKart Gallerie Phone +44 (0) 7880 794751 Fax +44 (0) 20 8723 2073 2 Saltcoats Road London W4 1AR, UK Phone +44 (0) 7880 794751 Fax +44 (0) 20 8723 2073 AFRIKart Gallerie 3 . Diverse II is the fifth exhibition of 2006. Exhibitions started in March at FQ2 and we have had two exhibitions at the OSO Arts Centre in Barnes, one at ZIZI Gallery in Mayfair, and returning to FQ2 for the final exhibition of the year.