How My Grandfather Survived at Art Basel
CATPC’s sculpture How My Grandfather Survived is being exhibited at Art Basel by KOW. Rendered in gold plated 3d printed plastic, presented in the Galleries section 2.1 | L1, until June 16, 2019.
Cedart Tamasala wins Congo’s Art Tembo prize
CATPC’s Vice President and artist Cedart Tamasala has won Congo’s Art Tembo prize in Kinshasa on April 21 2019.
LIRCAEI listed “Best Projects Opening in 2019”
IHA and CATPC’s collaborative center LIRCAEI (Lusanga International Research Center for Art and Economic Inequality) has been listed as « Leading Architects’ Best Pro-Bono Projects Opening in 2019 »
Architectural Digest listed the centre as an example of how architects are investing in ventures for sustainability and the greater good. OMA’s architect on the project, David Gianotten, commented:
« The museum aims to encourage the much-needed public debate on contemporary art’s current distributions of power and value chains. OMA supports the centre’s ambitions to produce an artistic critique to the art world and its inequalities, and to facilitate its investigation into strategies of resistance. »
White Cube in Top 10 museums and cultural venues
Designboom placed The OMA-designed White Cube in Lusanga in the Top-10 of groundbreaking museums and cultural centers of 2017. Off to a good start! A full article from Designboom can be found here.