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Cyprien Tokoudagba   Cyprien is painting Agassou ,the God of the Panther, in his family compound. Cyprien Tokoudagba , born in 1939, lives and works in Abomey, Benin. He his an initiate of vodun Tôhôssou, god of the water.He began his artwork by adorning the walls of vodun temples, and later restored the “bas-reliefs” of the royal palaces of Abomey. He began using canvas on commissions in 1989.His works represent symbols & deities of Vodun as well as mottos and emblems of the Abomey Kings.

Cyprien Tokoudagba Cyprien is painting Agassou ,the God of the Panther, in his family compound. Cyprien Tokoudagba , born in 1939, lives and works in Abomey, Benin. He his an initiate of vodun Tôhôssou, god of the water.He began his artwork by adorning the walls of vodun temples, and later restored the “bas-reliefs” of the royal palaces of Abomey. He began using canvas on commissions in 1989.His works represent symbols & deities of Vodun as well as mottos and emblems of the Abomey Kings.

Tokoudagba 1939,1939 2012,Art Cyprien,Contemporary Artist,African Art

At Le Musée in #Ouidah #Benin @fondation_zinsou visiting the exhibition 'La Fabrique à fantasmes' • In this pic, works by #CyprienTokoudagba (Benin) and #GeorgeLilanga (#Tanzania)

At Le Musée in #Ouidah #Benin @fondation_zinsou visiting the exhibition 'La Fabrique à fantasmes' • In this pic, works by #CyprienTokoudagba (Benin) and #GeorgeLilanga (#Tanzania)

EN CE MOMENT | Exposition Le Grand Orchestre des Animaux à la Fondation Cartier #CyprienTokoudagba

EN CE MOMENT | Exposition Le Grand Orchestre des Animaux à la Fondation Cartier #CyprienTokoudagba

New art from Africa – in pictures. Sam Ilus

New art from Africa – in pictures

Bored Panda has compiled a list of accidental art to show that sometimes the most beautiful art is just pure luck.

Bored Panda has compiled a list of accidental art to show that sometimes the most beautiful art is just pure luck.

Neil Kenlock, Untitled, A young girl speaking on her parents' telephone in South London, 1973

Staying Power: Photographs of Black British Experience

Neil Kenlock, Untitled, A young girl speaking on her parents' telephone in South London, 1973

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