Sans titre n°95, 2012

Acrylic, pencil, ballpoint pen and ink on paper.

21 x 28 cm.

Accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity.

This artwork is part of The Congolese Spirit, an exhibition curated by Magnin Art.

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Cheri Samba (Kinto M’Vuila, Democratic Republic of Congo, 1956) is a Kinshasa-based artist whose work focuses on the social, political, and economical conditions of his country. Samba incorporates the realities he observes daily into his paintings; sexuality, corruption, social inequality, and AIDS being often featured. Along with Pierre Bodo, Samba was a founding member of Kinshasa'a "Popular painting" school. His pictures have been recognized internationally, having been featured at RMN Grand Palais, Paris (2015); Magnin-A at UNTITLED, Miami Beach 2016, Miami Beach; Magnin A at 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair 2015, New York.

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