The Angolan artist Yonamine works with painting, drawing, graffiti, photography, video, and other media, such as tattooing, and brings them together in installations that fill entire rooms. As a whole, we might describe Yonamine’s works as diaries or even archeological research. He unites a series of situations that oscillate between the past, the present, and a possible future, offering a concept of time that escapes limitation. Like the language of a Reggae DJ, his work brings to mind the concept of rewinding, of a close tie to the past, while being based in the present.
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