The season has officially begun. We would like to welcome to the foundation. We are excited to have you here with us and we wish you the best of luck with your residency here in Saint Emilion.
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The GAP of the Pompidou center was thrilled to welcome a new member of the acquisition committee for photography: Bernard Kwapinski who was in the company of Olga Nalca, the chairperson of the IFF, Institut Fotografii Fort. This Foundation was established 3 years ago and receives three photographic exhibition per year. At this stage all […]
Last Monday we had the privilege to be hosted by The Bag Factory for a conversation in-between Andrew Tshabangu and Sam Nhengethwa on their journey to Saint Emilion within the framework of the SAFFCA residencies. In fact both artists have had their studio at the Bag at some stage in their career. It was therefore […]
Le 12 octobre nous avons clôturé notre saison à St Emilion et voulons remercier très sincèrement vous tous qui vous êtes joints à nous pour l’occasion De plus, nous avons eu le plaisir de pouvoir découvrir au cours de cette soirée une partie du parcours d’Andrew au cours de sa résidence à AFSACSA au cours de sa […]
Hier en début de soirée nous avons eu la grande joie d’accueillir officiellement Andrew Tshabangu au 3bis rue de la Porte Saint Martin, a l’AFSACSA, où il restera en résidence jusqu’à la mi-octobre. Andrew est le premier photographe que nous acceuillons. Il est le premier d’une série de trois ou de cinq photographes qui, chacun […]
On the 21 July 2017 AFSACSA hosted the last Open Studio for Sam Nhlengethwa. Unfortunately, Pierre Lombart was unable to attend this event but Jonathan Hindson graciously filled in. Hindson and Nhlengethwa generated a conversation that not only spoke about what Nhlengethwa had done in his life but South African art in general during Apartheid and […]
We were so happy this morning. The heavy sky could not alter our enthusiasm. We had received permission to position our sign for AFSACSA, ” l’Association Française de Soutien à l’Art Contemporain du Sud de l’Afrique ” in a discrete way to enhance the perception of our presence in the street of the city of […]