Posted: February 16, 2016 | Author: Zócalo Poets | Filed under: IMAGES | Tags: African painters: Democratic Republic of the Congo |
Monsengo Shula_Untitled, 2015
Painter Jean-Bosco Monsengo (born 1959), and known as Shula in the city of Kinshasa, Congo, learned his craft under the tutelage of Moke, a prominent artist of the Kinshasa school of painting that flowered in the wake of Zaire’s independence. Shula’s complex narrative scenes stem from everyday life, and are often critiques of political injustice or the consequences of overpopulation on global ecology.
Monsengo Shula_The Dynamism of Evolution, 2015
Monsengo Shula_Sooner or later the world will change, 2014
Monsengo Shula_House of the Future, 2013
Monsengo Shula_The fresco of Shula, 2010
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