Moses Quiquine is a 22 year old artist of Guadeloupian ancestry.
His debut solo show Voodoo Child: Identity Spirituality and Fashion at The Africa Centre Gallery opens 22nd March 2019 and is in response to research into the mystical world of Voodoo.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of performances and conversations between the artist and Rebecca Arnold from the Courtauld Institute of Art, the Young Poet Laureate, Caleb Femi and an interview with Bobby Hass for Nataal Magazine.
This is a free exhibition at The Africa Centre Gallery from 22nd March to 17th April 2019 (Tuesday - Saturday. 12pm-6pm).
Venue: The Africa Centre Gallery, 66 Great Suffolk Street, London SE1 0BL
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