|| Hassan Musa/Visual
artist, art critic
Born: Sudan, 1951
of Fine and Applied Art of Khartoum Polytechnic (formerly KTI);
Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Montpellier in France.
In addition to being a performance artists. He works in various
media and is also active in art criticism. He contributes regularly
to several Sudanese periodicals and newspapers in Sudan and abroad.
Musa has been a vocal critic of the earlier generation of Sudanese
modernist artists known as the Khartoum School.
He has illustrated several books and in recent years has published
editions of his linoprints.
Since 1992 he has taught different calligraphies to children and
adults. He lives in southern France in Domessargues.
Exhibitions and Performances:
- White chapel Art Gallery,
London, England, 1995
Kassel University, Germany 1995
Under a Different Sky, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1996
Kunsthall, Malmo, Sweden, 1996
"L'homme cache", (Sufi folk tale from Sudan), Editions
Grandir, Orange, France, 1996;
"Inchallah", (Sufi folk tale from Sudan), Editions
Grandir, Orange, France, 1995;
Seven Stories about Modern Art in Africa, Flammarion and White
chapel Art Gallery, London, 1995
|Samples of work