Our mission is to bring Africa and Spain closer
Through outreach, educational, economic, and cultural activities, we foster mutual understanding and strengthen Hispanic African relations.
Committed to making known the rich artistic that emerges in Africa and that rarely reaches international circuits, Casa África makes the galleries of its headquarters available to contemporary creators from the neighbouring continent who want to use this space to show their work to the rest of the world.
Painting, sculpture, photography, video creation and other plastic, visual and urban arts have a place in this space that offers to the interested public, always free of charge, a permanent sample of all the good and great works created in Africa.
41 photographs by Juan Medina documenting events of the last 20 years on Europe's southern border. They show the drama of migratory movements in the Canary Islands, Ceuta, Melilla and in the waters of the central Mediterranean, where tens of thaousands of people have risked theirs lives seeking a future for themselves and the families they left behind.
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Casa África offers guided tours of its facilities and exhibitions of contemporary African art posiciones de arte contemporáneo africano programmed at its headquarters.
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C/ Alfonso XIII, 5. 35003 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. España
Phone: +34 928 432 800
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Casa África's Media Library offers a personalised service for those users who wish to access to Casa África's bibliographic collection in search for a specific subject. They can request an appoitment by telephone (928 432 800) or by sending an email to email@example.com.
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Casa África's sculpture collection is composed by forty-four pices acquired in September 2007 from the society of Los Misioneros de África, known as Los Padres Blancos.
The pieces that make up Casa África's collection come from different ethnic groups. This diversity enriches the plastic language of each work, which is connected to the with African lifestyles, costums, traditions, rites and beliefs.
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