Everyday Lusaka makes a sale in the ‘Outside In’ Exhibition
Following a successful inaugural exhibition at the newly built ‘TotalEnergies Art Gallery’, Everyday Lusaka has received overwhelming support from long-time fans, new followers and fellow artists. The Outside In exhibition that opened the TotalEnergies Gallery at Alliance Française has seen more foot traffic from different audiences interested in cultural events in Lusaka*. Founder and curator of Everyday Lusaka, Sana Ginwalla expressed her excitement to be able to curate and open such an inclusive new gallery alongside other local artists who make work in and about Lusaka.
Opening Thursday 30th September, “Outside In” brings together a collection of local photographers and artists, namely Visule Kabunda, Kalenga Nkonge, Steve Moorey, Sana Ginwalla, and patrons from Everyday Lusaka.
While the exhibition is photographic, Sana Ginwalla has curated it to include photographs of different eras, formats and adaptations. The photography displayed brings both old and modern to one place, complete with a vintage slide projector as part of Everyday Lusaka’s archival project called Zambia Belonging.
“The intention for this exhibition was to show what is possible within a space like this — for all types of artists, whether you are a photographer, painter or printmaker. The idea is to show what can be done in this gallery. We have also incorporated projection, sound, as well as smaller products on the table to show what can be done with photography, as well as what can happen after the image”, Sana Ginwalla, shared.
The art exhibition, which runs till the 7th of November, has numerous images being displayed as part of the exhibition.