The 38 galleries present at the Also Known As Africa (AKAA) 2022 announced

The galleries exhibiting at the seventh edition of the Also Known As Africa (AKAA) art fair, which will take place at the Carreau du Temple in Paris from 21 to 23 October, have been announced.

The 38 participants in the fair are as follows:


31 PROJECT (Paris, France)

193 Gallery (Paris, France / Venice, Italy)

AFIKARIS (Paris, France)

Africa First & LyS Contemporary Art (Tel Aviv, Israel)

AKKA Project (Dubai, UAE / Venice, Italy)

Angalia (Paris, France)

ARTCO Gallery (Aachen - Berlin, Germany)

Backslash (Paris, France)

Bonne Espérance Gallery (Paris, France)

By Lara Sedbon (Paris, France)

CHILE ART PROJECTS (London, United Kingdom)


Deepest Darkest (Cape Town, South Africa)

EBONY/CURATED (Cape Town, South Africa)

Eclectica Contemporary (Cape Town, South Africa)

FOREIGN AGENT (Lausanne, Switzerland)

Galerie 38 (Casablanca, Morocco)

Galerie Anne de Villepoix (Paris, France)

Galerie Carole Kvasnevski (Paris, France)

Galerie Cécile Dufay (Paris, France)

Galerie Françoise Livinec (Paris, France)

Gallery Marion Chauvy (Paris, France)

Gallery Soview (Accra, Ghana)

Vallois Gallery (Paris, France)

Galerie Véronique Rieffel (Abidjan, Ivory Coast) 

Galerie Voss & Reiners Contemporary Art (Düsseldorf, Germany / Málaga, Spain) 

Kalashnikov Gallery (Cape Town, South Africa)

Karim Francis Contemporary Art Gallery (Cairo, Egypt)

Krystel Ann Art (Lisbon, Portugal)

MOVART (Lisbon, Portugal / Luanda, Angola)

NOMAD GALLERY (Brussels, Belgium)

Nuweland (Oosterzee-Buren, Netherlands)

October Gallery (London, UK)

OpenArtExchange (Rotterdam, Netherlands) 

Perve Galeria (Lisbon, Portugal)

The Melrose Gallery (Cape Town, South Africa) 

THIS IS NOT A WHITE CUBE (Lisbon, Portugal / Luanda, Angola)

WALLS House of Art (Abidjan, Ivory Coast)


The exhibiting galleries will strive to invite the visitor to discover artists linked to the African continent and to bring together its rich and diverse cultures.