Dissecting post-colonial memory with colour and experimental print techniques

By Brennavan Sritharan

from Terreno Ocupado © Délio Jasse

The work of Angolan photographer Délio Jasse is colourful and textured, experimenting with analogue photographic printing processes such as cyanotype and platinum. His work has caught the eye of London gallery and artistic agency Tiwani Contemporary, who now represent the 35-year-old.

Jasse has previously exhibited at the gallery, which focuses on Africa and the diaspora, as part of the group exhibition The View From Here, and recent exhibitions include a solo show at SMAC Gallery, Cape Town (2014) and group shows at Savvy Contemporary, Berlin (2013) and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon (2013). Jasse was also one of three finalists in …read more

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