The second joint exhibition of students of all EVC partners presented in 2023 - focussing the topic Gender Matters.

Stefan Eisenhofer, Chief Curator at the Museum Fünf Kontinente Munich was invited by the Nubuke Foundation in Accra, Ghana, to write about Ghanaian artists in the diaspora.

In spring 2022, more than 700 art enthusiasts from Mexico and Germany worked on this project on “lumbung values” as brought into the discussion by documenta fifteen.

Face Forward …into my home was an interactive art project at the National Museum of Contemporary Art Athens (EMST) in 2017.

Nine artists from Africa, Latin America and Europe were nominated as documenta fifteen residents. Their joint exhibition on “Narratives of the Anthropocene” was presented in Berlin in August 2022.

Three artists from Brazil collaborated with art students from Augsburg, Germany, to create these virtual interventions in the Latin America section of the Museum Fünf Kontinente in spring 2022.

The first joint exhibition of students of all EVC partners presented in 2021 - focussing the topic Collective Memory.

The studio of a young Ghanaian artist from Kumasi who works at the intersection of traditional art in Ghana, global art and European approaches. A snapshot from November 2021.

Young artists from ten countries all over the world explored ways of transnational and transcultural cooperation. The results were exhibited in three art spaces in Munich in June 2021.

In October 2020, Paul H.S. Assako Assako invited 29 artists from Cameroon to contribute to an exhibition on the topic “Collective Memory - National Memory” that took place at LABA in Douala.

In the exhibition in Kumasi, Ghana from November 2021, the artist reflects on the possibilities of contemporary art in Ghana today between local and global demands.

In November 2019, a team of art historians, historians, art educators and artists from Ghana curated a virtual exhibition, reflecting their visit of the museum in Munich.

2019 saw the first Ghanaian pavilion at the Venice Biennale: Ghana Freedom. One of the artists selected for this pavilion was our project partner Selasi Awusi Sosu with her work "Glass Factory".