Following its success last year, the Empty World, an Arts exhibition, by Rwandan artists Poupoute Tabaro and Willy Karekezi, it is to grace Ugandan scenes this month. The exhibition will kick off from May 6th , and will last for a month will take place in Kisementi, Kampala-Uganda.
Unique about this event is that it bring together two visual artists onto one canvas, where they create special lifeforms. Between February and March last year, the two Artists shook the art scene with this new creation, hence carrying out exhibitions at Uburanga Arts Center and Madison Hotel in Kigali.
They further more give a new twist to this creativity, which they are to take to the Ugandan audience too.
“We are in the Empty world, we aim to fill up with totally new life, creations, vibration,” explains Willy Karekezi.
“Out of this wonder and fantasy for creation, we emerge with new works,” explains Tabaro.
To watch out for is the unique flow of designs and final touch the two painters put to there works, yet the showcase takes one to an imaginable journey.
To the artists, the Empty World aims at taking the general family onto a tour into and through a very new world of limitless creativity.