mardi 1 septembre 2015

Start art fair Saatchi Gallery

Come to see my work
at Start art fair at Saacthi Gallery in London
I will be there at Art Twenty one
from 10th to 13th of September
Feel free to contact me...

mercredi 5 août 2015


Come to see my new work


Opening On friday 21 of August at 19h00
at QG - 
Centre d'art contemporain -  La Chaux-de-Fonds - CH

Simulacre facial, le masque voile, dévoile, cache, met en lumière ou camoufle le visage et les émotions de celui qui le porte. Qui plus est, le masque confère une identité fantastique ; il promet, en cachant la figure de celui qui le porte, de pouvoir s’évader de soi-même, ne fusse que l’espace d’un instant, jusqu’aux instincts les plus refoulés que les normes sociales occultent…

Exposition collective avec les contributions de:

mercredi 10 juin 2015

The 4 Female African Contemporary Artists You Should Know

Namsa Leuba (b.1982) is a half-Guinean and half-Swiss photographer. During the past two years, her research focused on African identity through western eyes. In the series The African Queen, Namsa was inspired by African women. She tries to re-contextualize African elements through her camera, bringing these elements into a framework for occidental taste and aesthetic choices. 
She produces what she calls an 'intervention' on the models and on their typical African clothes. She tries to change the classic western perception of African culture. In every photograph Namsa always reconciles these two cultures. As these traditional objects become increasingly distant and unfamiliar in a fashion and western context, this body of work sheds light on two different cultural aesthetics through the personal experience of multi-cultural heritage and the performative intervention of the photographer.
©namsa leuba "Cocktail"

mercredi 3 juin 2015

Up close with the young acrobats of Namsa Leuba’s West African roots

Half-Guinean, half-Swiss photographer Namsa Leuba is a champion of African visual culture. She channels the contrasts of her African-European roots by looking at tribal identity through a western lens, and for her series Ya Kala Ben – meaning “crossed look” – Namsa draws on the overlapping cultures of her upbringing and explores the rituals and customs of her mother’s native Guinea. Her striking images have been exhibited alongside Martin Parr and Viviane Sassen, and these portraits of local Guinean acrobats who perform at different ceremonies in Conakry are part of the new group show at Tiwani Contemporary, the London gallery that was one our favourites at the debut edition of Photo London last week. Posted by Alex Hawkins
©namsa leuba acrobats - Ya Kala Ben, 2011

vendredi 1 mai 2015

Tiwani Contemporary

Please feel free to come to see my work in London

Group Exhibition :
The View From Here | Andrew Esiebo, Délio Jasse, Lebohang Kganye, Namsa Leuba, Mimi Cherono Ng'ok, Abraham Oghobase and Dawit L. Petros

22 May - 27 June 2015
Tuesday to Friday 11am - 6pm and Saturday 12pm - 5pm

mercredi 11 mars 2015

Prix Pictet 2015 - Prix Pictet The global award in photography and sustainability

Namsa Leuba is nominated for the Prix Pictet 2015
namsa leuba is nominated for the Prix Pictet 2015

Foam Paul Huf Award

Namsa Leuba is nominated for the  Foam Paul Huf Awards 2015

Important dates 

Selection procedure & winner announcement 2015
24 March 2014

Opening exhibition of winner 2015
27 August 2015