Who doesn't travel with you Suekí - Afrikanizm
Who doesn't travel with you Suekí - Afrikanizm

Who doesn't travel with you


1 650 720 AOA

Photography, Colour on wood

Size: 81 W x 125 H cm / 31 W x 49 H in

Ships in a box 

About The Artwork


From the proverb in Kimbundu, "The stairs of the world, some go up, others come down", is the starting point for a project that brings together different artistic media: photography, painting, collages and installations, favouring everyday materials for a critical reflection on social differences with a focus on the artist's homeland, Angola.

Originally created: 2021
Subject: World Culture
Material: Wood
Medium: Acrylic and Photo
Styles: Pop Art, Photorealism

Details & Dimensions

Photography: Acrylic and Photo on Wood
Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork
Size: 81 W x 125 H cm
Frame: Not Framed
Ready to Hang: Not applicable
Packaging: Ships in a box

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Delivery Cost: Shipping is included.

Handling: Ships in a tube. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Afrikanizm Art’s packaging guidelines.

Ships From: Italy

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"Xibata já mundu" highlights the flagrant turbulence of a society with so many unhealed wounds, resisting and going against what is almost the normalisation and acceptance of a chronic precarious condition. A disease that slowly destroys us and prevents us from taking a safe and decisive step towards higher levels of human and social development, insistently contradicting the popular maxim that we are always on the way up."




N'dongo Mukongo ia Suekí (Angola, b. 1981), which in Kimbundu - Angola's national dialect - means a crocodile in search of brighter days, is the artistic name of Ronaldo Ferreira, a self-taught multidisciplinary artist.
His migratory experience, having travelled through Luanda, Lobito, Cape Town, Lisbon and Catania, has influenced his worldview, his political vision and his artistic practice.

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