Since 2009, Invisible Borders has travelled by road across African countries and their borders. Beginning with a trip from Lagos to Bamako, the Organization has travelled further to Addis Ababa, Libreville and Dakar. In 2014, up to 9 artists would travel for at least 150 days from Lagos to Sarajevo, Bosnia. Read more about the trip & the participating artists.
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Help Fund the Invisible Borders Road Trip 2014
Tuesday, 18th March 2014: Invisible Borders fundraiser at the Walther Collection Space New York
You are cordially invited to a fundraiser and presentation for Invisible Borders, the Trans-African Photography Project, on Tuesday, March 18, 2014. The Walther Collection Project Space 526 West 26th Street, Suite 718 New York, NY 10001 Beginning at 7pm. Featuring presentations by photographers Emmanuel Iduma, Dawit Petros, and Emeka Okereke. RSVP: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Beginning June 2, 2014, […]
Iconic Images of the Road Trip
Since the inception of Invisible Borders Trans-African Road Trip Project in 2009, we have accumulated a sizable amount of materials in the form of images, videos and written works. It is our wish to make this available to the public in various forms...
Watch documentary videos by Invisible Borders that share our experiences and offer insight on our trans-African projects...
The Accra Project was Invisible Borders' first exhibition in the public space, as well as the first photography exhibition to occupy the public space in Ghana. The exhibition will be installed in the open air of Nima Roundabout for as long as the works remain. The hope is that individuals...
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