Classics Ivory Coast: The ABIDJAN Arts and Show Market opens its doors

10:20  05 march  2022
10:20  05 march  2022 Source:   rfi.fr

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Ballets africains de Guinée, lors d'une précédente édition du Masa festival d'Abidjan. © Tania Tsikounas RFI. African Ballets of Guinea, at a previous edition of the Masa Festival of Abidjan.

in Abidjan opens this Saturday the 12th edition of Masa, the ABIDJAN arts and show market. More than a hundred shows are at the show and 24 countries in Africa, Europe or South America are represented.

with our special envoy to Abidjan, Frédéric Garat

Masa is at the show living what the Fespaco and the world of Africian cinema, an essential appointment to take the pulse of creation and judge what is done Better in terms of tale, circus, theater or music.

Sectors seriously shaken over the last two years by the pandemic, during which they were rare and very little silver. To pull the curtain on the drama of the Covid-19 , this year the organizers decided to focus the theme of Masa around the "Challenge of the Content". "What message do we wear through a song in Bambara? What is the artistic intention in a dance step? Which concept is supported in a theatrical staging? ", Should we understand.

Apart from the shape that accounts, what does the show bring to a society in lack of landmakers and reflections? To think about it, multiple benefits will be given to Masa for a week.

Conakry Circus Baobab, the Cameroonian Tales of Show Azouzou, the Burkinabe dancers of Farafina Ballet or Dji Eka. The swing woman from Côte d'Ivoire, which, on March 8, should remind you of great shots of women's rights, whether artists or not.

Masa will last until March 12 in Abidjan.

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