‘Yo O Sa Leleng’ ignites provocative dialogue

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An exciting and amusing art exhibition titled, ‘Yo O Sa Leleng Group Exhibition’ commenced this week at the National Museum Main Gallery in Gaborone.

This exhibition, which will run until November 30, features six of Botswana’s leading young contemporary artists, Giancarlo LaGuerta, Letso Leipego, Thero Makepe, Legakwanaleo Makgekgenene, Kim Makin and Modisa Tim Motsumi. The Yo O Sa Leleng Group Exhibition features a variety of media, including photography, film, and installation work, as well as painting and drawing.

The exhibition curator who is also among the exhibiting artists, Giancarlo LaGuerta said the exhibition is a platform for the artists to come together to exchange views, experiences and varying artistic expertise to address head-on matters of asymmetrical power structures and social ills.

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