11 July-26 August 2011. This exhibition displays nine wood sculptures of women busts by the African artist Asha Mohammed Hassan, better known as Sunta.

Sunta comes from a family of artists: her father was a painter and cartoonist and her mother a passionate knitter and tailor. She graduated at the Art School of Sculpture in Bagamoyo. In 2009 she displayed her works in the USA. Sunta is also a mentor for disadvantaged children in Bagamoyo and teaches them art as a way to offer them a better future.

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Address Goethe-Institut. Alykhan Road 63, Dar es Salaam, tel. +255 (0) 222134800.

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Wood Sculptures Exhibition by Sunta

Goethe-Institut. Alykhan Road 63, Dar es Salaam, tel. +255 (0) 222134800.

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