Organic Love for Art: Fungai Marima

Organic Love for Art: Fungai Marima

Organic Love for Art: Fungai Marima On a drizzly January afternoon, Fungai Marima welcomes Rootencial to her art studio in London’s majestic Old Manor Park Library. One of the UK’s first free public libraries when it opened in 1905, it remained a hub of intellectual...
Leaving a mark: Primo José Meñan

Leaving a mark: Primo José Meñan

Leaving A Print: Primo José Meñan Rootencial is delighted to introduce Primo José Meñan, now also known by his artistic pseudonym Afriquito, who reflects on some of the experiences that have helped define his new passion – theater. His story, full of reflection...
Art Runs Through My Veins: Emmanuel Awanga

Art Runs Through My Veins: Emmanuel Awanga

Art Runs Through My Veins: Emmanuel Awanga Rootencial is delighted to introduce Emmanuel Awanga, a painter and an artist in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the largest French-speaking city in the world. Exhibiting his work in a vibrant...
Dreams, Identity & Stories : Alejandra Evui Salmerón

Dreams, Identity & Stories : Alejandra Evui Salmerón

Dreams, Identity & Stories: Alejandra Evui Salmerón Ntutumu Rootencial is delighted to introduce Alejandra Evui Salmerón Ntutumu, a telecommunications engineer born in Spain to an Equatorial-Guinean mother from Niefang and to Spanish father from Murcia. Alejandra...
Be Who You Are: Pamela Ohene Nyako

Be Who You Are: Pamela Ohene Nyako

Be Who You Are: Pamela Ohene Nyako Rootencial is delighted to introduce Pamela Ohene Nyako, a 26-year old academic and afrofeminist from Geneva. She conducts research on Black European history at the University of Geneva and founded and leads Afrolitt, a Black...