Jan 20, 2010, 1:47 PM
The "imigongo" are geometrical structures made of wood, covered with cow dung and painted with natural pigments ranging from white and black to ochre. The paintings date from the early 19th century, when prince Kakira started using them to decorate the inside of houses.
Originating from the eastern
Besides the beauty of these paintings, it is interesting to highlight that all materials used are natural: Whereas the traditional motifs are geometrical, in recent years more modern patterns have also been used.
The exhibition has been organised by KBJ Conferences, produced by OKO Drammeh Multi Media and will take place this