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( Born in 1968). He lives and works in Lomé, Togo
Tete Azankpo is a Togolese political artist who deals with the social and communal circumstances of his home country in his works. He reflects on a disguise and masquerades, delusion and prevarication in the behavior of humans, which he, in particular, sees in the public appearances of politicians in both his home country and across Europe.
Tété Azankpo is a self-taught artist who has been showing his work across Africa and Europe. In 1996, Azankpo set up his own studio in Lomé and held his first exhibition of wood sculptures in 1997.
He was awarded a scholarship from the Heinrich Böll Foundation for the winter of 2008/2009,
Living and working in the Foundation's atelier house in Langenbroich, not far from Dueren for four months.
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