Curator Antonella Pisilli of Kyo Noir Gallery in Viterbo, which spotlights contemporary African art, brings together a selection of drawings by the late Frédéric Bruly Bouabré, an Ivory Coast native known for his symbolic imagery, largely inspired by the folklore of his homeland, and his probing into the histories of Africa. Bouabré’s legacy is also tied to his second identity as Cheik Nadro, literally translated as “he who does not forget”, and an embodiment of the philosophical principles that guided him. The opening reception will take place on February 8 at 6pm.