“Africa’s Last Colony” exhibition

Featured in the Wall Street  International Newspaper for the Hundred Years Gallery, Oct 15th to 28th


Sandblast is excited to have received support from Arts Council England to mark 40 years of conflict in Western Sahara with a series of collaborative events  at two vibrant London venues, Bolivar Hall (Venezuelan embassy) and Hundred Years Gallery.

Through photography, film, music and much more, Africa’s Last Colony aims to remember the most important events that have shaped the independence struggle of the Saharawi people of Western Sahara, as well as to showcase the valuable role of UK-based artists and activists in raising awareness of this underreported issue.

General Gallery and Cafe Hours: Wed-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 4-11pm; Sun, 12-7pm.


Africa's Last Colony @ Hundred Years Gallery.png

All events free (invitation needed for Private View on Oct 15th)

*UK Photographers in exhibition on Western Sahara:  Matt Aslett, Emma Brown, Andy Coules, Steve Franck, Vanessa Galbraith, Alan Gignoux, Carolina Graterol, Robert Griffin, Ingrid Guyon, Ed Harriman, Nilu Izadi, Tomasz Laczny, Olivia Mann, Ali Meziane, Danielle Smith, Simon Thorpe, Quintina Valero. Saharawi artists: photography by Omar Dih, Najla Mohamed, Hajtna Did; calligraphy by Mohamed Suleiman, drawings by Saharawi children courtesy of Enfants Refugés du Monde.