We are a space designed and curated for African artists to express their creative givings, thoughts and beliefs on African femininity.
Forme Femine Art focuses on artwork that addresses historical, radical, global and expressions of the feminine form in contemporary art. The FFA places conservative and liberal values of femininity in dialogue, exploring questions of representation in the arts on an international stage. In doing so, FFA centers the afro-feminine form and primarily represents work by indigenous African artists.
Our collections explore the age-old intricate relationship between the feminine form. In a time when gender equality remains elusive, FFA highlights the nuances through which feminine art, identity and theory can be better acknowledged and appreciated.
Founder & Curator
Charlene is a Nigerian creative, entrepreneur and art curator. She is the founder and curator of Forme Femine Art. A lover of aesthetics and advocate for the African feminine, Charlene believes art is a tool for influencing and changing stereotypical narratives across the globe.
Laetitia is a reader of African cosmopoles and cultural politics, informed by an upbringing between Chad, Cote d'Ivoire, Tunisia, Madagascar and the United States. She curated Africanist journals and exhibits while at Stanford University.
Simon started his career as Venture Developer and Entrepreneur in Nigeria and Zambia. He is managing a FinTech in Berlin since his return from the Continent.
Nadine is a curator, researcher and art historian with focus on photography, media art and postcolonial theory. In the past she has curated numerous exhibitions,