Mamadou Saadio Diallo

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His main inspiration are the walls of the city of Dakar, covered with ads and children’s doodles. This is where he first started to paint and where he was spotted by other artists. It’s been a tough path for him as a self-taught artist in Senegal, but thanks to sheer will power and the support of his friends,he is now recognized as an accomplished artist. Saadio’s canvases are brought to life through vivid colors, symbols, and a certain influence from the American artist Basquiat.

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