So far the course of action is apparently working. Actually at 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair London 2019, a normal £60,000 worth of work by three Ethiopian and diaspora specialists was sold - Merikokeb Berhanu, Tadesse Mesfin and Ermias Kifleyesus
"The chief goal is to help Ethiopian experts with getting more overall transparency," says Haileleul. "It's the technique associated with building an expansion. That suggests, now and again, showing works in our space, yet more altogether, getting the work into the huge, critical worldwide fairs."
These affiliations have exhibited to be extremely valuable - just a month and a half ensuing to opening, Addis Fine Art wound up at the Armory Show in New York, a critical defeat for a for the most part energetic, fantastic presentation. The presentation has since displayed at tremendous fairs in Dubai, London, Paris, Johannesburg and Lagos. In a short space of time, it has shot to the actual front of the African craftsmanship scene.