Since opening in 2016, Adds Fine Art has gone from being the main blank area exhibition in Ethiopia, to a universally perceived craftsmanship house. Its objective is straightforward: give Ethiopian and diaspora specialists a stage to feature their works past Africa. As of late hailed as perhaps the main youthful exhibitions on the planet by online craftsmanship stage Artsy, Culture Trip addresses Mesa Hillel, the display's fellow benefactor, about its central goal to make contemporary and present day Ethiopian workmanship an easily recognized name.
It's a commonly frantic Saturday evening in Bole, Addis Ababa's lively diversion locale. Ethiopian popular music blasts out of a close by arcade as the scandalous traffic creeps past. The bistros around Edna Mall are loaded with macchiato-tasting 20-year-olds; the roads are occupied with individuals in motion. Only one road back, along an unassuming, dusty street, it's an alternate story by and large. Concealed away from the groups, Adds Fine Art sits on the third floor of a pink pinnacle block. It's one of Africa's most energizing displays, however similar as Ethiopia's contemporary craftsmanship scene, it's not entirely obvious on the off chance that you don't have a clue where to look.