The Biography of Tendjibaye Alladoumngar
Any newly-arrived tourist in
Chad will not go very long without having discovered the artwork of
Tendjibaye Alladoumngar, be it his sculptures or his paintings. He
is known for his artwork of daily life in Chad: the village dances, the
preparation of a meal, nomads on a journey... His paintings
encompass the realities of Chadian life, in the north as well as in the
south. Symbolism enters into each of his portraits, with a realism
which is easily interpreted. An example of this can be found in
Director's Conference Room in the Bank of Central African States (BÉAC)
building in downtown N'Djaména. There you will see a seven metre
long tableau of a large dugout canoe transporting six persons. In
the dugout canoe is a barrel of petrol, some lumber, two heads of
cattle, a pile of cocoa fruit, and a bale of cotton, each product
representing the principal wealth of each member state of BÉAC.
2001 CEFOD, N'Djaména, in collaboration with the Catholic University of Yaoundé, Cameroon: Training in the Business Administration of Associations under Jacques Fédry
2000 Ministry of Economic Promotion and Development, N'Djaména: Training course in Engineering and Professional Training
1999 France: Exposition of his paintings
1996 French Cultural Centre in Lomé, Togo : Exposition of his paintings
1988-pres. N'Djaména : Director of the Art College, Secretary General of the Graphic Artists and Sculptors of Chad (AGPT).
1984-1988 The School of Applied Arts in Moundou: contractual teaching post
1986 UNESCO in N'Djaména: Training in booklet illustration
1978-1984 The School of Applied Arts in Sarh: Apprenticeship
1974 - 1977 The School of Applied Arts in Sarh: Study of painting and sculpture
|To contact Tendjibaye
Alladoumngar directly, you can e-mail him at email@example.com.
You may also reach him by telephone at (235) 52-26-27, or write him at
the following address :
Secretary General of "Artistes Graphistes et
Plasticiens du Tchad"
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