The Mozambican poet and plastic artist Sónia Sultuane, presented last Thursday, at the BCI Private Space in Maputo, an art exhibition entitled "Indigenous", composed of about 50 works, with emphasis on earrings and necklaces, in which the use of wood predominates.
In a well-attended ceremony, which was attended by invited personalities, clients of the Bank, employees, among others, Sónia Sultuane spoke about this creative experience and her partnership with BCI that has contributed to her artistic work.
The Central Deputy Director of Private, Ana Zara Fateally, stressed on the same occasion, the privilege of hosting a unique exhibition, which reveals one of the artistic facets of Sonia Sultuane. Thanking the opportunity that ?provides us with, to once again associate the BCI brand to her works?, she also reiterated BCI's commitment to the development of art and culture.
?BCI understands culture as an asset whose role is, in the current context of Mozambique's development, of capital importance for the preservation of identity and pride of citizens? ? said.
In her creative journey and partnership with BCI, Sónia Sultuane launched, in 2001, her first literary work, entitled ?Sonhos?
In April 2019, she presented, with the artist Jorge Dias, the joint and itinerant exhibition ?Pancho: Other shapes and looks?, in which the artist exhibited a set of works made with different materials, such as plywood, tiles, wood, painting and glass.
The same sample would later be exhibited at the BCI Media Library on Mozambique Island, on the occasion of the celebration of the 201st anniversary of the city of the Island.
In the year 2021, Sultuane launched in the BCI Auditorium, the poetry book entitled "The place of the islands".