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We are Nutatart, where passion meets purpose. Our canvas is a tribute to little-known African artists, each stroke echoing a story untold. Here, we play the role of admirers and supporters, not creators.

We believe in direct support. That's why we purchase each piece directly from the artist at their listed price, ensuring they receive the recognition and reward they deserve. Every transaction is a brushstroke in the artist's journey.

Beyond being a marketplace, we are advocates. With the artists' explicit authorization, we proudly showcase and resell their art, driven by the sole goal of promoting their unique talents on a global scale.

Join us in this artistic journey – where walls become galleries and stories become masterpieces.

The Name - A Playful Symphony: Nutata means "art" in Ewé, a local language in Togo. So, Nutatart is a play on words, a harmonious blend of cultures that dances on the tongue. It's not just a name; it's a celebration of creativity that transcends borders."


Meet the visionaries behind the masterpieces. Discover their stories, inspirations, and the soul poured into each creation.

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Komlan Edoh

Born on June 5, 1984 in TOGO, in the city of Lomé, Komlan Edoh, also known as Eden, has been passionate about art and creativity since his early childhood. Drawing became a great passion for him from primary school onwards, revealing his artistic talent.


Over the years, he realized that his true calling was to become a painter. This passion led him to work with the Togolese painter Robert FALSCHAU, where he honed his skills in painting and decoration. In 2004, he fully immersed himself in the art world and made it his profession. He participated in numerous exhibitions in Togo and abroad, including in Benin, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire, and Europe.


His inspiration comes from his surroundings and experiences, which is reflected in the works he creates.

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Amouzou Komlanvi Sédji
Amouzou Komlanvi Sédji, known artistically as Sédji G., underwent training in Plastic Arts (Painting) under the renowned Togolese painter Robert Falschau. He is currently practicing as a master trainer at the Lomé Artisanal Center.
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