15 July 2018, Clayton Press reviews LOVE POWER PEACE, which is Malick Sidibe’s 7th solo show at Jack Shainman Gallery.
13 July 2018, In the paintings of Toyin Ojih Odutola, Zadie Smith uncovers an exhilarating alternative history – and a sensational new talent.
Writing for ARTFORUM, Sean O’Toole reviewed Pulling at Threads currently on view at the Norval Foundation. Both of Nick Cave’s Soundsuit, 2012 and Abdoulaye Konaté’s Composition Bleue avec Orange et Jaune, 2016 are part of the exhibition. O’Toole describes the exhibition as a meditation on craft in contemporary artistic practice, which marshalls works by eight artists—including Nick Cave, Abdoulaye Konaté, and William Kentridge—to stage an argument about the postdigital ‘return to the haptic.” We are thrilled to have the two works as part of the exhibition and to have them recognized in ARTFORUM.
11 July 2018, Elliot Reichert reviews Otobong Nkanga’s exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
11 July 2018, Billie McTernan looks at the vibrant art community working in Ghana.
10 July 2018, Victor Ehihkamenor, a visual artist, writer, and photographer, says the marketability of Nigerian art is improving but it can be better if there are more collectors.
11 July 2018, At the Berlin Biennale, Dineo Seshee Bopape turned the drip-drip-drip of oppressive systems into powerful films and installations, by Josie Thaddeus-Johns.
10 July 2018, Mik Awake profiles the Zoma Museum, a new eco-homage to Ethiopia’s indigenous architecture as well as a distinctly African home for contemporary art.
9 July 2018, Pablo Larios cahts to Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers.