22 February 2020, by Galerie Perrotin.
24 March 2020, Also, the owner of a gallery, this young mover and shaker opens up to us about his practice and what inspires him by Gary Cotterell.
25 March 2020, The artist, who has been tapped by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister for a major project, is also a Hugo Boss Prize nominee by Will Fenstermaker.
24 March 2020, by Zaza Hlalethwa.
23 March 2020, With shades of the flâneur, the artist wanders the German philosopher’s rural retreat at Todtnauberg in a new series of short films by Tom Morton.
23 March 2020, by Caroline Goldstein.
20 March 2020, The 2020 edition of FotoFest, Houston, curated by Mark Sealy, contends with photography’s colonial history and its capacity to speak for black subjects by Andrew Hibbard.
15 March 2020, In his new book, Africa State of Mind, Ekow Eshun celebrates contemporary African photography. Here he showcases the work of artists looking at the self and sexuality, from Zanele Muholi to Eric Gyamfi, The Guardian.
12 March 2020, by Agwu Enekwachi
March 2020, by Nolan Stevens.
5 March 2020, by Benjamin Sutton.
10 March 2020, The first entirely state-funded art museum on the continent is also a relic of a turbulent political and economic history by Rebecca Anne Proctor.
27 February 2020, Drawn from archival photographs, memories, and imagination, Cassi Namoda’s family portraits emanate warmth and comfort by Lizzy Vartanian Collier.
27 February 2020, Contemporary African art has never yet found a place at Tefaf Maastricht, but Tafeta is changing all that by Melanie Gerlis.
24 February 2020, by Oluremi C. Onabanjo.
24 February 2020, While some fear foreign speculators will snap up major works cheaply, others look to the growing number of African collectors and their private museums by Naomi Rea.
23 February 2020, by Lanre Bakare.