11 August 2018 by Isabella Wang.
10 August 2018, Jasmine Weber reports that the artist’s candid event photographs demand the spotlight in his current exhibition in New York.
8 August 2018, Artsy ran two different articles which argued different sides of the debate surrounding Artist Resale Rights.
8 August 2018. When a gallery’s focus is set firmly on its relationships with its artists, magic is made, and that’s the secret to how Stevenson gallery is contributing to the growing success of the African art market by Sarah Browning-de Villiers.
8 August 2018, Robin Pogrebin looks at how a growing number of museums are addressing diversity with new urgency.
8 August 2018, Nana Oforiatta Ayim writes about ANO, a self-described “Institute of Arts & Knowledge” in Accra, Ghana, that since 2002 has presented exhibitions and educational programs in the city and organized roaming initiatives, including the Mobile Museum Project and The Cultural Encyclopaedia, a collective archive initiative devoted to past and present culture from around the African continent.
7 August 2018 by Laura Collinson. This October, Somerset House and 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair will present new and rarely seen works from the internationally renowned South African artist Athi-Patra Ruga. In what will be his first major solo UK exhibition, Ruga will reveal a mythical world which challenges perceptions of cultural identity and parodies the construction of the South African nation-state, in the post-apartheid era.