30 July 2018, Charlotte Jansen speaks to Phumzile Khanyile, a young Johannesburg-based photographer and recipient of this year’s Contemporary African Photography Prize, about the family histories and gender stereotypes that she plays with and fights against.
27 July 2018, Nkgopoleng Moloi profiles the work of Byron Fredericks. Byron Fredericks is a Cape Town-born visual artist who earned his BFA from The Pratt Institute in New York, where he is currently based. His practice sees him using colour and mark-making to investigate ideas around identity and socio-political issues.
30 July 2018, Claire Selvin reports that the Mead Art Museum has acquired a large-scale installation by Yinka Shonibare MBE. Titled The American Library Collection (Activists), the work by the English-Nigerian artist comprises 234 books wrapped in Dutch wax print fabric.
27 July 2018 by Ariela Gittlen.
25 July 2018, Andy Battaglia speaks to Touria El Glaoui and Mariane Ibrahim.
24 July 2018, Joseph Nechvatal reviews the 5th edition of Jaou Tunis at the Kamel Lazaar Foundation which brings together the works of various North African artists in a beautiful and oftentimes political display.
23 July 2018 by Alina Cohen.
17 July 2018, Mariusca Moukengue profiles Les Ateliers Sahm.
20 July 2018, Devon Van Houten Maldonado reviews Otobong Nkanga’s exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
20 July 2018, Evan Beard takes an interesting look at how collecting might change in the coming years due to Millennial Collectors.
20 July 2018, IOL looks at Jabulani Dhlamini’s third solo exhibition, iXesha!, at the Goodman Gallery.
19 July 2018, Diane de Beer takes a look at The Javett Art Centre in Pretoria.
19 July 2018, Edward Siddons speak to Pieter Hugo about his best photograph. On the photograph Hugo said “It’s a simple shot with an incredible economy. I wish I could take more like it.”
16 July 2018, by ARTFORUM. At a press conference held at the Palazzo Giustinian in Venice, Paolo Baratta, president of the Venice Biennale, and Ralph Rugoff, curator of the 2019 edition, announced the theme of the upcoming exhibition. Titled “May You Live in Interesting Times,” the biennial will respond to an age-old problem: fake news.