4 September 2018, Will Furtado talks to Meleko Mokgosi about “identity”.
31 August 2018, Kenyan artist Mimi Cherono Ng’ok creates images containing grainy nostalgia. Presented to the viewer like fragments of a dream or memory, they draw you back to your own past, poking at your own glimpses of people and places that remind you of home by Christa Dee.
3 September 2018, Art Basel 2019 will introduce a sliding scale for booth fees, as well as other discounts to ease the burden on young galleries by Tim Schneider.
31 August 2018 by Alina Cohen.
30 August 2018, At Gasworks, London, the sea is an archive of disaster, but one containing depths of potential by Tendai John Mutambu.
29 August 2018, Tymon Smith reviews On Common Ground at Goodman Gallery.
27 August 2018, The University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) promises that its ICA Live Art Festival 2018, which runs from 1 to 16 September, will explore new forms, break boundaries, flout aesthetic conventions, tackle controversies, confront audiences and experiment with perceptions.
27 August 2018, Gifts received over the years from established and young artists have become Nonzaliseko Hodini’s nest egg. By Valeria Geselev.
23 August 2018, Amy Ellenbogen sits down with ArtThrob to provide the inside scoop on her curatorial vision for this year’s fair.
24 August 2018, Kopano Maroga writes about Dineo Seshee Bopape’s Untitled (Of Occult Instability) [Feelings] at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art as part of the 10th Berlin Biennale.
24 August 2018 by Nate Freeman.
24 August 2018, Adams’s artworks have a compelling sense of incompleteness, as the viewer is pressed to consider what is missing within his representations by Kealey Boyd.
23 August 2018, Chloe Stead looks at conference at the Salzburg Summer Academy which demonstrated the contentious issues at stake when dealing with the legacy of colonialism – and possible ways forward.