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.
6 July 2018, Hettie Judah asks, is the lack of social mobility in the arts due to a self-congratulatory conviction that the sector represents the solution rather than the problem?
2 July 2018, Congolese-born art collector Sindika Dokolo says this “long-neglected historical wrong” is finally being addressed—but more can be done.
2 July 2018, Caroline A. Jones asks, with the proliferation of biennials and art fairs around the world has brought with it the rise of a jet-set elite. For all their talk of working with local communities, how much do such events encourage meaningful engagement?
June 2018, By Louise Darblay.
28 June 2018, By Doug Woodham
26 June 2018, Robin Scher takes an in depth look at the repatriation of African artworks.
26 June 2018, Julia Halperin looks at how the Baltimore Museum sold works by Warhol and other white male artists to fund major acquisitions by Jack Whitten, Isaac Julien, and Amy Sherald.
26 June 2018, Eileen Kinsella reports on a new study by US Trust which shows that nearly one third of wealthy women own art or are interested in buying it.