23 April 2018, Jackie Bischof chats to Lekgetho Makola, the head of the Market Photo Workshop, about its philosophy and approach to teaching.
24 April 2018, Jordan G. Teicher chats to Roger Ballen about his photography and his artistic evolution.
23 April 2018, Melissa Gronlund looks at Ibrahim El Salahi’s first retrospective, Ibrahim El-Salahi: A Sudanese Artist in Oxford at the Ashmolean Museum.
20 April 2018, Hettie Judah talks to Lubaina Himid about using her enhanced clout to request that galleries showing her work reach out to black artists living and working nearby and include them in events like talks and debates that run with the exhibitions.
18 April 2018, Benjamin Sutton looks at photography’s influence and impact on how South Africans remember their pasts and picture their futures.
16 April 2018, Tom Jeffereys looks at new report which suggests that women, people from working-class backgrounds and BAME workers all face significant exclusion in the creative industries in the UK.
16 April 2018, Julie Boukobza interviews Neïl Beloufa about “L’Ennemi de mon ennemi,” his current exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.
13 April 2018, Mary Carole McCauley reveals that The Baltimore Museum of Art is selling seven artworks by such 20th-century masters as Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg and Franz Kline to make way for pieces by contemporary artists of color and women including South African artist Zanele Muholi.
13 April 2018, Abe Ahn reviews Meleko Mokgosi’s paintings currently on view in Bread, Butter, and Power at the Fowler Museum. Mokgosi questions democratic ideals in his paintings of contemporary life in Botswana.
5 April 2018, Artforum reports on Decolonize This Place’s open letter demanding that the Brooklyn Museum do more to address representation in its museum. The collective has urged the museum to introduce a “Decolonization Commission” that would help the museum “redress ongoing legacies of oppression, especially when it comes to the status of African art and culture.”
10 April 2018, Nadja Sayei looks at the new exhibition which celebrates black artists who use themes of time travel, technology and heroism to convey a broader image of the African experience.
10 April 2018, Andrew Russeth covers the ongoing legal battle that the Berkshire Museum has been fighting in order to sell works from its collection in order to raise money to cover ongoing museum costs.
9 April 2018, Jonathan Mandel reviews Otobong Nkanga’s current exhibition To Dig a Hole that Collapses Again at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
9 April 2018, Eileen Kinsella reports on how Postmaster Gallery has joined Patreon to seek financial support from their fans via monthly subscriptions.
5 April 2018, Jerry Salts reviews two spectacular Cy Twombly shows at Larry Gagosian Gallery in New York.
6 April 2018, The Malay Online takes and interesting look at April’s upcoming photography auctions and how four seemingly identical photographs can have four very different estimates. The photograph in question is Alfred Stieglitz’s, The Steerage, 1907 and the article looks at how fine details between the four works have a substantial influence on the final estimate.
6 April 2018, Lexi Manatakis looks at the legacy of Seydou Keïta in the lead up to an exhibition of his work at Amsterdam’s FOAM Museum titled Seydou Keïta – Bamako Portraits. The exhibition runs until June 20 2018.
5 April 2018, Kate Brown covers the The UK government’s plan to ban the sale of ivory of any age in order to protect elephants for future generations.