5 September 2017, Julia Halperin takes a look at two Julie Mehretu paintings recently installed at SFMOMA. The paintings are said to be larger than Leonardo’s Last Supper, or Raphael’s The School of Athens.
30 August 2017, Andy Battaglia takes a look at the strong contingent of African artists who will be performing at the Performa Biennial in New York throughout November 2017.
28 August 2017, Struan Douglas previews the upcoming FNB Joburg Art Fair.
15 August 2017, Diane Solway profiles artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby for W magazine.
15 August 2017, Christian Lund interviews Angolan artist Nástio Mosquito about his invigorating multidisciplinary practice, which investigates universally human characteristics in a teasing, polemic and humorous way.
3 August 2017, Hilarie M. Sheets previews Julie Mehretu’s monumental new commission for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
1 August 2017, Melvyn Minnaar takes a look at Documenta 14 and the various social issues which artists are engaging with.
30 July 2017, Anna Louis Sussman looks at the role that Jeffrey Deitch, Citibank and Christo played in shaping the modern day art market.
14 July 2017, Art Forum reveals the artist’s taking part in the 15th Istanbul Biennial, to be curated by Elmgreen & Dragset.
14 July 2017, Art Forum covers the launch of the upcoming edition of Rencontres de Bamako in Mali.
14 July 2017, John McDonald reviews Ray Hughes collection of African art.
6 July 2017, Fred Scott takes a look at the optimism within the African art market in 2017.
26 June 2017, Charlotte Jansen surveys Ghanaian sculpture Paa Joe and his latest work being shown at Jack Shainman Gallery.
29 June 2017, Tim Schneider takes an interesting look at dealers don’t actually want a digital revolution.
19 May 2017, M Neelika Jayawardane takes an in depth look at Africa’s representation at the 57th Venice Biennale.
22 June 2017, Robin Scher looks at the upcoming partnership between Documenta and Fundação Sindika Dokolo.
13 June 2017, Nate Freeman profiles the 2017 edition of Art Basel in the wake of the $110 million Basquiat and 57th Venice Biennale.