14 November 2019, Mercedes Vilardell fell in love with the art when she visited Malick Sidibé’s studio. Now she travels to Africa several times a year by Ted Loos.
12 November 2019, Two arts educational projects in South Africa have been providing Black students with critical tools since the time of apartheid. Still going strong and winning awards, the Market Theatre Laboratory and the Market Photo Workshop are shining examples of how a mode of learning that is between formal and informal can make a positive difference in the world. South African writer Edward Tsumele speaks to Market Theatre Foundation chief executive Ismail Mahomed about developing critically inclined artists in South Africa. A conversation between Edward Tsumele and Ismail Mahomed.
14 November 2019, Choumali has won the $100,000 Prix Pictet by Naomi Rea.
11 November 2019, The artist remaps strategies of power both on and off the canvas by Catherine Wagley.
11 November 2019, Beyond the classic works on view at the mega galleries stands, there were many younger artists to discover in the Grand Palais by Hili Perlson.
5 November 2019, Against the backdrop of impending recession, the event is on a mission to become the preeminent contemporary art fair on the continent by Rebecca Anne Proctor.
4 November 2019, The curator planned a sequel to his legendary “Postwar” exhibition as part of the next Sharjah Biennial by Taylor Dafoe.
4 November 2019, by Nkgopoleng Moloi.
25 October 2019, Frustrated by how Morocco was merely treated as a backdrop at shoots, Hajjaj eclipsed limiting stereotypes with expansive, complex personalities by Anahita Toodehfallah.
23 October 2019, The artist’s work is steeped in theory and history. He hopes it makes viewers see outside themselves by Laura van Straaten.
16 October 2019, In a sprawling new photography exhibition at the Ryerson Image Center, the joy of self-definition offers its own form of resistance by Beandrea July.
16 October 2019, Some see the sale as a bellwether for the market for modern and contemporary art from Africa by Kate Brown.