18 February 2018, Alex Greenberger reports on a developing story involving Neil Beloufa, Parker Bright and Palais de Tokyo. Beloufa used an image of the artist Parker Bright protesting Dana Schutz’s painting Open Casket (2016) during last years Whitney Biennial in his current exhibition at Palais de Tokyo. Parker believes that Beloufa is appropriating his narrative without consent.
17 February 2018, Blouin Artinfo features Igshaan Adam’s current exhibition, ‘Al Latif’at blank projects.
16 February 2018, Tumelo Mosaka (Curator of the Cape Town Art Fair) talks about about the ‘Tomorrows/Today’ exhibit that highlights future stars at the Cape Town Art Fair.
14 February 2018, Cameron Vernali looks at Meleko Mokgosi’s exhibition “Bread, Butter, and Power,” which is on view at the Fowler Museum until 1 July 2018.
13 February 2018, Benjamin Sutton reviews the New Museum Triennial which features numerous artists from the African continent including Haroon Gunn-Salie, Gresham Tapiwa Nyaude and Lydia Ourahmane.
6 February 2018, Matthew Collings reviews Yto Barrada’s current exhibition at the Barbican Centre.
3 February 2018, Melissa Gronlund reports on Serge Attukwei Clottey, the Ghanaian artist who uses the money he earns from selling his artworks on an international circuit to benefit his community and to spread information about different environmental and human rights abuses.
1 February 2018, Ben Luke talks to Lydia Ourahmane about her practice and how she explores her family’s experiences living in the shadow of colonialism.
30 January 2018, Naomi Rea reports on Ibrahim Mahama’s latest exhibition where he asks what Europe should do with its colonial monuments. This is especially interesting in the aftermath of the Rhodes Must Fall movement in South Africa.