11 June 2018, Lisa Isaac’s reports that Haroon Gunn-Salie’s worj, Senzenina, will be among an elite group of work displayed in London’s Regents Park as part of Frieze. The work captures the ghosts of those slain in the Marikana Massacre and has recently been on exhibit as part of the New Museum Triennale in New York.
11 June 2018, Misha Krynauw reviews Dada Khanyisa’s first solo exhibition, Bamb’iphone, at Stevenson Cape Town.
8 June 2018, Emily Wilson discusses the interaction between The Deluge, a monumental J.M.W Turner painting showing a Biblical flood and John Akomfrah’s Vertigo Sea which are currently paired at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
6 June 2018, Isabella Kuijers reviews Lisa Brice’s first exhibition at the Tate Britain which forms part of the Art Now programme.
Zoe Whitley speaks to Lubaina Himid about black visibility, historical trauma, and the power of the ordinary in her paintings.
2 June 2018, Kadish Morris looks at Lubaina Himid’s exhibition ‘Our Kisses are Petals’ which is currently on show at the BALTIC, Gateshead.