17 September 2018, Sarah Rose Sharp looks at Laura De Becker’s first major exhibition at the University of Michigan Museum of Art which has put its expansive historical African art holdings in conversation with contemporary art of the continent.
11 September 2018, With a forthcoming solo show at Tiwani Contemporary, London, the artist discusses Niger-Delta food traditions, ‘disaster narratives’ and environmental challenges by Ismail Einashe.
7 September 2018 by Diane Solway.
30 August 2018, At Gasworks, London, the sea is an archive of disaster, but one containing depths of potential by Tendai John Mutambu.
29 August 2018, Tymon Smith reviews On Common Ground at Goodman Gallery.
24 August 2018, Kopano Maroga writes about Dineo Seshee Bopape’s Untitled (Of Occult Instability) [Feelings] at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art as part of the 10th Berlin Biennale.
24 August 2018, Adams’s artworks have a compelling sense of incompleteness, as the viewer is pressed to consider what is missing within his representations by Kealey Boyd.
August 2018, Sory Sanlé’s potent portraits of West African youth culture in the 1970s captured Burkina Faso at a pivotal moment of emergence. Now in his 70s, the photographer has been living in relative obscurity, an unsung bastion of Voltaic photography’s golden age – until now. By Tom Seymour.