August 2018, Marthe Van der Wolf spoke to the Vintage Addis Ababa collective, consisting of Philipp Schütz, Wongel Abebe and Nafkot Gebeyehu, about their aim is to preserve fragile historical resources by telling the stories of everyday people from Addis Ababa’s history.
16 August 2018, Alex Greenberger looks at John Akomfrah’s show at the New Museum and an Adrian Piper retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art.
16 August 2018 by Gareth Harris. Haroon Gunn-Salie’s installation of 17 headless men represents victims of Marikana shootings.
12 August 2018 by Fisun Güner. A new book featuring five years of recorded conversations between South African artist William Kentridge and writer Denis Hirson traces twenty years of friendship against the backdrop of the rich visual heritage and political strife of Johannesburg.
11 August 2018 by Victoria L. Valentine.
8 August 2018. When a gallery’s focus is set firmly on its relationships with its artists, magic is made, and that’s the secret to how Stevenson gallery is contributing to the growing success of the African art market by Sarah Browning-de Villiers.
8 August 2018, Robin Pogrebin looks at how a growing number of museums are addressing diversity with new urgency.
8 August 2018, Nana Oforiatta Ayim writes about ANO, a self-described “Institute of Arts & Knowledge” in Accra, Ghana, that since 2002 has presented exhibitions and educational programs in the city and organized roaming initiatives, including the Mobile Museum Project and The Cultural Encyclopaedia, a collective archive initiative devoted to past and present culture from around the African continent.