7 June 2018, Kate Brown speaks to Gabi Ngcobo and Thiago de Paula Souza to discuss the upcoming 10th Berlin Biennale and how the team are following up Germany’s year of mega exhibitions.
30 May 2018, Jose Da Silva reports on a new art festival, Evora Africa, in rural Portugal which shines the light on African art.
23 May 2018, James H. Miller looks at the first US survey of the Congolese artist Bodys Isek Kingelez (1948–2015) at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, which offers a fresh approach to this visionary artist.
15 May 2018, Chase Quinn takes a look at the work of Toyin Ojih Odutola and how a series of portraits of a fictional aristocratic Nigerian family is a push toward an expanded definition of the ‘black experience’.
10 May 2018, Adam Yates reviews Penny Siopis’s current exhibit at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA), This is a True Story.
10 May 2018, Alexxa Gotthardt looks at Anna Boghiguian’s first US solo exhibition at the New Museum in New York City.
7 May 2018, Laura Gilbert reports on a new body dedicated exclusively to resolving art disputes, the Court of Arbitration for Art (CAA), which will be formally launched 7 June in the Hague by the Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) and the nonprofit Authentication in Art.
7 May 2018, Christopher Knight takes a look at Meleko Mokgosi’s exhibition at the UCLA Fowler Museum.
2 May 2018, Sarah Cascone previews Art21’s Peabody Award-winning television series Art in the Twenty-First Century which is coming back for its ninth season. It will include features on South African artists Zanele Muholi and Robin Rhode.
26 April 2018, Cristina Ruiz reports on the opening of the Norval Foundation in Cape Town.