13 May 2019, Curators Rujeko Hockley and Jane Panetta talk about the cultural forces that influenced the show by Terence Trouillot.
11 May 2019, By Malibongwe Tyilo.
10 May 2019, Nine new works by the ubiquitous UK artist are in the Ghana pavilion at the Venice Biennale by Gareth Harris.
9 May 2019, Michael Armitage’s famous painted bark cloths weave multiple narratives from historical and current news media to internet gossip. But most importantly the material connects them to his recollections of Kenya, his country of birth. By Theresa Sigmund.
12 May 2019, by Adrian Searle.
8 May 2019, by Charlotte Higgins.
3 May 2019, With the country’s first appearance at the event, curator Nana Oforiatta Ayim is testing out what a national African pavilion can be. By Caroline Roux.
30 April 2019, by Themba Tsotsi.
3 May 2019, by Tim Leibbrandt.
23 April 2019, by Una Meistere.
2 May 2019 by Isabella Kuijers.
29 April 2019, It will be the first state-funded museum for contemporary art on the continent by Rebecca Anne Proctor.
29 April 2019, By only showing living artists, the artistic director’s exhibition will reflect this time of emergency by Jerry Saltz.
29 April 2019, Eileen Kinsella spoke with the rising Ghanaian artist about his first large-scale public installation in New York.
29 April 2019, Artists describe the often invisible labor they take on to make it in an art world not built to accommodate them by Melissa Smith.
26 April 2019, The fair’s founding director talks about the region’s rising profile and challenging western dominance by Richard Holledge.