Maud Ntonga, Gallery Director  (left) Noelle Mukete-Elhalaby, Founder  (center)  and Brice Arsene Yonkeu, Founder (right)
Photo credits: Wilfried Koté Amoyi


Bwo, a New Art Gallery in Cameroon, Announces the Opening of its Space

Bwo, the newest commercial art gallery in Cameroon and Central Africa, announces the opening of its space on S ...

Installation view of The Reflections Project organized by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York
Photographer: Isabel Asha Penzlien.
Copyright Yoko Ono


Have You Seen A Horizon Lately?

Taking its title from a song by Yoko Ono, the exhibition explores the politics of space and place and is an in ...

(c) Bronwyn Katz


Turiya Magadlela, Bronwyn Katz, Herman Mbamba at blank

Blank is opening it’s new space with solo exhibitions by Turiya Magadlela, Bronwyn Katz and Herman Mbam ...

Moffat Takadiwa Plastic Smile, 2016 Technique mixtes, brosses à dents et tubes aérosols trouvés 220 x 160 x 15 cm Courtesy Moffat Takadiwa et WHATIFTHEWORLD, Cape Town © Frank Elis ; © Moffat Takadiwa


Le Jour qui vient – Group Show

This exhibition designed by Marie-Ann Yemsi, offers an encounter with a brand new generation of artists from t ...

Cinthia Sifa Mulanga, All my Emos, 2022. Courtesy  of Norval Foundation


Shortlist for The Norval Sovereign African Art Prize 2023 Revealed

Norval Foundation and The Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF) today announced the names of 30 artists shortlisted a ...

Grada Kilomba, A World of Illusions, 2022. Courtesy of Norval Foundation


Grada Kilomba: A World of Illusions

Norval Foundation presents an immersive installation A World of Illusions: Grada Kilomba in Gallery 1 at Norva ...

Kudzanai Chiurai, We Live in Silence XVIIII, 2017, photograph
Courtesy of the artist and the Goodman Gallery


Ubuntu, a Lucid Dream – Group Show

The exhibition is an invitation to occupy the Ubuntu¹, a space which is still little frequented by our imagin ...

Dennis Muraguri, Dexxy Ongata Line Sacco, 2017. Courtesy the artist and Circle Art Agency, -54 Contemporary African Art Fair will mark its sixth consecutive edition at Somerset House, London, 4 – 7 October 2018. The fair’s second Marrakech edition will take place in February 2019, and the fifth New York edition will take place in May 2019.

Art Fairs 

1-54 FORUM London 2018

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair has announced details of 1-54 FORUM, the fair’s extensive talks programme ...

Exhibition view of Bronwyn Katz, “A silent line, lives here”, Palais de Tokyo (22.06 – 09.09.2018). Photo: André Morin. Sam Art Projects Resident, Courtesy of the artist and blank (Le Cap)

A Silent Line Lives Here 

Bronwyn Katz: Overcoming Boundaries in Poetic Ways

Paris is a city of sophisticated codes where the way you wear your handkerchief can signify your family clan. ...

Exhibition view of Bronwyn Katz, “A silent line, lives here”, Palais de Tokyo (22.06. - 09.09.2018). Photo: André Morin.
Sam Art Projects Resident, Courtesy of the artist and blank (Le Cap)


Bronwyn Katz : A Silent Line, Lives Here

As a multi-disciplinary artist, Bronwyn Katz produces installations, sculptures, videos and performances. In h ...

Musa N. Nxumalo, Anthology of Youth, Doowap 2, 2016. Giclee Print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag. Courtesy Smac Gallery

African Biennale of Photography  

Bamako Hypothesizes the Future without Neglecting the Past

In his book Afrotopia, the Senegalese economist and scholar Felwine Sarr advocates for a new Africa as a place ...

Kelvon Haizel, Things and Nothings, 2017. Photo: C&

Installation View 

Rencontres de Bamako – 11th African Biennale of Photography


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