The exhibition pays Ivory Coast’s most significant 20th-century artist long-overdue appreciation and manifests his importance within art history.
Out now! New Print Issues: C& and documenta fifteen
Ann Mbuti looks behind the scenes of a joint project between C& and documenta fifteen that has resulted in four very unique print issues.
From the Archive
From the reenactment of art conferences in Africa to South-South collaborations, we revisit articles that examine Blackness in a global art context.
The South African photographer presents us with an alternative and joyful portrait of Black experiences on the continent.
Relentlessly questioning political power relations, Sekubulwa chooses the image of the human brain to depict postcolonial vulnerability – and hope.
Rose Jepkorir spoke to the New York-based artist to dive into her work that explores the strange in between places through abstraction.
Inventing Your Own Game
In the “post-war” period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…
ruby onyinyechi amanze crafts intricate collaged drawings that look like moments of choreographed…
Good to Hear
Knowledge production has never been so swift, intersectional, and accessible. And much of…
After a decade of collecting artworks by artists of African descent with his…
Art X Lagos 2020
Tokini Peterside explains how Art X Lagos adapted to the pandemic and to…
The Yemisi Shyllon Museum of Art
Four years ago, Africa's biggest art collector, Prince Yemisi Shyllon, started the process…
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