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With Ĩ Ndaffa, the fourteenth edition of the Dakar Biennale calls for the transmutation of concepts and the foundation of new meanings.
Haynes joins the Queens Museum from the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University to start in mid-July.
59th Venice Biennale
The prestigious award goes to Leigh for her participation in the main show and to Boyce's British Pavilion, special mentions to Uganda and France.
Among two other artists, Ingrid Pollard and Veronica Ryan are on the shortlist for this year's Turner Prize.
Being the first Black woman to represent Britain, Boyce’s will show a multi-media installation comprising video, sound, wallpaper and sculptures.
The curator and art historian has been appointed Lecturer in Contemporary Art at Liverpool University and Research Curator at Tate Liverpool.
12 artists from 9 African countries will jointly reflect on the future of cities and communities to find and push forward new urban agendas.
Dekoloniale and C& choose Lulu Jemimah, Maya Alam and Vitjitua Ndjiharine for the 2022 residencies in Writing, Architecture and Design.
For her "melancholic meditation on Zambia’s colonial and postcolonial histories", visual artist Kalichini wins the prize in memory of Henrike Grohs.
The Toronto Biennale of Art honored Camille Turner, whose work reveals colonial Canada's involvement in the transatlantic slave trade.
Writer an Curator Fadzai Muchemwa will take the curatorial lead of Contemporary Art at one of Harare's oldest and most important art museums.
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