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Spaces of Collective Learning, Relearning and Unlearning with Drama Queens

The queer-feminist collective shares its actions and visions with the newly founded W'AHU Magazine, which celebrates Ghana's diverse communities.

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Hamedine Kane. Installation view of „Export-Import” featuring works by Younes Baba-Ali, Mbaye Diop, and Hamedine Kane. Photo: Morel Donou. Courtesy of Selebe Yoon.

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OFF Biennale Dakar 2024

The OFF is ON! Find here are some impressions of the exciting exhibitions, talks and performances happening in Dakar right now!

Manyaku Mashilo: Intuition is the Place

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Manyaku Mashilo: Intuition is the Place

Kim M Reynolds dives into the poetic work of multifaceted visual artist Manyaku Mashilo, encountering the possibility of invention.

The conceptual team of the 36th São Paulo Biennial (from left to right): Keyna Eleison, Anna Roberta Goetz, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Alya Sebti, Thiago de Paula Souza, and Henriette Gallus. Photo: Fundação Bienal de São Paulo.


Conceptual Team for the 36th Bienal de São Paulo Announced

The team assembled by chief curator Ndikung is made up of Alya Sebti, Anna Roberta Goetz, Thiago de Paula Souza, Keyna Eleison and Henriette Gallus.

View of Sonia Boyce, Feeling Her Way, British Pavilion, 59th Venice Biennale, 2022. Photo: Rob Battersby. @ Leeds Art Gallery.


Toronto Biennial of Art 2024 Reveals Title, Artist List, and Venues

With 'Precarious Joys', curators Dominique Fontaine and Miguel A. López present 36 Canadian and international artists at 12 venues around the city.

Elsadig Mohamed Janka, The Adoration, from Ahmed My Beloved series, 2016, Courtesy of Borderlands Art.

In Conversation

Elsadig Mohamed Janka: Liminal Space is a Place of Creativity and Vision

Janka’s latest solo exhibition is a deeply personal journey into his spirituality, his closest friendship, and the circumstances of his life.

(left) Lebohang Kganye; (right) Re shapa setepe sa lenyalo II, 2013 © Lebohang Kganye, Courtesy the artist.


Lebohang Kganye Awarded Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2024

For her exhibition at Foam Amsterdam in 2023, Lebohang Kganye receives the prestigious prize endowed with £30,000.

Weaam El Masry, Fragments – (b. 1976, Egypt). Drawing on toned paper


Weaam El Masry Receives Public Vote Prize of the NSAAP 2024

El Masry's work “Fragments” convinced and touched the audience through the deep reflection of her own personal memories and inner world.

Karimah Ashadu, Installation view Venice Biennale Machine Boys, 2024. Photo: Lorenzo Palmieri.

60th Venice Biennale

Ancestors and Liberation at Pedrosa’s Foreigners Everywhere

Vibrant and challenging complexities of decolonial thinking, intimacy, resistance, and joy are displayed in Venice, writes María Inés Plaza Lazo.

Zohra Opoku,‘I am the one who shines, the one who is above the district of the sky. I go forth to the sky. I climb upon the sun’s rays. O, I am weary, I am weary, (yet) I proceed.', (Detail) 2023. Courtesy of the artist and Mariane Ibrahim

15th Dakar Biennale

The Off is On! Why We Should All Still Be in Dakar

Here, Black Pages from Dakar shares a long list of exciting exhibitions and events taking place alongside the OFF Biennale.

Tegene Kunbi, Installation View at the 14th Dakar Biennale, 2022. Photo: Roseline Olang’ Odhiambo.


Dakar Biennale 2024 Postponed Due to Political Unrest

Following changes in Senegal's cultural and political leadership, the country is postponing the Biennale until November 7 to December 7, 2024.

Joy Maringa. Installation view at Kobo Trust. Photo: Mūhunyo Maina

Letter from Nairobi

New Talent and New Avenues in Nairobi’s Art Scene

Mūhunyo Maina reviews the artistic offerings in Kenia’s capital in the first quarter of 2024.




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