Marie-Claire Messouma Manlanbien's "#Map 28" at the ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS – SUMMER EXHIBITION: ‘RECLAIMING THE MAGIC’
King Houndekpinkou at the ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS – SUMMER EXHIBITION: ‘RECLAIMING THE MAGIC’
Ceramic artists: top trail-glazers breaking the mould. A way with clay: contemporary ceramic artists are firing up the canon into a new age
Until 2nd May, Ivorian artist and designer Jean-Sarvais Somian exhibits selected artworks at Unique Design x Savannah
Emo de Medeiros answers questions about his participation to the "Ex Africa" exhibition at Musee du Quai Branly
“Street Dragon I” (2018), shoes, wire, and screws on a metal stand, 64.5 x 16 x 15.5 inches
"How will we live together?" is the theme of the Biennale opening later this month.
'Lost.in between.together" is curated by Alexia Tala
Artnet reflects on the complex context- due to Covid- in which the 13th Gwangju Biennial is being staged.
"Mind Rising, Spirits Tunning" is the title of the 13th Gwangju Biennial- directed by Defne Ayas and Natasha Ginwala.
"Contemporary Benin" is organised businessman Idelphonse Affogbolo with the view "to obtain support from African countries and their public decision-makers “in setting up funds to acquire works […] in order to bring together our artists’ best artworks on African soil.”
The exhibition curated by 50 Golborne creates a dialogue between new artworks by Sanaa Gateja and King Houndekpinkpou in a Parisian "Salon".
Jay Cephas writes about Moma exhibition: "Reconstruction:Architecture and blackness in America"
Jean- Servais Somian explains his original practice- between art and design- to TV5 Monde
Gateja's work is examined in an article looking at "Turning Paper into Sculptural Wonders".
The catalogue of " Ex Africa", an exhibition curated by Philippe Dagen at Musee du Quai Branly, Paris has just been published.
"Spring" is an exhibition of Fondation Thalie's recent acquisitions in conversation with each other.
Ruth Terry interviews King Houndekpinkou in the prestigious Crafs Council Stories.
"Moroccan Trilogy" is curated by Manuel Borja-Villel and Abdellah Karroum. It examines artistic production from independence to the present day.
"Home Perspective" curated by the Mayfly gallery tackles issues related to the recent confinements.
Jessica Klingelfuss examines Gateja's work in " 6 Makers in a Reduced and Used Philosophy".
"The World Stage" is at the Boise Museum and presents a selection from the Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.
A video interview on the occasion of Moma's exhibition: " Reconstructions: Architecture and blackness in America'.
Published with "Question architecture" the book looks into the mind of architect and artist Ola-Dele Kuku,focusing on the contemporary phenomenon of socio-cultural conflict as a global trend.
Emo de Medeiros is part of "Mind Rising" curated by Defne Ayas and Natasha Ginwala for the 13th Gwangju Biennale
Helena Lee interviews Larry Amponsah in conversation with June Sarpong in Harpers Bazaar
Thanks to our many female collectors.
Video of the discussion between Dr Checinska and Anne Toomey on their selection of artworks from Collect 2021
V&A curator Dr Christine Checinska discuss Gateja's work Anne Toomey, Head of Programme at the RCA.
50 Golborne introduces King Houndekpinkou work for the first time in the UK.