In Conversation with Yilmaz Dziewior
Museum Ludwig: In Search of a Broader Audience in Cologne
Binyavanga Wainaina (1971-2019)
Show Me Your Shelves!
Inventing Your Own Game
Robert Reed: Re-entering the US American Art Canon
CAP Prize 2019
Winners of CAP Prize for Contemporary African Photography 2019 Announced
The Africa Institute in Sharjah
Decolonizing African Studies: Decades in the Making
In Conversation with Sonia Lawson
The Palais de Lomé, a historic building converted into a dynamic center for arts and culture in Togo, opens to the public in September 2019. Elisa Pierandrei speaks to its director, Sonia Lawson, about the challenges and opportunities facing this venue without parallel in West Africa.
António Ole - 50 Years: Past, Present and Future
António Ole is known for his aversion to labels: he doesn’t view himself as an “African artist” nor does he feel that his art should affirm his “Africanness.” He has been quoted as defining himself as “an artist of the world” (a concept he’s not always found easy to explain), “an artist of his time(s),” and “an artist in transit.” The self-curated fifty-year retrospective 50 Years: Past, Present and Future calls for new interpretations of his dialogues with these “transits.”