Maxine Walker: Untitled
On Her Way Towards Self-actualization
C& Artist’s Editions
C& launching its first Limited Artist’s Editions
In Conversation with Sémané Koffi Agbodjinou
Mapping Lomé From Within
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
In the “post-war” period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the Western art world despite their significant contributions, and persevered regardless. In the last ten years Western institutions have been waking up to these artists’ legacies. They are finally curating first retrospectives – and of course the markets have followed suit. In this series we chart their careers, highlighting their artistic evolutions and motivations in relation to the world around them. Here, Liese Van Der Watt writes about Robert Reed’s critically acclaimed abstract paintings, which after a three-decade hiatus are being exhibited again in major shows.
CAP Prize 2019