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56th Venice Biennale | This Is a Sound Proposal

First African curated Venice Biennale opens a wide space for questioning the world we live in. Expressing the complexity of our times, it offers us opportunities to become engaged. * Click images to…


56th Venice Biennale | An Uneven African Presence

Beyond Okwui Enwezor’s ‘All the World’s Futures’ exhibition, the visibility of African artists in both National Pavilions and collateral events is limited and only offers a glimpse of the continent’s rich visual practices….


Tracing Emerging Contemporary Art Practice in Angola

© Kiluanji Kia Henda. As God Wants and the Devil Likes It (O.R.G.A.S.M Congress) 2011-2013. Courtesy of the artist and Brundyn+.   Angola’s critically acclaimed presentation at the Venice Biennale in 2013 has become yet…


Cape Town’s Newest Art Fair Re-Imagines Space and Place

Publisher Art South Africa launches new fair for young and emerging African artists during Cape Town’s art week. Entering That Art Fair during the morning press preview, I am immediately engaged with the set-up (or…


POPCAP ’15 Call for Contemporary African Photography

Do you have a tightly edited series of contemporary photography dealing with an African subject matter? Are you ardent to present this work internationally? POPCAP’14 Winner | © Joana Choumali.   Hââbré, The…


Depicting Thorns in Virginia Chihota’s Flesh

In Conversation with emerging Zimbabwean artist, Virginia Chihota on her current exhibition and European solo debut at London’s Tiwani Contemporary Virginia Chihota sets herself apart through her wrought depictions of the human condition…


A Critical Perspective on Emerging Artistic Practice in Angola

Curator Suzana Sousa discusses the need for efficient arts infrastructure in light of the contributions of young artists in reshaping the local artistic discourse. View of the exhibition «No Fly Zone» at Museu…


Propelling Art to new Frontiers in Angola

Luanda-based artist RitaGT considers the impact of art collective and the influence of the city on her practice. © RitaGT. Axiluanda, 2014 . Courtesy of the artist. Whilst visiting Angola in 2009,  itinerant…

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