The Whitney Museum of American Art has again reached within its ranks to select Edwards to steward its Biennial exhibition in 2021, which aims to reflect the current social, political and cultural moment through art.
Yemisi Shyllon hopes other Nigerian collectors will follow his example and help found teaching museums that promote art education
Nominated by South African curator Tumelo Mosaka, Love Is the Message, The Message Is Death is a seven-minute video which shows a montage of historic and contemporary footage of the African American experience
London’s Somerset House opens an exhibition of new and celebrated works from one of South Africa’s most prominent contemporary artists
Creuzet, who is represented by High Art, Paris, will realise a major exhibition at Camden Arts Centre in October 2020.
Rarely do all the essential elements of the performing arts combine in one human being. Stature, intelligence, a sense of movement, attention to detail, generosity to the public and above all that voice.
The Louvre will train refugees as museum guides in the latest project inspired by an award-winning Berlin program called Multaka, or “meeting point” in Arabic.
The over 30 paintings, drawings, and prints on view demonstrate her affinity for exploring the rhythms and patterns of science and music and interpreting the workings of the cosmos and other natural phenomena.
The Tube mural is part of London’s 2019 Art on the Underground programme that looks at the role artists can play in developing ideas of togetherness and belonging.
The museum said it is committed to rethinking the history of modern and contemporary art, expanding its focus beyond Europe and North America.
The musician selected 13 pieces from his collection, many of which were acquired directly from artists as a result of his strong personal relationships within the creative industries
Starting in November 2019, Langret to lead on the strategic development and artistic programme for the contemporary art fair
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Reflecting the artist’s travels in Africa and the Middle East, Hajjaj’s images capture ordinary people of the developing world revealed as rock stars in waiting, rather than figures on the margins.
Creatives will have their own private townhouse, as well as access to an infinity pool, a private chef, gym and spa. In addition to a modest stipend for supplies, they’ll also receive funding to explore Senegal and learn the local language