Whitley has quickly risen to become one of the world’s closely watched curators. In 2019 Whitley organised the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
The artists-in-exile project fits into the long tradition of the city of Paris as a refuge for artists who sought protection from afar and made the city home.
Dawoud Bey, the Queens-based photographer who was previously represented by Mary Boone Gallery, has joined the roster of Sean Kelly in New York. He’ll have his first show at the Hudson Yards gallery in the winter of 2020. Bey, who was named a MacArthur “Genius” Fellow in 2017, is perhaps best known for a series…
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
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.
Starting in November 2019, Langret to lead on the strategic development and artistic programme for the contemporary art fair
It was activism that led me to do the work that I do, because LGBTI media representation was so sensationalized and traumatic.
A duel exhibition by dynamic young photographers Girma Berta and Eyerusalem Jiregna at Addis Fine Art Gallery in Addis Ababa, from 9 April – 25 May 2019.