African Art

Legacy Russell Appointed Associate Curator at Studio Museum of Harlem | The Network Journal Thelma Golden, chief curator at the Studio Museum of Harlem, today announced the appointment of Legacy Russell to serve as assistant curator of exhibitions at the Studio Museum.">Legacy Russell Appointed Associate Curator at Studio Museum of Harlem | The Network Journal Thelma Golden, chief curator at the Studio Museum of Harlem, today announced the appointment of Legacy Russell to serve as assistant curator of exhibitions at the Studio Museum.

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Thelma Golden, chief curator at the Studio Museum of Harlem, today announced the appointment of Legacy Russell to serve as assistant curator of exhibitions at the Studio Museum.
Legacy Russell Appointed Associate Curator at Studio Museum of Harlem | The Network Journal Thelma Golden, chief curator at the Studio Museum of Harlem, today announced the appointment of Legacy Russell to serve as assistant curator of exhibitions at the Studio Museum." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Racism and Erasure in Fred Wilson’s Unearthed Histories | Hyperallergic Wilson’s explicit reference to Africa expands the global network through which both cultural influences and African bodies were transmitted.">Racism and Erasure in Fred Wilson’s Unearthed Histories | Hyperallergic Wilson’s explicit reference to Africa expands the global network through which both cultural influences and African bodies were transmitted.

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Wilson’s explicit reference to Africa expands the global network through which both cultural influences and African bodies were transmitted.
Racism and Erasure in Fred Wilson’s Unearthed Histories | Hyperallergic Wilson’s explicit reference to Africa expands the global network through which both cultural influences and African bodies were transmitted." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Buhari, Tinubu, Ofeimun mourn as Sophie Oluwole dies at 83 | Punch Renowned philosopher and scholar, Prof Sophie Oluwole, has died at the age of 83.">Buhari, Tinubu, Ofeimun mourn as Sophie Oluwole dies at 83 | Punch Renowned philosopher and scholar, Prof Sophie Oluwole, has died at the age of 83.

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Renowned philosopher and scholar, Prof Sophie Oluwole, has died at the age of 83.
Buhari, Tinubu, Ofeimun mourn as Sophie Oluwole dies at 83 | Punch Renowned philosopher and scholar, Prof Sophie Oluwole, has died at the age of 83." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

An African American artist’s “remixing” of apartheid-era images is raising questions about appropriation | Quartz Africa Wandering around this year’s Johannesburg Arts Fair in September, photographer Graeme Williams stopped dead in front of a familiar image. The photograph of black South African children marching past a tank of white police officers was his—except that it wasn’t.">An African American artist’s “remixing” of apartheid-era images is raising questions about appropriation | Quartz Africa Wandering around this year’s Johannesburg Arts Fair in September, photographer Graeme Williams stopped dead in front of a familiar image. The photograph of black South African children marching past a tank of white police officers was his—except that it wasn’t.

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Wandering around this year’s Johannesburg Arts Fair in September, photographer Graeme Williams stopped dead in front of a familiar image. The photograph of black South African children marching past a tank of white police officers was his—except that it wasn’t.
An African American artist’s “remixing” of apartheid-era images is raising questions about appropriation | Quartz Africa Wandering around this year’s Johannesburg Arts Fair in September, photographer Graeme Williams stopped dead in front of a familiar image. The photograph of black South African children marching past a tank of white police officers was his—except that it wasn’t." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Film Africa – Celebrating Africa’s Brave New Voices Fri 27th Oct – Sun 5th Nov | The British Blacklist Film Africa, London’s biggest celebration of African and African diaspora cinema presented by the Royal African Society, returns to London cinemas for its seventh edition from Friday 27 October to Sunday 5 November.">Film Africa – Celebrating Africa’s Brave New Voices Fri 27th Oct – Sun 5th Nov | The British Blacklist Film Africa, London’s biggest celebration of African and African diaspora cinema presented by the Royal African Society, returns to London cinemas for its seventh edition from Friday 27 October to Sunday 5 November.

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Film Africa, London’s biggest celebration of African and African diaspora cinema presented by the Royal African Society, returns to London cinemas for its seventh edition from Friday 27 October to Sunday 5 November.
Film Africa – Celebrating Africa’s Brave New Voices Fri 27th Oct – Sun 5th Nov | The British Blacklist Film Africa, London’s biggest celebration of African and African diaspora cinema presented by the Royal African Society, returns to London cinemas for its seventh edition from Friday 27 October to Sunday 5 November." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Nnedi Okorafor and the Fantasy Genre She Is Helping Redefine | The New York Times Nearly 25 years ago, Nnedi Okorafor was visiting relatives in Isiekenesi, Nigeria, when she asked her grand uncle a sensitive question. What could he tell her about Nsibidi, an old and often secret symbolic script?">Nnedi Okorafor and the Fantasy Genre She Is Helping Redefine | The New York Times Nearly 25 years ago, Nnedi Okorafor was visiting relatives in Isiekenesi, Nigeria, when she asked her grand uncle a sensitive question. What could he tell her about Nsibidi, an old and often secret symbolic script?

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Nearly 25 years ago, Nnedi Okorafor was visiting relatives in Isiekenesi, Nigeria, when she asked her grand uncle a sensitive question. What could he tell her about Nsibidi, an old and often secret symbolic script?
Nnedi Okorafor and the Fantasy Genre She Is Helping Redefine | The New York Times Nearly 25 years ago, Nnedi Okorafor was visiting relatives in Isiekenesi, Nigeria, when she asked her grand uncle a sensitive question. What could he tell her about Nsibidi, an old and often secret symbolic script?" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

First Look: Africa’s Biggest Contemporary Art Museum Opens in Cape Town | OkayAfrica Today marks the beginning of the preview weekend for the new Zeitz Mocaa, a new contemporary African art museum on the Cape Town waterfront, meant to showcase work from the continent and its diaspora.">First Look: Africa’s Biggest Contemporary Art Museum Opens in Cape Town | OkayAfrica Today marks the beginning of the preview weekend for the new Zeitz Mocaa, a new contemporary African art museum on the Cape Town waterfront, meant to showcase work from the continent and its diaspora.

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Today marks the beginning of the preview weekend for the new Zeitz Mocaa, a new contemporary African art museum on the Cape Town waterfront, meant to showcase work from the continent and its diaspora.
First Look: Africa’s Biggest Contemporary Art Museum Opens in Cape Town | OkayAfrica Today marks the beginning of the preview weekend for the new Zeitz Mocaa, a new contemporary African art museum on the Cape Town waterfront, meant to showcase work from the continent and its diaspora." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

I Went To The First Well-Read Black Girl Festival and Remembered I Was Born to Write—And Read | OkayAfrica It took several years for me to call myself a writer, and two decades to actually believe it. ">I Went To The First Well-Read Black Girl Festival and Remembered I Was Born to Write—And Read | OkayAfrica It took several years for me to call myself a writer, and two decades to actually believe it.

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It took several years for me to call myself a writer, and two decades to actually believe it.
I Went To The First Well-Read Black Girl Festival and Remembered I Was Born to Write—And Read | OkayAfrica It took several years for me to call myself a writer, and two decades to actually believe it. " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More