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USA: Harmattan Tales

From January 19 to March 17, 2018, Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, Seattle, will present “Harmattan”, an exhibition of artworks by German-Ghanian…

UK: Kwasa Kwasa Girl by Ategwa

Jack Bell Gallery, London, is inviting to visit Cameroonian artist Ajarb Bernard Ategwa’s exhibition “Kwasa Kwasa Girls”. The exhibition is…

Netherlands invites top-talent

The Netherlands has announced a call for applications for the Rijksakademie Residence! “The Academy of Arts was founded in 1870…

Ghana: exploring African satire

On 10th January, Gallery1957, Accra, in advance of a collaborative exhibition organized a conversation with two artists Michael Soi (Kenya)…

Uganda: Memories and …

Afriart Gallery, Kampala, will open a new season with the exhibition “Memories and …”, the artworks of ‘perhaps the most…

South Africa: 2018 art surprise

South Africa has prepared 11 exciting exhibitions: “the biggest and best names in the art world to help you get…

South Africa: National Art Bank set up

In the end of December 2017, South African department of arts and culture “launched the brand-new National Art Bank (NAB),…

Mali: art from recycled materials

An interesting encounter with Malian designer Cheick Diallo whose unique contemporary pieces of furniture created with recycled materials and local…

USA: Art from Africa and South Asia

Aicon Gallery, New York, is running an exhibition “Interwoven Dialogues: Contemporary Art from Africa and South Asia” until 6 January…

The Pulse Prize Winner

The South African artist Tony Gum, “the coolest girl in Cape Town” according to Vogue, was awarded with the 2017…

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