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Serge Attukwei Clottey – the Eccentric Ghanaian Artist Who Pioneered “Afrogallonism

“Performance artist Serge Attukwei Clottey is best known for his work with the yellow plastic jerrycans that are typically used…

Bodys Isek Kingelez, Maker of Utopian Cities, Finally Gets the Retrospective He Deserves

“Kingelez is receiving a retrospective at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, curated by the institution’s Sarah Suzuki. It is, remarkably,…

Life on Mars

Life on Mars is an exhibition by Johannes du Plessis hosted by the ODA Gallery current exhibitions Summer 2018 You may…

Top art galleries in Zimbabwe

National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Shona Sculpture Gallery, First Floor Gallery, Prime Art Gallery are among the best art galleries in…

Florence Wangui loves chickens

The African Press noted that “Peter Ngugi likes his food”. Florence Wangui, seems to like, chickens which feature prominently in…

Ehoody Kichapi’s paintings: spooky, but catchy

A selection of Ehoody Kichapi’s paintings can be admired here: https://www.oneoffafrica.com/ehoodi-kichapi.html They’re spooky, they’re catchy, they’re worth appreciating You may…

Exhibition of Peter Ngugi’s paintings in Nairobi

Peter Ngugi‘s paintings can be admired in the One Off Gallery in Nairobi, Kenya http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/magazine/Peter-Ngugi-artwork-exhibition/434746-4803644-1g6ciu/index.html   You may also be…

Nadia Kisseleva’s exhibition in Nairobi

“Nadia Kisseleva is reviving the “tronie” genre of portrait painting that originated in the Netherlands, using the African woman.” Her…

An interview with Frans Thoka

We just had a chance to ask Frans Thoka a few questions and we are delighted to share his answers…

Ke sa Gopola by Frans Thoka

by Frans Thoka In the series of drawings, titled Ke Sa Gopola, I talk about my childhood memories. When I…

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