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Call for artists: Biennale Internationale de Casablanca

The Biennale Internationale de Casablanca is open for applications from professional artists to take part in its 5th edition (24th…

African art at ArtMadrid

From 27th February to 3rd March, Art Madrid celebrates its 14th edition in the Galería de Cristal de CentroCentro Cibeles….

ArtAscent: in search for “Beauty”

ArtAscent has announced a new call for artworks. The theme is BEAUTY. “Beauty, allure, style, refinement, symmetry, perfection. People are…

UK, Ghana: displaying “Wrinkles”

Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (London) and Gallery 1957 (Accra) are pleased to announce an exciting collaboration. From 8th February until 23rd…

Europe should apologize

“As Europe debates whether to return looted African heritage, a simple apology would go a long way.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201901180011.html You may…

Investec Cape Town Art Fair’19: Armand Boua

“Over the past 5 years Armand Boua has steadily been expanding his practice that reflects on the challenges faced by…

The Montresso Foundation has initiated the second edition of their IN-DISCPLINE residency series

“N-DISCIPLINE is a travelling programme that supports the creation and diffusion of visual artists in Africa and other regions in…

Heedful hands in Zimbabwe

“Curated by Tandazani Dhlakama at the Zeitz MOCAA in Cape Town, ‘Five Bobh: Painting at the End of an Era’  is…

Something like a constellation

The vast collaborative work of Sanaa Gateja – made up of a million more lives outside of our own  …

Mwaki Nginya Evinda Enge

You are invited to attend the official opening of an exhibition of new works by Kenyan artist, Kaloki Nyamai entitled Mwaki…

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