“Soul of a Nation”: Black American artists at Tate Modern, London


“Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” at London’s Tate Modern explores the invention of a US black aesthetic and critique.

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7 Art Biennales not to miss in Autumn 2017


It’s Biennale season and Art Radar picks 2017 Autumn’s Biennales not to be missed.

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Art on the Wall: from North Africa… with spray cans, a pencil and a camera


Art Radar has a look at 3 inspiring street artists from North Africa.

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“The Place is Here”: UK-based black artists in the 1980s at South London Gallery and and Middleburgh Institute of Modern Art


“The Place is Here” features black artists based in the United Kingdom, exploring the cultural landscape of the 1980s. At South London Art Gallery and Middleburgh Institute of Modern Art until 10 September 2017, the exhibition evokes some of the … Continue reading

“Instruments”: Tunisian-born Ismaïl Bahri and the everyday haiku – artist profile


Art Radar takes a look at some of the key themes of Ismaïl Bahri’s poetic work, on show at Jeu de Paume in Paris from 13 June to 24 September 2017.

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“Stop Ma Pa Ta”: Beninese artists at Villa Arson, Nice


“Stop Ma Pa Ta” highlights 14 artists from Benin, whose work asks questions on immigration, national identity and exploitation.

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“Art/Afrique, Le nouvel atelier”: African art from 1989 onwards at Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris


The exhibition marks the first time the Jean Pigozzi collection of African Art will be displayed in Paris. Art Radar takes a look at the show, which covers African art from 1989 onwards.

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Preview: Cameroonian photographers at YaPhoto@Arakawa Africa, Tokyo


Exploring the work of five Cameroonian photographers never exhibited in Japan, YaPhoto@Arakawa Africa is a three-day event at OGU MAG, Tokyo.

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