South African artist Dineo Seshee Bopape wins Future Generation Art Prize 2017 – interview


Dineo Seshee Bopape talks assemblages of materials, histories and feelings. Art Radar talks to South African artist Dineo Seshee Bopape about her work and winning the Future Generation Art Prize 2017. Dineo Seshee Bopape (b. 1981) has been regarded as one of … Continue reading

Four artists win the 2017 Sharjah Biennial Prize


Hailing from Africa, Europe and the Middle East, the Sharjah Biennial Prize 2017 winning artists explore the ever-changing reality of contemporary life.

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Preview: The Armory Show 2017 – highlights from Africa, the Middle East and Asia


The Armory Show continues to expand with a new USD10,000 prize and two new curatorial sections.

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South African artist William Kentridge’s “Thick Time” at Whitechapel Gallery, London


In an exhibition jointly organized with the Louisiana Museum of Art, in Denmark and the Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Whitechapel Gallery opened on 21 September “Thick Time” featuring the work of internationally renowned South African artist, William Kentridge, which examines the ways in time and place have been manipulated during colonial and industrial expansion, as well as notions of control exercised during periods of great political upheaval.

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6 Middle Eastern, African and Asian artists from La Biennale de Montréal 2016


The 2016 edition of La Biennale de Montréal includes works by 55 artists and collectives from 23 countries.

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10 highlights from the Busan Biennale 2016


Art Radar takes a look at some of the highlights from the 7th Busan Biennale, closing on 30 November 2016.

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1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair London gains momentum each year – round-up


For the forth year in a row, contemporary African art takes over Somerset House during Frieze London.

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African women first: “Lucy’s Iris” at Musée Départmental d’Art Contemporain, Rochechouart


“Lucy’s Iris” considers Lucy’s view of her prodigal daughters who are shaping the landscape of contemporary art practice on the African continent.

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