The iconic imagery of Malick Sidibé the “Eye of Bamako” at Somerset House, London

Somerset House and 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair in conjunction with Paris-based MAGNIN-A gallery opened the first major UK solo show of the recently deceased Malian photographer Malick Sidibé.

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Three Exhibitions of Sudanese Art at the Sharjah Art Foundation

The Sharjah Art Foundation presents three exhibitions of Sudanese art until 12 January 2017.

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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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Talking about art and love: Kenyan artist Syowia Kyambi at Serpentine Gallery – interview

Kenyan artist Syowia Kyambi talks about her installation and performance practice and why she has turned “love” into an object of artistic investigation for her latest project.

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Cosmin Costinas and Dayanita Singh at Experimenter Curators’ Hub 2016 – video

Art Radar reports on the 6th edition of the Experimenter Curators’ Hub, which took place in late July 2016. Read here about Cosmin Costinas’ and Dayanita Singh’s presentations.

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Kader Attia wins Prix Marcel Duchamp 2016

The French-Algerian artist was announced as the winner of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2016 on Tuesday, 18 October 2016 at Centre Pompidou in Paris. Presented by ADIAF in partnership with Centre Pompidou, the Prix Marcel Duchamp honours a French artist … Continue reading

Critical art voices: “When Things Fall Apart” at Trapholt Museum, Denmark – in pictures

“When Things Fall Apart: Critical Voices on the Radars” at Trapholt Museum brings postcolonial and decolonial critique to small Danish town of Kolding.

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