“Prejudice at Home: A Parlour, a Library, and a Room”: British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare at James Cohan, New York – in pictures


British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare highlights issues of power and prejudice through the lens of history.

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“African Art Against the State”: advocacy and agency from prehistory to the present


Williams College Museum of Art presents an exhibition which explores the various ways in which African art has highlighted the continent’s history of activism, resistance.

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“Senses of Time” at LACMA: African artists examine the lived experience of time past, present and future


Artists use video to explore diverse temporal realities: the personal and the political, ritual and technology and the body and automation on show at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

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Art14 London: A global art fair hits the mark? Media round up


Art14 wraps up its second edition to positive reviews from galleries, commentators and the media, with most commending the fair’s stronger focus on global art.

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New York dealers PaceWildenstein, James Cohan open in China July August 2008


NEW YORK CHINA Two leading New York galleries are opening spaces in China this summer. PaceWildenstein will unveil its 22,000 sq. ft gallery in Beijing in August, while James Cohan Gallery opens a 3,000 sq. ft space in Shanghai in … Continue reading