Mariam Issoufou Kamara’s firm atelier masōmī approaches architecture as activism for the continuation of local identity.
Whitewall takes you to Sengeal for the inauguration of Chanel’s la Galerie du 19M Dakar.
In 2018, the Four Seasons brand launched “Envoy by Four Seasons”—a program reimagining storytelling with innovative and creative approaches. World-class content creators across all mediums… Read More »Nicolas Ruel Reveals Africa Through His Lens for Envoy by Four Seasons
Serge Attukwei Clottey may be best recognized for his woven, tapestry-like works made from plastic jerrycans. From his studio in the Labadi Beach area of… Read More »Serge Attukwei Clottey Uses Performance to Address Political, Social, and Local Issues
For our annual art issue, our focus is a first for Whitewall—African contemporary art. It’s not that we haven’t covered the work of artists from… Read More »Whitewall Debuts Spring 2019 Issue Dedicated to African Contemporary Art
For the past eight years, 34-year-old Aurora James has been traveling extensively in Africa. She founded the label Brother Vellies in 2013 to preserve the… Read More »Aurora James Honors Community and Ethics with Brother Vellies
Patricia Cronin likes to ask three questions through her work: Whose body has value? Who gets to decide? And what are the consequences to the… Read More »Patricia Cronin: Value, Justice, and Success
This year’s Armory Show Focus takes a look at “African Perspectives,” curated by Contemporary And‘s Julia Grosse and Yvette Mutumba. On view March 3—6 will… Read More »Julia Grosse & Yvette Mutumba on The Armory Show Focus: African Perspectives