Pulane Kingston is more than an art collector. She’s a member of the Africa Acquisitions Committee at the Tate Modern, a member of the advisory… Read More »Collector Pulane Kingston Shares the Memories and Stories of Africa
Zanele Muholi prefers to be called a visual activist rather than an artist. The South African’s black-and-white portrait photography is, simply put, arresting. Her power,… Read More »How Visual Activist Zanele Muholi Makes Her Subjects Feel Worthy
Untitled, Miami Beach is one of our favorite fairs of Miami Art Week, not just because it’s the closest we’ll get to the beach (though… Read More »Highlights from Untitled, Miami Beach 2017
This year, the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair celebrates its fifth year in London. With 42 galleries participating, 11 of which are new, the fair… Read More »Touria El Glaoui on 1:54 Turning Five and Expanding to Marrakech
Les Rencontres de la Photographie, running from July 4—September 25 in Arles, France, is an occasion for photo lovers to gather and experience an entire… Read More »Les Rencontres de la Photographie: Top 5
Last November, Mickalene Thomas was named a 2015 USA Francie Bishop Good & David Horvitz Fellow, one of 37 artists across nine disciplines to receive… Read More »Mickalene Thomas—Do I Look Like a Lady?
June 3 marked the second annual Africa’sOut! event, and it was a night to remember. Pioneer Works, the gargantuan arts space in Brooklyn’s Red Hook… Read More »Wangechi Mutu’s Africa’sOut! Second Annual Event
Today is the last day to visit PULSE Miami Beach, located at Indian Beach Park at 4601 Collins Ave. Under the directorship of the always… Read More »13 Things Not to Miss on The Last Day of PULSE Miami Beach