Marie-Ann Yemsi to curate the 2017 African photography biennale, "Bamako Encounters"

Established in 1994, the African Photography Encounters is organized biennially in Bamako, celebrating photography and video produced in Africa. Its next edition, which will take place between December 2, 2017 and January 31, 2018, has recently announced the name of the curator. German-Cameroonian c


Anti-Trump protest erupts inside MoMA

Last Friday, in the latest attack on Donald Trump by artist activists, a group of several dozen protesters and hundreds of other attendees stormed the lobby of the Museum of Modern Art in New York to demand the immediate removal of Larry Fink from the institution’s board. Fink, CEO of BlackRock, I


Rhizome’s Prix Net Art 2017 | Who is the future of digital art?

Rhizome, the New York nonprofit dedicated to the promotion and preservation of digital art, has announced the winners of the annual Prix Net Art.



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Color Wars | Stuart Semple discusses feud with Anish Kapoor, pigments and politics

Who knew a row over colors could get so heated? But this is precisely what happened last November, when Dorset-based artist Stuart Semple spoke out against Anish Kapoor’s acquisition of exclusive artistic rights to the world’s blackest substance.

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Cape Town Art Fair: From local to global

“For a city to be a great destination for contemporary art, there are five key requirements,” says Mark Coetzee, Executive Director and Chief Curator of the new Zeitz MOCAA, which is set to open its doors to the public this September. “Galleries, collectors, a good art school, an art museum and a great art fair.”