Ghanaian artist Zohra Opoku’s introspective multi-media work explores the role of textiles in disparate cultures and spaces in relation to African history.
Biker girls and medina swag, we chat with the North African ‘Andy Warhol’ Hassan Hajjaj.
What does it mean to be an African living in the diaspora? A three-part conversation.
Isigqi is Guinean-Swiss photographer Namsa Leuba’s photo diary shot whilst traveling through South Africa and Lesotho.
See these 14 contemporary African fashion labels that are celebrating the creative potential in the juncture between the hyper local and the global.
This month we’ll be exploring creativity from countries north of our border.
Following the recent Armory Focus exhibition in New York, we ask three participating South African galleries and the exhibition curators to share their thoughts on what ‘African perspectives’ means in the local and international art context.
The biggest and the best, the controversial and the playful, these are the stories that make up our 2015 highlights.
Incredible South African fine art beading studio Qubeka Bead Studio wowed visitors at last week’s 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair in London.
The Fak’ugesi festival promotes the fusion of creative and technical development in Africa by ‘switching on the power’ of digital culture. There are workshops, conferences, talks, screenings, games, hacks and many more opportunities for you to get involved and play with innovative technology.
Portia Zvavahera has dreamed into being an exotic pleasure garden for her new solo exhibition in which sensual flowers envelop passionate couples in a tribute to love.
In celebration of Africa Day, we’ve selected some highlights of exceptional creativity from the rest of the continent.
Art Needs You: Entries are open to the 30th Barclays L’Atelier Art Competition, and for the first time, extends to young artists from Botswana, Zambia, Ghana and Kenya.
Afripedia, an offshoot of Stocktown Films, aims to create a visual guide of African creative culture that can connect worldwide. Teddy Goitom tells us more.
Invisible Borders is an ongoing, annual travel/art project which documents the experiences of a group of artists travelling across Africa, and this year for the first time into Europe.