Sel Kofiga’s latest body of work, ‘Drowning on February 3rd’, illustrates the emotional struggle that comes with loss, writes Hakeem Adam.
Author: Hakeem Adam
From Lubabetu Abubakar capturing Nigeria’s fashion scene to Jessica Sarkodie’s picturesque shots of Ghana, meet the womxn reclaiming photography.
The recent winner at Absa L’Atelier talks to Hakeem Adam about masculinity, the politics of art and using the keffiyeh as her canvas.
Curated by Daniel Dunson, sculptor Kwame Akoto-Bamfo’s exhibition is a long overdue ritual of passage for the millions of lives lost (and survived) during the Middle Passage, writes Hakeem Adam.