The contemporary African art produced between 2011 and 2022 offer depictions of past and present life in Africa.
The exhibition emphasizes the role of women artists and feminine aesthetics in crafting African and African diaspora art histories.
A solo exhibition of bronze sculptures by South African ceramic artist Zizipho Poswa debuts Monday, May 15, at Galerie56 in Tribeca.
Seyni Awa Camara is a Senegalese sculptor who creates totemic works evoking bestiaries and maternity scenes.
“Shooting Down Babylon,” the long-anticipated retrospective of South African multimedia artist Tracey Rose, is her largest survey to date.
Famous Paa Joe coffin designs include bibles, boats, airplanes, shoes, cell phones, and animals, or, in this case, a Model T.
Cornelius Annor paintings harken to both classical art historical paradigms and the unique aesthetics of modern African portraiture.
The Barnes Foundation brings together Sue Williamson and Lebohang Kganye, two of the most acclaimed South African contemporary artists.
On view through July 9, 2023, the art from Cameroon show will present more than twenty historical works from Houston-based collections.
The Denver Art Museum galleries reinstallation highlights the continuation of the DAM’s ongoing commitment to showcasing a broad range of art.
Whether beautiful, ugly, or something that defies categories, the Art Institute of Chicago African art exhibition, celebrates these objects.