Cornelius Annor paintings harken to both classical art historical paradigms and the unique aesthetics of modern African portraiture.
South African contemporary artists at Barnes Foundation
The Barnes Foundation brings together Sue Williamson and Lebohang Kganye, two of the most acclaimed South African contemporary artists.
Art from Cameroon at Menil Collection Houston
On view through July 9, 2023, the art from Cameroon show will present more than twenty historical works from Houston-based collections.
Denver Art Museum galleries for Africa, Modern and Contemporary, Oceania reopening
The Denver Art Museum galleries reinstallation highlights the continuation of the DAM’s ongoing commitment to showcasing a broad range of art.
Art Institute of Chicago African art exhibition
Whether beautiful, ugly, or something that defies categories, the Art Institute of Chicago African art exhibition, celebrates these objects.
Prince Twins Seven-Seven exhibition at MFA, St. Petersburg
Prince Twins Seven-Seven (Nigerian, 1944–2011) was the only surviving child out of seven pairs of twins born to his mother.
William Klein photographs of Africa at Howard Greenberg Gallery
The exhibition highlights a rediscovered body of William Klein photographs, one of the leading photographers of the 20th century.
Botswana cultural tourism: Tsodilo Hills and Maun
My recent visit to Botswana included examining efforts to bolster Botswana cultural tourism, specifically around Maun and at Tsodilo Hills.
Historic Egyptian jewelry on view at Worcester Art Museum
This summer the Worcester Art Museum will present its new exhibition, “Jewels of the Nile: Ancient Egyptian Treasures.”
Kojo Marfo – ‘the future of contemporary African art’
JD Malat Gallery presents a solo exhibition by London-based Ghanaian artist Kojo Marfo in Chelsea from May 4th through June 4th.
Akinsanya Kambon African influences
Jack Shainman Gallery presents its first solo exhibition of works by Akinsanya Kambon featuring Kambon’s raku-fired ceramic sculptures.