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.
Morton Fine Art presents “Art as a weapon,” an exhibition of mixed-media collage and sculpture by artist Maliza Kiasuwa.
The Detroit Institute of Arts a comprehensive survey of Ghanaian photographer, marking the first U.S. retrospective of his influential work.
A solo exhibition of bronze sculptures by South African ceramic artist Zizipho Poswa debuts Monday, May 15, at Galerie56 in Tribeca.
Morton Fine Art presents ‘Hummingbird,’ an exhibition of mixed-media paintings and sculptures by Ethiopian artist Meron Engida Hawke.
The Denver Art Museum presents ‘Amoako Boafo: Soul of Black Folks,’ the debut museum solo exhibition tour for Ghanaian artist Amoako Boafo.
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.
Ficre Ghebreyesus paintings and pastels in rich and bold palettes demonstrate Ghebreyesus’s evolving definition of home.