Exhibition

Thomas Fynn Celebrates African Culture with ‘Spirit Possession’ Exhibition in California

Thomas Fynn collaborates with U.S. photographer Thomas Appleton Lamb and textile artist Allyson Allen. (Image Credits: GNA)

Renowned Ghanaian photographer Thomas Fynn has brought his captivating exhibition, “Spirit Possession: Celebration of Ghanaian Faces, African Culture, and Heritage,” to the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA) in Santa Ana, California. The cultural showcase, which runs from June 1 to June 29, 2024, highlights Ghana as a prime tourist destination and promotes cultural […]

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Nana Danso Awuah-Asante: From Soul to Humanity – A Retrospective of Works (2018-2024)

Nana Danso Awuah-Asante, Tu fa aseɛ , 2021, Acrylic, Charcoal and Ink on Paper

La Foundation for the Arts (LAFA) is pleased to announce From Soul to Humanity  a solo presentation of works created by Ghanaian artist Nana Danso Awuah-Asante between 2018-2024. Co- curated by london-born curator Chantel Akworkor Thompson and artist liaison Calvin Ayivie, From Soul to Humanity is a retrospective that takes us on an evolutionary  journey of

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Kehinde Wiley: A Maze of Power

Portrait of Olusegun Obasanjo, Former President of Nigeria, 2023, oil on linen, 244 × 183 cm — 96 × 72 in. ©️ Tanguy Beurdeley

The Musée des Civilisations noires in Dakar is excited to present the exhibition “Kehinde Wiley: A Maze of Power,” which will run from May 15 to June 30, 2024. This exhibition was originally created by the Musée du Quai Branly—Jacques Chirac in Paris. The exhibition showcases eleven portraits of African heads of state. These powerful

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Ada Contemporary Art Gallery Presents The Allegory Of A Seeker by Abdur Rahman Muhammad

Abdur Rahman Muhammad, Infinite Reveries, Oil on canvas, 2024.

ADA Contemporary Art Gallery proudly presents “The Allegory of a Seeker,” a solo exhibition by Ghanaian artist, Abdur Rahman Muhammad, running from April 25th to June 2nd, 2024. Abdur Rahman Muhammad’s art is a blend of Ghana’s history, what’s happening today, and the rhythmic flow of rap music. He wants you to look at his

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Yinka Shonibare CBE RA: Suspended States at Serpentine South Gallery

Portrait of Yinka Shonibare CBE RA. Photograph: Tom Jamieson. Image © Yinka Shonibare CBE and Tom Jamieson

British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare CBE RA returns to London’s artistic landscape with a poignant exhibition titled “Suspended States” at Serpentine South Gallery, marking his first solo showcase in a London public institution in over 20 years. Running from April 12th to September 1st, 2024, the exhibition offers a captivating journey through Shonibare’s multidisciplinary practice, inviting

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La Foundation for the Arts (LAFA) presents TOUCH: A Womxn-Led Exploration of Materiality and Connection

Enam Gbewonyo, Nude Me, Under The Skin - A Resurrection of Black Women’s Visibility, 2020, Performance Film Still

La Foundation for the Arts (LAFA) is pleased to announce TOUCH, a womxn led exploration of materiality and touch curated by Ghanaian-British curator Chantel Akworkor Thompson. Taking place at the newly founded La Foundation For the Art, the exhibition explores the dissemination of ancestral and intuitive knowledge through sensation and connection.The works presented interrogate femininity,

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Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence At The V&A Museum

Unity Hall, KNUST, designed by John Owuso Addo, Kusami, as seen in a still from a film in ‘Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence’. Photo: © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

“London’s Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) is currently hosting a captivating exhibition titled “Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence.” Running from March 2nd to September 22nd, 2024, this exhibition delves deep into the architectural movement known as Tropical Modernism, tracing its evolution from a colonial import to a symbol of postcolonial nation-building. Tropical Modernism emerged in

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Julie Mehretu Presents ‘Ensemble’: Her Largest European Exhibition Yet

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Venice welcomes a dazzling display of art as Julie Mehretu’s largest European exhibition, “Ensemble,” graces the halls of Palazzo Grassi. From March 17th, 2024, to January 6th, 2025, visitors have the opportunity to immerse themselves in Mehretu’s dynamic creations, curated by Caroline Bourgeois in collaboration with the artist herself. The exhibition boasts over fifty pieces

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Gallery 1957 Presents ‘Constellations: Part 1 – Figures on Earth & Beyond’ Group Exhibition

Phoebe Boswell, the smallest play of leaves in my branches, the smallest scar on my bark, 2024, pastel on paper, 153cm x 123cm, courtesy the Artist and Gallery 1957.

Gallery 1957 is set to illuminate the contemporary art scene with the launch of its latest exhibition, “Constellations – Part 1: Figures On Earth & Beyond” in London, United Kingdom. This exhibition, co-curated by Katherine Finerty, Nuna Adisenu-Doe, and Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson, marks a significant moment in the gallery’s history as it coincides with

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