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Beyond Skin? Ashraf Jamal reflects on Serge Attukwei Clottey's recent solo

The title of Serge Attukwei Clottey’s recent solo show –…
Obsidian Samurai XXIII, 2020. Polyurethane plastic, used inner tyre tubes, stainless steel, aluminium, wood, polyurethane foam, nails, glass, epoxy resin, cotton cloth, cotton cord, cotton rope, thermoplastic, wax pigment, faux suede, beads, replica katana. Dimensions: 820 x 810 x 2060mm. Courtesy of the artist.

The East is a Career: Ashraf Jamal explores the work of artist, Nicola Roos

Roos' pieces reflect on Africa’s historical co-dependence on…
The God Encryption (We Just Singing Bwana), 2020 Acrylic and oil ink on canvas 120 x 84cm

A Bunch of Doughnuts: Ashraf Jamal reflects on the work of Juan Stockenstroom

Juan Stockenstroom is no Jean-Michel Basquiat wannabe, though…
Catacombs, 3 November 1967. Pigment ink on archival photographic paper, 15 x 10 inches. Courtesy of the Billy Monk Collection.

Underground Culture Club a hidden world

The Billy Monk Collection A sexually fluid bouncer who worked…
Robyn Denny, The King, 2018. Acrylic and gold powder on canvas, 120 x 162cm. All images courtesy of Berman Contemporary.

Fragments of History

Eastcoast Gold – Robyn Denny’s latest series of work on exhibition…
Blonde Boys Flowers

It Ain't Where You're From It's Where You're At

Ekow Eshun in conversation with Ashraf Jamal Mikhael Subotzky,…
Pieter Hugo, Untitled, Beijing, 2015-16. C-print, 13 3/10 × 17 7/10 in, 33.7 × 45 cm. Edition of 7 + 2AP. Courtesy of the artist.

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

  Pieter Hugo, Lao Nian Er, Beijing, 2015-2016. C-print,…

Robin Rhode: A Baptism of Choice

ART AFRICA, issue 09. Robin Rhode is an established South African…
AA Newsletter July14 Jamal1

Us and Them

The Killer of the World   Over a year has passed since…