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Courtesy of The Bag Factory Artists' Studio

Art Connection Africa: Bag Factory Artist Residency Open Call 2021

Open to artists based in Botswana, Namibia, Uganda, Zambia,…
Women through the lens. © Culture at Work Africa

'Culture at Work Africa' presents 33 artistic projects form 15 participating African countries

This multimedia digital showcase presents the diversity of 33…
Roots of communism I, 2019. © Serge Attukwei Clottey

Simchowitz presents 'Kugarisana' at Christie's Beverly Hills

Artists from three African countries, spanning three generations…
Nanga, Shona Spirit Medium and Healer/Diviner, Murewa. From ZIMBABWE: Art, Symbol and Meaning. © Duncan Wylie

If Not Now, When? Statues, Spaces and History in Zimbabwe

In July 2020, the Zimbabwean government decided to begin the…
Portia Zvavahera, Chosen Few, 2013. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Zimbabwe.

We Buried Us: Exploring the Use of Anger & Discontent Through Creativity

Anger is fashionable all over the world. There is so much of…
LEFT TO RIGHT: Susie Goodman, Myron M. Beasely, Nelly Guambe (2019 EPI Winner, 1st Prize), Maya Maljavic and Tapfuma Gutsa.

Emerging Painting Invitational (EPI) announces Finalists

Emerging Painting Invitational (EPI) is the pan-African prize…
Kudzanai Violet, Family Portrait, 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

African Contemporary Artists Raising Questions About the Past, Present and Future.

Journey through Africa’s storytelling contemporary art ground. Stories…
Reinata Sadimba at work in the studio in Mozambique. Courtesy of Arte de Gama Gallery.

Don't Set Sail On Someone Else's Star*: Valerie Kabov Reflects on the current time

*proverb from Juba, South Sudan Some views on COVID-19, the…
Wycliffe Mundopa, No Fear of Falling, 2019. Oil on canvas, 210 x 350cm. All images courtesy of the artists & First Floor Gallery.

Night & Day (The Harare Pavilion)

Wycliffe Mundopa and Gresham Tapiwa Nyaude presents a new body…