stedelijk|film Location: Teijin Auditorium, Stedelijk Museum Language: English The Stedelijk Museum proudly presents this stedelijk|film event featuring Dutch filmmaker Sabine Mooibroek and London-based art writer and curator Christine Eyene. During this evening, excerpts of Mooibroek’s Bye Patrick Bye! (2005) and Système D (an unfinished film and special preview for this evening !) will be shown, and her most recent […]

Black Out, as a debriefing shortly after Frieze and 1:54, is a springboard for debate on the state of installation art in Africa by female practitioners in relation to post-blackness, with speakers Zoe Whitley and Christine Eyene. For more than a decade the designation ‘post-black’ has come to signify the work of a younger generation […]

Conceived as part of Africa Utopia 2014, Digital Africa brings together sonic experiments, video works presented on 3 screens, and a live performance by artists working in Africa and the Diaspora. Most of whom have never been presented in the UK before. The project takes its cue from the notion of utopia as a concept allowing the […]

Fondation Blachère is announcing the presentation of La Parole aux Femmes in its art centre in Apt (France) from 7 October 2014 to 7 March 2015. This exhibition brings together Ifeoma Anyaeji (Nigeria), Safaa Erruas (Morocco), Cecilia Ferreira (South Africa), Justine Gaga (Cameroon), Ayana V. Jackson (USA/South Africa), Hélène Jayet (France), Euridice Kala (Mozambique/South Africa), Wanja Kimani […]

Curated by Christine Eyene, Residual: Traces of the Black Body responds to the theme of FORMAT FESTIVAL 2015: Evidence, and aims to take on a dialectical approach to the notion of photographic evidence through engaging with the dual positioning of discourse and counter-discourse in the field of black visual representation. Alongside the exhibition is planned a public programme consisting […]

An exhibition exploring notions of rhythm through visual arts, poetry, sound, music and dance. With Larry Achiampong, Younès Baba-Ali, Julien Bayle, John Cage, Ayoka Chenzira, Em’Kal Eyongakpa, Jon Hopkins, Langston Hughes, Evan Ifekoya, Zak Ové, Michel Paysant, Anna Raimondo, Robin Rhode, David Shrigley and William Titley. Curated by Christine Eyene.

FRAMER FRAMED announces Embodied Spaces at the Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam. Curated by Christine Eyene, this exhibition features works by Delaine Le Bas in collaboration with Tara Darby (United Kingdom), Jeannette Ehlers (Trinidad/Denmark), Cecilia Ferreira (South Africa), Lisa Hilli (Papua New Guinea/Australia), Evan Ifekoya (Nigeria/United Kingdom), Hélène Jayet (Mali/France), Patricia Kaersenhout (Netherlands), Euridice Kala (Mozambique/South Africa), Shigeyuki Kihara (Samoa/New Zealand), […]