Basket Case II

(selected images from the visual arts and design sections) National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare 30 October – 15 December 2014 Artists: Ifeoma Anyaeji, Delaine Le Bas, Alexandra Bircken, Matali Crasset, Tapfuma Gutsa, Sebastian Herkner and Michel Paysant Weaving Communities: Binga Craft Centre, Bulawayo Home Industries, Lupane Women’s Centre, Zienzele Foundation and STEP Trust Curators: Raphael […]

Basket Case

The EUNIC Zimbabwe Cluster (British Council, Alliance Française and Goethe Institute) and the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare, are presenting Basket Case II, a visual art, design and crafts exhibition featuring new commissions by artists Ifeoma Anyaeji (Nigeria), Alexandra Bircken (Germany), Tapfuma Gutsa (Zimbabwe), Delaine Le Bas (United Kingdom), Michel Paysant (France) as well as designers matali […]

la parole aux femmes fondation blachere

La Parole aux Femmes – Fondation Blachere

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 […]

Zoe Whitley In Conversation : Wangechi Mutu

Zoe Whitley In Conversation : Wangechi Mutu   October 2014  18.30 – 20.00 The artist will be in conversation with Curator of International Art, Zoe Whitley, in advance of Mutu’s exhibition Nguva na Nyoka (Sirens and Serpents) at Victoria Miro, on view from 14 October 2014. http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/talks-and-lectures/conversation-wangechi-mutu

Digital Africa: The Future Is Now

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 […]

Lubaina Himid Gwangju installation at Oxheys Mill Studios in Preston. Photo: Denise Swanson

Gwangju Biennale: Burning Down the House

Lubaina Himid is currently in South Korea exhibiting at the Gwangju Biennale – Burning Down The House. The biennale is on from the 5th September to the 9th of November.  To see more information about the many artists and curators involved: http://www.gwangjubiennale.org/eng/gb/ http://www.gwangjubiennale.org/eng/information/news/?no=38&mode=view&IDX=8239&p=1

10th Gwangju Biennale artists announced

Gwangju Biennale Lubaina Himid is one of over 100 artists selected for the 10th Gwangju Biennale – Burning Down the House The 10th Gwangju Biennale: Burning Down the House explores the process of burning and transformation, a cycle of obliteration and renewal witnessed throughout history. Evident in aesthetics, historical events, and an increasingly rapid course of redundancy and renewal […]

BOZAR – Where We’re At!

Where We’re At! Other voices on gender Brings together women photographers and video artists of African, Caribbean and Pacific cultural background, developing gender discourses in their art. Conceived as part of the Summer of Photography 2014 centered on Gender Relations, the project presents the work of practitioners who have made significant contributions to the participation […]

Clifford Owens: Pictures from Lubaina’s score

Part of Clifford Owens: Better the Rebel You Know Join us for the launch of New York-based artist Clifford Owens’s debut European exhibition. Owens will perform his new commission Anthology (2014) live, delivering scores (short sets of instructions, some specific, others open to interpretation) contributed by a selection of British artists. The scores, contributed by […]