Black and white photographs on the streets of Algeria, superimposed with devices. Algérie Retro-futur is a retrospective look at the often tumultuous revolutions that occur in Algeria. The projects portrays the social, economic, and political changes seen from the streets. These photo manipulations are from the collaborations of two Algerian artists, Yaniss Ghanem and … Continue Reading ››
Noncendo and Nonzuzo are twin sisters who are using photography to not only explore their love for photography but people's fascination with twins. The collaborative photo project Carbon Copy hopes to expose their similarities and nuance their individual artistic personalities. Their tumblr page is an exploration into their creative pairing. Check them … Continue Reading ››
I first begun writing this post, setting out to highlight upcoming African Art Fairs Exhibitions and events around the world in 2015. However I thought that it would be more interesting to discuss the issue about the direction that we may be heading.
It’s About Time: Explosions of African Art ExhibitionsThe hunger for contemporary, digital and … Continue Reading ››
" What does being African mean to today’s artists? How does their heritage and identity shape their work? Should art even be defined in this way and do artists accept being labelled or categorized? " A new series, African Masters, explores the world of African artists around the globe through a series of interviews … Continue Reading ››