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Africa at Venice

ART AFRICA's report back on African participation
at the 59th la Biennale di Venezia

Uganda Pavilion

'Radiance – They Dream in Time'

Curator Shaheen Merali with artists
Acaye Kerunen and Collin Sekajugo

South Africa
Pavilion

'Into the Light'

Curator Amé Bell and participating artists
Phumulani Ntuli, Lebohang Kganye and Roger Ballen

Mónica
de Miranda

'no longer with the memory
but with its future'

Curator Paula Nascimento and artist Mónica de Miranda on
the exhibition built around De Miranda's video piece,
Path to the Stars

Africa at Venice

ART AFRICA's report back on African participation at the 59th la Biennale di Venezia

Uganda Pavilion

'Radiance – They Dream in Time'

Curator Shaheen Merali with artists Acaye Kerunen and Collin Sekajugo

South Africa Pavilion

'Into the Light'

Curator Amé Bell and participating artists Phumulani Ntuli, Lebohang Kganye and Roger Ballen

Mónica de Miranda

'no longer with the memory but with its future'

Curator Paula Nascimento and artist Mónica de Miranda on
the exhibition built around De Miranda's video piece, Path to the Stars

Left Zanele Muholi Muzane I, 2019; Right Zanele Muholi, Bester, 2019, Courtesy of African Artists' Foundation

The African Artists’ Foundation announces two new exhibition as part of their 2022 Fall programme

The African Artists’ Foundation encourages the expansion of African art on its continent and beyond – organising exhibitions, festivals and residencies working to expand awareness of known and unknown African artists. Two new exhibitions focus on raising the voices of contemporary African Art through regenerative co-production. LEFT: Samson Bakare, Dreams and Everything Beyond, 2022. RIGHT: Sarfo Emmanuel Annor, Freedom, 2021....

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