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Art Now: Lisa Brice
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April 23, 2018

Art Now: Lisa Brice

From April 26 to August 27, 2018, Tate Britain, London will present Art Now featuring works by South African contemporary artist Lisa Brice. On show at Tate for the first time, Lisa Brice’s work includes large-scale new and recent paintings that address the long-standing art-historical tradition of the female nude. Shown alongside sketches, drawings and studies, her paintings recast female subjects from art historical paintings,......

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From April 19 to September 2, Ashmolean Museum, London will present A Sudanese Artist in Oxford, an exhibition of recent works by Ibrahim El-Salahi, pioneer of African and Arab Modernism and one of the most influential figures in Sudanese art today His pieces draw from a vivid imagination rooted in the traditions of his homeland, which he fuses with inventive forms of calligraphy,......

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Harmonia: Sacred Geometry, The Pattern of Existence

Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg presents Harmonia: Sacred Geometry, The Pattern of Existence, an exhibition of interdisciplinary work by artist, academic and curator, Gordon Froud. The show coalesces a set of ideas that investigates various aspects of sacred geometry in the world around us. This exhibition is made up of an extensive body of work, of over 100 pieces that ranges from small-scale crystal......

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Peter Sacks: Migrations
Art, News |
April 17, 2018

Peter Sacks: Migrations

From April 18 to May 19, 2018, Marlborough Fine Art, London will present Migrations an exhibition of recent work by South African artist Peter Sacks. Sacks’ approach to painting utilises the most intimate material residues of life — textiles, texts, and traces of objects — all transformed into active fields of energy, empathy and history. Each work by the artist is a striking......

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Pélagie Gbaguidi: Disclosed Traces and Triadic Apparitions

Sulger-Buel Lovell, London presents Disclosed Traces and Triadic Apparitions, an exhibition of recent work by Beninoise artist Pélagie Gbaguidi. A figure turns back and stares at itself, dissociation captured in a moment composed of fine lines. A dotted thought escapes the lips, which themselves appear to be pulled down with the heaviness of knowing. This soul is peering over its shoulder as the rupture is established,......

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Emo de Medeiros Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for Trans-media Artwork

Beninese artist Emo de Medeiros recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to finance the production of his installation conceived for this year’s edition of Dak’Art, the longest running biennale showcasing contemporary African art. Titled )U(, the installation is a multimedia and interactive piece that will occupy a 300-square metre space, unfold in one of the courtrooms of the former Palais de Justice. The installation......

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Goncalo Mabunda: The Messenger

From April 13 to 27, 2018, Jack Bell Gallery, London will present The Messenger, an exhibition of recent sculptures by Mozambican contemporary artist Goncalo Mabunda. Born in 1975, Goncalo Mabunda draws on the collective memory of his country, Mozambique, which has only recently emerged from a long and terrible civil war. He works with arms recovered in 1992 at the end of the sixteen-year conflict......

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