How about now? is the title of the first ever Nigerian pavilion at the 57th edition of Venice Biennale. “It was about time”, I’m tempted to say. If we think that only eight Afric..
As the years go by, it feels as if Ruddy Lilian Thuram-Ulien was blessed by time with that same never-aging look he had when playing with Blues, Parma, Juventus and France. World..
“I’ve been going back regularly to Clichy-Montfermeil with my friend Ladj Ly for more than fifteen years. As soon as I think I know this town by heart, it totally metamorphoses, ..
“The African breeze is blowing on our souls – Un air d’Afrique Souffle sur nos âmes” is what you read on one of the banners of the installation by Madagascan artist Joël Andriano..
37 years old Brooklyn resident Sharifa Murdock, partner at Liberty Fairs with Sam Ben-Avraham, is one of those inspiring people you should get to know.
I’ve been following he..
My recent, unforgettable and inspiring five-month journey into Africa led me to both the voodoo festival in Benin and the incredible Nigerian metropolis of Lagos. There, I could ..
This week is possibly the busiest week in London for the art industry. In fact, with all the fairs and art shows opening at once, it’s very hard to select one and give it precede..
Last October I attended the London edition of 1:54 African Art Fair. One of the most interesting artwork that caught my interest was a coffin-shaped Walkman made by Paa Joe. You ..
Every year, on January the 10th, in the Republic of Benin the Vodoun Festival is celebrated – the national day of Voodoo – religion practiced by 17% of Benineses and officially r..