The ninth edition of the 1-54 fair in Harlem made me proud of my Blackness, a feeling most art spaces don’t often inspire.
Frieze or Future? NADA or Volta? To help alleviate the daunting dizziness of too many options, we’ve got the run-down for you.
A useful guide to the fairs and exhibitions of interest opening in the city this month.
This year’s edition will highlight contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora through both an online platform and an in-person exhibition.
At the fair, you can trace visual conversations happening across regions of Africa and their diasporic communities.
Check out Hyperallergic’s guide to the art fairs of Frieze Week in New York.
During the 2018 Frieze Week, there are three art fairs in Brooklyn and we had to check them out.
From Ralph Ziman’s massive Ziman sculpture to Uthman Wahaab’s painterly critiques of technology, this art fair devoted to contemporary African art is packed with fascinating projects of every kind.
As Frieze and TEFAF go head-to-head, eight other fairs or fair-like endeavors are vying for your attention (and time, and money) this week.
This year, there are several artworks at the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair that are worth digging deeper into.
Spring is upon us, and so is Frieze Week.
Seventeen galleries from all over the world have convened to exhibit the work of pan-African artists and artists of the African diaspora.