Artist Spotlight

Marc Montaret, Senegal

May 06, 2017 By: Adenike Cosgrove

Self-taught artist, Marc Montaret creates contemporary interpretations of classic African sculptures and masks, in a bid to drive the rediscovery of ancient art forms. See how Marc exposes the relationship between the modern and the traditional.


Collector Spotlight

Sindika Dokolo, Angola

May 03, 2017 By: Adenike Cosgrove

"I’m working to create the best collection of classic African art in the world."


Preview of the Christie’s Paris 2017 Spring Auction: Part II

The Laprugne Collection

March 30, 2017 By: Aurore Krier-Mariani

Christie's 2017 spring African art auction has shifted to April to align “with the rhythm of the market“—coinciding with the fourth edition of Paris Tribal, and the ‘Picasso Primitif’ exhibition at the Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac. View works from the Laprugne collection of the April sale.


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Artist Spotlight

Jean-Claude Moschetti, France

March 29, 2017 By: Adenike Cosgrove

Photographer Jean-Claude Moschetti aims to capture the metaphysical realm that exists beyond our perceived reality. His series, 'Magic on earth', captures the masquerades of Sierra Leone, Benin, Guinea and Burkina Faso to highlight the coexistence of the supernatural and the mundane—to explore the visual and spiritual elements of masquerading in West Africa today.


Preview of the Christie’s Paris 2017 Spring Auction: Part I

African Art from Various Owners

March 24, 2017 By: Aurore Krier-Mariani

Christie's 2017 spring African art auction has shifted to April to align “with the rhythm of the market“—coinciding with the fourth edition of Paris Tribal, and the ‘Picasso Primitif’ exhibition at the Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac. View works from the second part of the April sale that will no doubt be successes.


Artist Spotlight

Adeniyi Olagunju, Nigeria

February 26, 2017 By: Adenike Cosgrove

Adeniyi Olagunju wants his art to start a conversation—a conversation about how the raw materials we extract from the ground have taken precedence over more important things in our lives including culture, art and traditions. Read how Niyi’s work of bisected traditional African art questions this value system.