Africa Reborn

African Aesthetics in Contemporary Art

April 12, 2021 By: Adenike Cosgrove

Preview of the ‘Africa Reborn’ exhibition at the muse du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac.

New Book: Transitional Art of the Tikar from Cameroon

March 28, 2021 By: Dr. David Zemanek

Much of the classic African art in the market today was made during colonial times for a western audience. Dr. David Zemanek explains how local artists responded to increased demand by analysing Tikar art made by Cameroonian artists.

Chasing Asiru Olatunde’s Dreams

March 27, 2021 By: Molara Wood

Revisiting the 2005 exhibition at the John Martin Gallery devoted to the work by Nigerian artist, Asiru Olatunde.


1966 in African Art

March 22, 2021 By: Hermione Waterfield

Charting the people, places, and events that defined the year.

Here Are the Must-Try Hair Trends of the 1900s

Animating Old Photos of Igbo People

March 19, 2021 By: Adenike Cosgrove

Here are the hair trends to try from 1900s Igboland.

Christie’s Sells the Saulnier Ciolkowska Collection for €87,875

March 14, 2021 By: Adenike Cosgrove

Review of the 'Living with African and Oceanic Arts' auction.