Guess who's back? Back again ... I am alive and kicking and I have yet another remarkable exhibition for you. Firstly, I want to take this time to just say a quick thank you to those of you who routinely visit this small space I've created and especially to my ever brilliant partner for his … Continue reading Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga: Fragile Responsibility.
Finally, after many failed attempts, I was able to attend a private reception at Jack Bell Gallery. As a part of their mailing list, i get first hand notifications for private receptions, and having always made plans to see how they may compare to others I've attended, something always seemed to come up. But this … Continue reading Boris Nzebo: Noir Desir
Gallery of African Art (GAFRA) rarely fail to amaze me by bringing in new and exciting works from phenomenal artists. When I received the email notification about the private view reception for Nelson Makamo's work, I was delighted. Having never heard of him, I looked forward to being introduced to a new contemporary talent from … Continue reading Nelson Makamo: Souls of Azania
So I'm back with another pretty cool exhibition and it's showing at Tiwani Contemporary gallery. If you were unable to see their last exhibition (Phoebe Boswell's For Every Real Word Spoken), you can check out my post on it here. I roped my beautiful friend, Tope, into attending the private exhibition with me and my … Continue reading Mimi Cherono Ng’ok: Everyone is Lonely in Kigali
The first time I went to October Gallery, a couple of years ago, was to view El Anatsui's work. Ghanaian born and living in Nigeria, El is internationally known for his use of aluminum bottle tops in his work but his art is not limited to that. El uses a range of tools and a number of … Continue reading October Gallery: El Anatsui