It's over a year since I luckily met Phoebe Boswell at her solo show with Tiwani Contemporary. For Every Real Word Spoken was my introduction to her brilliance and it was a beautifully interactive body of work that celebrated womanhood in all it's naked glory. This is a theme that Boswell continues with in her latest exhibition … Continue reading Baring Oneself: Nudity, History and Health – Phoebe Boswell
Almost a week ago, I planned a MeetUp (via the app and various other social media outlets) for Black women who wanted to check out a free exhibition. We met to view Njideka Akunliyi Crosby's The Beautyful Ones work that was - and still is till the 3rd of February - on display at the National … Continue reading Black Girls Meetup: Njideka Akunliyi Crosby
I've been waiting for an exhibition that would sucker-punch me upon entry this year. An exhibition that would stir a whirlwind of emotions at each turn and, yesterday, I found it. For reasons unknown I had been putting off visiting the Autograph ABP, where Omar Victor Diop's exhibition is up, for a little while; I … Continue reading Omar Victor Diop: Liberty/Diaspora!
I'm still recovering from the 1:54 Art Fair fifth edition in London that happened just over a month ago. I don't think i got to soak in all the fantastic works that were on display throughout the course of the 4 days, but i digress; this is not a 1:54 review, but since then, i … Continue reading HER STORY: REWA & Dagmar Van Weeghel
The morning of Tuesday 12th of September was finally here and i was eager and prepared for the viewing reception happening later. Ever since October Gallery announced, back in August, that Alexis Peskine was to be presenting his first solo exhibition in London, I had been counting down in excited anticipation awaiting the moment I … Continue reading Alexis Peskine: Power Figures
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