A few weeks ago, I got this idea to highlight artists monthly that may not have already graced my blog and so, here we are. Artist Of The Month will be abbreviated to AOTM for the headlines of each post. I decided to do this as an incentive to post more regularly and a reason … Continue reading June: Artist Of The Month – Lakin Ogunbanwo
The art world, as is the case with anything in this life of patriarchy, is dominated by men. If we begin to dissect further by introducing race and all other forms of structural oppression, we will find very little diversity. But this post isn't about shedding light on the whiteness, maleness and all round boring-ness … Continue reading 5 Women Artists You Should Know.
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
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