Africa Now | Summer 2018

FEATURES

  • INTRODUCTION Robin Scher
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  • BACK TO WHERE THEY ONCE BELONGED
    Proponents of repatriation take issue
    with the past—and present and future Robin Scher
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  • ETHIOPIAN ENTERPRISE
    Artists build a future in Addis Ababa and beyond Mik Awake
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  • THROUGH THE LENS
    How photography became Africa’s most popular art form
    Sean O’Toole
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  • THE CITY AS CANVAS
    Ghana’s artists are building—and engaging—communities Billie A. McTernan
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  • AFRICAN ART SINCE 1992 The Editors of ARTnews
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  • AFRICAN ARTISTS TO WATCH Alex Greenberger
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THE ARTNEWS ACCORD

  • A talk with Touria El Glaoui and Mariane Ibrahim Andy Battaglia

PERSPECTIVES

  • Institutional Memory
    One woman’s path to bringing the world to Africa—
    and Africa to the world Nana Oforiatta Ayim

EDITOR’S LETTER Sarah Douglas


SUMMER PREVIEW


ARTISTS


HABITAT

  • The East End
    Heading ‘out east’ to a historical locus of artistic activity Katherine McMahon

REVIEWS


DISPATCHES

Vol. 117, No. 2


COVER Edson Chagas, Leroy M. Futa, Tipo Passe, 2014. ©EDSON CHAGAS/COURTESY STEVENSON, CAPE TOWN AND JOHANNESBURG, AND APALAZZO, ITALY | CENTER Rotimi Fani-Kayode, In Gods We Trust, n.d. ©ROTIMI FANI-KAYODE/COURTESY HALES GALLERY, NEW YORK AND AUTOGRAPH ABP, LONDON | BOTTOM Lyle Ashton Harris, Venus Hottentot 2000, 1994. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND SALON 94, NEW YORK


 

 

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