New Museum Online Event: Meeting Worlds – On Okwui Enwezor’s Work

Okwui Enwezor (1963-2019) was an internationally renowned, Nigerian-American curator, art theorist and political scientist, whose scholarship and portfolio of major projects were the focus of a recent discussion: “Meeting Worlds – On Okwui Enwezor's Work,” hosted online by the New Museum, New York, 21 January 2021.

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Sahel: Art and Empires on the Shores of the Sahara

Dr Carol Ann Dixon's review of the 'Sahel' exhibition (The Met, NYC, 2020). The content focuses primarily on the forms and expressions of material culture that emerged in the western Sahel, spanning key transitional periods from the dawn of ancient Ghana in the 4th century through to the fall of the Segu Empire in 1861.

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Trokon Nagbe: The World Gives Life – A Solo Exhibition at Skoto Gallery, New York

I was delighted to visit Skoto Gallery during my recent trip to New York City and experience a very warm welcome from the co-owners - Skoto Aghahowa and Alix du Serech - who both took time to introduce me to their arts space, share information about the history of their past exhibitions and provide additional... Continue Reading →

Women, Feminism, Art and Aesthetic Liberation: Innovative Pedagogies and Practices

Earlier this year as part of my visit to the USA to present at the College Art Association (CAA) annual conference in New York I was pleased to attend the CAA's Committee for Women in the Arts panel session themed around "Feminist Pedagogy through Activist Arts Practices" (New York Hilton, Manhattan, 17 February 2017). During this 90-minute session... Continue Reading →

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