William Kentridge Solo Show Studio Life Gravures
David Krut Projects and Jillian Ross Print are pleased to present a new body of work. The exciting global collaboration brings together William Kentridge, Master Printer Jillian Ross and the David Krut Workshop, photogravure experts, Steven Dixon in Edmonton, Canada and Zhané Warren in Cape Town, South Africa.
Cinthia Sifa Mulanga is selected for British Fashion Council NEW WAVE: Creatives
Latitudes is thrilled to announce that Cinthia Sifa Mulanga has been selected as one of this year's British Fashion Council NEW WAVE: Creatives. The Fashion Awards is a fundraiser for The BFC Foundation and focuses on celebrating creativity, innovation and excellence in the fashion industry and supporting the future pipeline of creative talent.
The impact of war on the Ukrainian art and social sector
Yana Barinova recently joined the viennacontemporary team as a Development Officer approaching the main statement this year: Ukraine. They discuss the importance of cultural heritage, Barinova's professional breakthroughs and the impact of war on the Ukrainian art and social sector.
Announcing the inaugural ANNA Award Winner
Lerato Nkosi’s entry for the ANNA Award features words inspired by her reading of Bell Hooks’ All About Love: “The book held special resonance for me because of its reference to the author’s upbringing, and the values that developed out of her experiences,” says Lerato.
Examining the portraiture genre, beyond speculation in the art market
There is a perception that the current infatuation with portraiture is a market-driven phenomenon galvanised by white or Asian art collectors looking to profit from sharp rises in value. With this in mind, Latitudes examines whether the relationship between art and commerce can be beneficial to advancing a movement in art.
Aspire Art: The Present Future: A Private Collection of African & International Contemporary Art
Aspire Art is honoured to present a carefully curated single-owner sale. The Present Future: A Private Collection of African & International Contemporary Art is set to impress and intrigue collectors this June.
Are Africa’s best works turning up at Art Basel?
More African galleries and artists are participating in this year’s edition of the Swiss fair. Given this art fair is considered the most important on the global art calendar, you would expect the continent’s top talent to be presented at it. Indeed Anatsui, Kentridge will be prominent but there are a few surprises.
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