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RMB Latitudes CuratorLab presents 10 selected curators
RMB Latitudes CuratorLab is a practice-based, online curatorial residency for emerging curators in Africa. This year, ten aspiring curators all the way from Ghana, Namibia, Mozambique, Botswana, Nigeria and South Africa will be guided through a facilitated online residency.
Is vandalising masterpieces futile?
Climate activists threatened to vandalise masterpieces to turn attention to what our society values. Did this have the desired effect and what did it reveal about what kind of art and artists are valued and how climate activists view art institutions?
Dora Dalila Cheffi - The Sunny Nihilist
Dora Dalila Cheffi, a Finnish-Tunisian artist, belongs nowhere. We meet at the artists studio at the Cape Town Art Residency to discuss her self-portraits. A tall mirror is a striking studio tool. There, reversed, the artist sees herself.
All aboard the LuCAC express
When Norwegian-based Zambian Artist Victor Mutelekesha began to conceive of a space that would function as a repository of the arts, it naturally followed that LuCAC would become a station that highlights the multiplicity of cultural identities present in the capital city.
Announcing RMB Latitudes CuratorLab 2023
RMB Latitudes CuratorLab is a practice-based, online curatorial residency for emerging curators in Africa. In 2023, 10 aspiring curators will be guided through a facilitated online residency, designed to offer practical experience in the industry and to hone their curatorial skills.
Meet Tanzanian artist Winifrid Luena
Winifrid Luena's latest body of work is a self-reflection on Winifrid’s continued shifting of states, perceptions, and ideas of living in response to adapting to changes in culture, reality and self-identity after moving from Tanzania to South Africa.
No longer quite the new kid…but in a good way
With Covid lockdowns over for vast majority of the art world, Art Basel Miami Beach hosted its largest edition yet, expanding to the entirety of the Convention Centre and taking over the top floor for the expansive Collector Lounge and talks area.
Mihloti ya Ntsako: Reflecting on the art collection as a journey
The book Mihloti ya Ntsako – Journeys with the Bongi Dhlomo Collection, is both a chronicling of a collection and a biography of its collector, the accomplished artist, curator and arts administrator, Bongiwe Dhlomo-Mautloa, better known as Ma Bongi Dhlomo.
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