New Art Online by Silas Adelanke Adeoye, Nigeria | September 2020 | buy art online
His works represent a continuation in the tradition of Yoruba Art, recognizable by his choice of pigment to suit each motif. Visual art, in the historic Yoruba setting, was generally restricted to the courts of the kings and chiefs, and to religious houses.
MAXIME MANGA | solo show | “Be Who You Are”
SLOW magazine, editorial about the South African artist, Samson Mnisi.
The “rainmaker” that became a visual artist.
Interview for ART AFRICA magazine.
Patrizia Helene Litty interviews the South African artist, Layziehound Coka. He talks to her about his shift from engineering to visual art, his unusual iconography &
how hip-hop influences his work.
Moustapha Baidi Oumarou, was born in 1997 in Maroua, in the extreme north of Cameroon. Since his childhood, his developed sense of observation has allowed him to approach life with a certain philosophy and a rare openness.