Zak Ové

Moko Jumbies

British MuseumAfrica Galleries, Room 25
28 March 2017 – 28 March 2020

Zak Ové

What’s not to love? Ratty as San Francisco is, there’s no denying the magic
 
BLACK AND BLUE: INVISIBLE MEN AND THE MASQUE OF DARKNESS
28 June – 7 November 2018
11 July 2018

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Culture: Adding some glitter to old masters
The New York Times
 

Zak Ové

CHARLES DESMARAIS' ART PICK.
 
BLACK AND BLUE: INVISIBLE MEN AND THE MASQUE OF DARKNESS
28 June – 7 November 2018

Zak Ové

New Sculpture Exhibit at San Francisco Civic Center Turning Heads
 
BLACK AND BLUE: INVISIBLE MEN AND THE MASQUE OF DARKNESS
28 June – 7 November 2018

Nika Neelova

Drifts (there is always ground, even at night)

 
7 September – 18 October 2018

Zak Ové

JOURNEY INTO A NEW DIMENSION
 
Star Liner
19 March – 7 May 2018
18 June 2018

Zak Ové

Mythic Carnival: British-Caribbean Artist Zak Ové’s Multimedia Artworks Requite A Lost African Culture.
 
Star Liner
19 March – 7 May 2018

Ibrahim El-Salahi

The calligraphic lines of Ibrahim El-Salahi
 
A Sudanese Artist in Oxford
18 April – 2 September 2018

Ibrahim El-Salahi

From Khartoum to Oxford with Art and Love
 
A Sudanese Artist in Oxford
18 April – 2 September 2018

Derrick Adams

Artist Derrick Adams Reinterprets Kim Crow Era Travel Guidebooks
 
Sanctuary
25 January – 12 August 2018

Zak Ové

British Museum permanently installs first Caribbean art commission

The Art Newspaper
 

Zak Ové

interview

Tackling slavery through Caribbean sculpture
 
Moko Jumbies
28 March 2017 – 28 March 2020

Ibrahim El-Salahi

in conversation

Understood and Counted
Guggenheim Abu Dhabi
 

15 New Dealers to Watch at Art Basel in Miami Beach
Artsy
 

Ibrahim El-Salahi

The father of African modernism

 

Ibrahim El-Salahi

What is African Art
The Financial Times