Ibrahim El-Salahi

The Milk of Dreams @ The 59th Venice Biennale

Curated by Cecilia Alemani

Johnny Abrahams

You & I Are Earth, 1661

Vigo Gallery
4 May – 27 May 2022

Jordy Kerwick

Vertical Planes

Wellington Arch
6 April – 29 May 2022
Hastings Contemporary
1 April – 5 June 2022

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Group Dynamics | Collectives of the Modernist Period

Lenbachhaus
19 October 2021 – 12 June 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground

Temple Station's Roof Terrace
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Masterpiece

Booth 214
30 June – 6 July 2022
Tegnerforbundet
17 June – 31 July 2022
Wellington ArchApsley Way, London W1J 7JZ
8 June – 30 October 2022

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Black and White

Vigo Gallery
1 June – 29 August 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Wild Flowers Will Grow

Arts Club Dubai
10 March – 16 September 2022

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Pain Relief Drawings

Salah Elmur

Water and Electricity

Vigo Gallery
16 September – 5 October 2022
Vigo GalleryJavits Center
9 September – 13 September 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Map of Big Love

Lakwena x MINI
17 September 2021 – 17 September 2023

Ibrahim El-Salahi

AFRICAN MODERNISM IN AMERICA, 1947-1967

Organized by the American Federation of Arts and Fisk University Galleries Curators: Perrin Lathrop, Nikoo Paydar, and Jamaal Sheats

Fisk University Galleries in Nashville, TN
22 October 2022 – 22 January 2023

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Black Orpheus: Jacob Lawrence and the Mbari Club

Chrysler Museum of Art
7 October 2022 – 8 January 2023

Marcus Harvey

Waterloo Sunset

Vigo Gallery
11 January – 19 March 2023

Matthew Burrows

In and Through

Wellington Arch
2 November 2022 – 8 January 2023
Vigo Gallery
11 November – 30 November 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Jump Paintings

Hastings Contemporary
9 June – 9 September 2022

Jordy Kerwick

The self-taught Instagram artist who’s now courted by billionaires
 
Vertical Planes
6 April – 29 May 2022

Johnny Abrahams

 
You & I Are Earth, 1661
4 – 27 May 2022

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Venice Biennale kicks off with brightness and joy amid global tensions
 

The Venice Biennale Power List: Here Is Every Gallery Representing an Artist at the 59th Edition of the Venice Biennale
 
2 April 2022

Lakwena Maciver

7 Artists to Watch — and Invest in — This Year
From NFTs to fabric sculptures, these are the art movers and shakers to put on your radar.
 
17 March 2022

Matthew Burrows

Artist Support Pledge sales campaign, which raised more than £80m on Instagram during the pandemic, turns attention to Ukraine crisis
 
11 March 2022

Amir Nikravan

Inside a Magical Florida Home That Looks Like the Fabled Hanging Gardens of Babylon
 

Jordy Kerwick

8 Artists Who Had Breakout Moments at London’s March 2022 Auctions
 
22 February 2022

Salah Elmur

Salah Elmur Sudan made me an artist
 

Lakwena Maciver

Art review: ‘Jump Paintings’ and Back in the Air by Lakwena
 
Jump Paintings; Part 2
8 – 28 February 2022
9 February 2022

Lakwena Maciver

My Art Diary And Other Thoughts February 2022
 
Jump Paintings; Part 2
8 – 28 February 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Spin the Ball
 
Jump Paintings; Part 1
19 January – 5 February 2022

Ibrahim El-Salahi

A Venice Biennale Informed by the Pandemic Will Spotlight Women
 
The Milk of Dreams @ The 59th Venice Biennale
Curated by Cecilia Alemani
23 April – 27 November 2022

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Time capsules, more women and a room for Paula Rego: curator Cecilia Alemani reveals her plans for this year’s Venice Biennale
 
The Milk of Dreams @ The 59th Venice Biennale
Curated by Cecilia Alemani
23 April – 27 November 2022
28 January 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Lakwena Maciver– interview: ‘I like to think my work will bring hope to people’
 
Jump Paintings; Part 1
19 January – 5 February 2022
27 January 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Lakwena Maciver’s paintings celebrate Black joy on the basketball court
Jump Portraits is a vibrant ode to the beauty, majesty, and divine inspiration of the sport’s most iconic players
 
23 January 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Why do artists ignore sport? It’s time for change
Our critic blows the whistle on this cultural failing
 
Jump Paintings; Part 1
19 January – 5 February 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Lakwena Maciver blasts colour and energy into a hidden corner of London
 
Jump Paintings; Part 1
19 January – 5 February 2022

Lakwena Maciver

The Sky isn’t the Limit: Artist Lakwena Maciver’s ‘Jump Paintings’ are an expression of Black Joy
 
Jump Paintings; Part 1
19 January – 5 February 2022

Zak Ové

Navigating Worlds an Ocean Apart, Through Art
Four artists featured in a major London exhibition about Britain and the Caribbean reflect on identity, the art world and living through changing times.
 
Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s - Now
1 December 2021 – 3 April 2022
4 January 2022

Lakwena Maciver

12 Artists Poised to Break Out in 2022, Based on Our Survey of Top Dealers, Advisors, and Curators
 

Matthew BurrowsMarcus Harvey

Top 10 Alt Power 100 2021 Artlyst
 

Zak Ové

Why, for me, Frieze London is a satellite art fair
Ahead of its time, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair is more than just a satellite to the Regent's Park event
 
Aerial Basket Ball paintings
14 – 17 October 2021
30 November 2021

Zak Ové

As interest in artists of Caribbean heritage grows, Tate Britain show aims to create 'landmark' moment
 
Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s - Now
1 December 2021 – 3 April 2022
15 November 2021

Nika Neelova

Nika Neelova – interview: ‘Everything in the world around us is constantly undoing and you can just grasp a moment of it’
 
Silt
22 October – 22 December 2021
10 November 2021

Nika Neelova

Celine New Bond Street: a carnival of materials, furniture and art
 
10 November 2021

Nika Neelova

CELINE’s New London Store Captures Hedi Slimane’s Exacting Sense of Taste
Including a new series of art commissions, and furniture made by the designer himself.
 

Lakwena Maciver

A different perspective: the changing status of Black British art
 
Aerial Basket Ball paintings
14 – 17 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Lakwena Maciver paints a "vision of paradise" on the roof of London tube station
 
Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022
21 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

From the shredder to the metaverse
 
Aerial Basket Ball paintings
14 – 17 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

‘The Artists Garden' with Lakwena 1400sqm Temple Station Roof Terrace Comes to Life
 
Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Back in the Air, The Artist’s Garden, review: A colourful dose of joy on a forgotten rooftop by the Thames
 
Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022

Lakwena Maciver

Fiorucci And Lakwena Celebrate Their Rousing Collaboration In Colourful Style
 

Lakwena Maciver

Why black Art Matters
I was a sceptic, but diversity in art has been wondrous and may be its salvation
 
Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022
15 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

A private party with Radiohead and big questions on the big screen: the latest gossip from Frieze London
Court Artist says it with flowers
 
Aerial Basket Ball paintings
14 – 17 October 2021

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Ibrahim El-Salahi on the importance of stories, trees and why he misses Sudan
 
Frieze Sculpture
Meditation Tree
14 September – 31 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Court Artist Says It With Flowers
The Art Newspaper
 
Aerial Basket Ball paintings
14 – 17 October 2021
14 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

‘Are There Any Left?’: A Sales Frenzy at London’s 1-54 Fair Reflects the Heated Demand for African Contemporary Art
 
Aerial Basket Ball paintings
14 – 17 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair Nets Lakwena Maciver Basketball Paintings
Ocula
 
Aerial Basket Ball paintings
14 – 17 October 2021
12 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Frieze And Fanciful Art: London’s Artistic Highlights This Fall
 
Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022
6 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Artist turns secret tube station roof into technicolour garden
 
6 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

A razzle dazzle makeover for Temple Station’s Roof Garden
 
Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022
6 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

A colourful rood and giant feet: Best Photographs of the Day
 
Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022
6 October 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Artist Lakwena Maciver Unveils her expansive, immersive floorscape tiles - Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground, commissioned by theColab.
 
Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground
7 October 2021 – 18 July 2022
5 October 2021

Jordy Kerwick

The Most In-Demand Artists on Artsy in September
 
30 September 2021

Ibrahim El-SalahiLakwena MaciverZak Ové

This immersive exhibition traces the legacy of Black British creativity
Visionary curator Aindrea Emelife has taken over Christie’s with the most thrilling Black British artworks of the last four decades
 
Black Bold British
Curated by Aindrea Emelife
1 – 22 October 2021
16 September 2021

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Frieze Sculpture at Regent’s Park review: a delightful meeting of park and art
 
Frieze Sculpture
Meditation Tree
14 September – 31 October 2021

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Frieze Sculpture 2021: A vibrant, political and cross-generational return
 
Frieze Sculpture
Meditation Tree
14 September – 31 October 2021

Ibrahim El-SalahiLakwena MaciverZak Ové

‘It’s About Black Art Not Being a Sellable Fad’: How One Curator Is Navigating the Market for a Show of Black British Art at Christie’s London
 
Bold Black British
1 – 22 October 2021
15 September 2021

Ibrahim El-Salahi

In Pictures: See the Joyful Works Included in Frieze Sculpture 2021, From a Pearlescent Monolith to a Quirky Pineapple
 
Frieze Sculpture
Meditation Tree
14 September – 31 October 2021
26 August 2021

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Frieze Art Fair Makes its Return to London
 
20 July 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Artist Lakwena on her new Covent Garden installation
 
Nothing Can Separate Us
8 July – 30 September 2021
8 July 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Covent Garden Installation Revealed
The Daily Telegraph
 
Nothing Can Separate Us
8 July – 30 September 2021
8 July 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Artist Lakwena has brought some colour to Covent Garden
 
Nothing Can Separate Us
8 July – 30 September 2021
8 July 2021

Lakwena Maciver

Lakwena brings her acid-bright, type art to Covent Garden in a takeover of optimism
 
Nothing Can Separate Us
8 July – 30 September 2021
30 March 2021

Salah Elmur

Centre Pompidou acquires three works by Salah Elmur
 

Lakwena Maciver

Art review: ‘Jump Paintings’ and Back in the Air by Lakwena
 
Jump Paintings; Part 2
8 – 28 February 2022
1 May 2018

Daniel Crews-Chubb

Daniel Crews-Chubb
 

Ibrahim El-Salahi

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

Daniel Crews-Chubb

An ugly kind of pretty: The unruly painting of Daniel Crews-Chubb
 
17 March – 28 April 2018
6 April 2018

Stephen Chambers

Review: The Court of Redonda, Heong Gallery
 
21 March 2018

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Is interest in African art on the rise in the Middle East?
 
29 January 2018

Derrick Adams

 
Sanctuary
25 January – 12 August 2018

Derrick Adams

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

Derrick Adams

How an Artist Learned About Freedom From 'The Negro Motorist Green Book'
 

Derrick Adams

Derrick Adams is Focusing on a Positive Vision for the Future
 
Sanctuary
25 January – 12 August 2018

Nika Neelova

 
XVII. The Age of Nymphs
10 November 2017 – 13 January 2018

Hassan Hajjaj

HASSAN HAJJAJ MAKES MARRAKESH GO POP

Life and Culture
 
La Caravane
4 September 2017 – 7 January 2018

Hassan Hajjaj

Hassan Hajjaj’s Vibrant Photographs are a Riot of Colour
 
La Caravane
4 September 2017 – 7 January 2018

Leonardo Drew

participates in major touring exhibtion

 
Solidary and Solitary
The Joyner/Gluffida Collection
15 February – 15 July 2017

Nika Neelova

 
Theatre of the Absurd
13 September – 21 November 2017

Jordan Nassar

 
Dunya
9 September – 4 November 2017
16 August 2017

Ibrahim El-Salahi

What’s the best work of art you saw this summer?
18 well-traveled experts weigh in
 
9 August 2017

Stephen Chambers

#31
Rock (‘n’ Roll) Fantasy
 
The Court of Redonda
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
13 May – 26 November 2017
3 August 2017

Stephen Chambers

Stephen Chambers: The Court of Redonda Venice Biennale 2017
 
The Court of Redonda
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
13 May – 26 November 2017
11 July 2017

Bram Bogart

Black Power in the art market; Saatchi's new dealer show; a $10 million Masterpiece sale
 
Zonzucht
4 October – 22 November 2017
14 June 2017

Zak Ové

Doors open: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2017

 
14 June – 20 August 2017
31 May 2017

Zak Ové

Art gone wild
The best places to see sculptures outdoors - Yorkshire Sculpture Park
CNN
 
14 May 2017

Stephen Chambers

Courtiers in Search of a Kingdom
Portraits on show at Venice Biennale are part of a very old in-joke
 
The Court of Redonda
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
13 May – 26 November 2017

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Sudanese artist’s haunting images of prison come to MoMA
 

Leonardo Drew

interview

On Space

 
Number 197
De Young Museum
25 March – 29 October 2017

Derrick Adams

Artforum review

 
The Studio Museum, Harlem
3 May 2017 – 23 February 2018

Biggs & Collings

Seeing A Message in the Medium
State magazine
 
May 2017

Nika Neelova

Art Research Map
 
19 – 23 April 2017

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Witness: The World Festival of Black Arts
 

Ibrahim El-Salahi

The Museum of Modern Art is showing how artists can respond confidently to Trump
Washington Post
 

Zak Ové

British Museum permanently installs first Caribbean art commission

Zak Ové’s Moko Jumbie sculptures now stand in the Africa Galleries
 
Moko Jumbies
28 March 2017 – 28 March 2018
30 March 2017

Zak Ové

interview

Tackling slavery through Caribbean sculpture
 
Moko Jumbies
28 March 2017 – 28 March 2018

Toby Christian

Collar published by Koenig Books, London

 

Nika Neelova

exhibits in Moscow

 
Blue Seventeen
3 March – 9 April 2017

Nika Neelova

exhibits in Germany

 
Leidenschaft (Passion)
Focus Pierre Soulages
19 February 2017 – 21 January 2018

Ibrahim El-Salahi

in Paris

 
Treasures of Islam in Africa
from Timbuktu to Zanzibar
4 April – 30 July 2017

Ibrahim El-Salahi

at MoMA

MoMA Protests Trump Entry Ban by Rehanging Work by Artists from Muslim Nations
New York TImes
 

Nika Neelova

included in

 
Seventeen
27 January – 25 March 2017

Amir Nikravan

AMIR NIKRAVAN: Rational Design
 

Kadar BrockIbrahim El-SalahiZak Ové

How to Spend It
A dynamic contemporary art platform for emerging talents
 

Ibrahim El-Salahi

in conversation

Understood and Counted
Guggenheim Abu Dhabi
 

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

Derrick Adams

Wins Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize by New York’s Studio Museum in Harlem.
 

Derrick Adams

10 Disruptors who are completely changing the art world
These players are shaking things up
Artsy
 

Ibrahim El-Salahi

on The Arab Spring Notebook

Modern Forms
 

Ibrahim El-Salahi

exhibiting in Sharjah

 
The Khartoum School
The Making of the Modern Art Movement in Sudan
12 November 2016 – 12 January 2017

Ibrahim El-Salahi

exhibiting in Munich

 
Postwar
Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965
14 October 2016 – 26 March 2017

Zak Ové

40 Male Nudes and a Tribute to Malick Sidibé Are the Highlights of this Year's 1:54 London

 
The Invisible Man and The Masque of Blackness
6 – 9 October 2016

Ibrahim El-Salahi

The father of African modernism

 

Zak Ové

On Guard

The Times
 
The Invisible Man and The Masque of Blackness
6 – 9 October 2016

Kadar Brock

Sunday-S Gallery

 

Boyle Family

exhibiting in York

 
Flesh
York Art Gallery
23 September 2016 – 19 March 2017

Boyle Family

exhibiting at the V&A

 
You Say You Want a Revolution
Records and Rebels 1966-1970
10 September 2016 – 26 February 2017

Ibrahim El-SalahiMasaaki Yamada

exhibiting in London

 
Making and Unmaking
19 June – 18 September 2016

Derrick Adams

Artist Explores The Vibrant, Complex History of Blackness on Television
 

Ibrahim El-Salahi

SUITED Magazine: Bridging the Divide

 

Ibrahim El-Salahi finds the Commonality in Human Experiance, Laying it Bare in Black and White.

 

By Marianna Nannarone

 

 

 
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Keith Coventry

PICKING UP THE PACE
The irresistible rise of Keith Coventry
 

Biggs & Collings

Prismatic New Paintings by Husband and Wife Duo Biggs and Collings
 
They Shall Be Male And Female
24 March – 4 May 2016

Ibrahim El-Salahi

The Pioneering Sudanese Artist That You Should Know
Artsy
 

Zak Ové

featured in Newark Museum

 
Arts of Global Africa Galleries
24 July 2015

Ibrahim El-Salahi

What is African Art
 
11 May 2015

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Leading Sudanese Artist Ibrahim El-Salahi Receives Renewed International Recognition This Spring
 
Flamenco
29 May – 31 July 2015
28 January 2015

Lakwena Maciver

The sense of adventure in Lakwena Maciver’s universe
 
3 July 2013

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Ibrahim el-Salahi: from Sudanese prison to Tate Modern show
 

Marcus Harvey

The art and visual culture magazine
Elephant Magazine