Gallery Girl meets House of African Art

In 2018 lawyer Maryam Lawal founded House of African Art (HAART), a platform dedicated to showcasing artists from Africa and the diaspora in London

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Hassan Musa @ Gallery of African Art

“The global market rationality pushed contemporary societies to a position where few people, (those who make what we eat, what we see, what we hear, what we read, etc.) control the destiny of the whole world. Thus, conspiracy theories are not just the sign of mutual mistrust between members of the contemporary society. They are […]

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Lina Iris Viktor @ Amar

  Behind a curtain in a gallery in North London lies an undiscovered world. Inside the building’s doors, the hallway to the gallery’s walls is sectioned off by two pieces of black fabric that are drawn together so that no light can seep through and ensuring that its beguiling contents is concealed. If you should […]

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Pangea II @ Saatchi

This time last year the Saatchi Gallery presented us with its Pangea exhibition of contemporary art from Africa and Latin America. The show seemed to be very popular, however, while much was written about it, there was one stand out work that eclipsed the rest of the art on display: Rafael Comezbarros’s ant installation. This […]

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African & Latin American Art @ Saatchi

Giant ants and sacks cover the walls of the latest exhibition at Saatchi Gallery. Pangea was the land mass that once united Africa and Latin America, whose contemporary art now shares a stage at the Chelsea gallery. As always, with Saatchi Gallery, the show is a mixed bag. There is a lot to see across […]

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