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African Art Outlook for November

Posted in Events  |  November 06, 2021
Since the global expansion of the covid-19, many contemporary African art events have been cancelled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual exhibitions. Some galleries are opened for exhibition visits by appointment. From Lagos to Miami, we’ve got you covered with a quick guide of what to discover this month. So, we’ve rounded up our favorite events of November featuring African and Africa related art practices and projects.

African Art: Spotlight on Auction Houses, Part 3

Posted in Art Market  |  October 16, 2021
Since the organization of the first sales dedicated to contemporary African art, major auction houses have consistently entered this segment of the market. At first, the auction houses struggled to raise awareness around African art, but some of them have persevered, giving the works time to find their way into the collection of international buyers. After several difficult years, there is now a growing demand of African art and their sales have increased in recent years.

African Art Outlook for October

Posted in Events  |  October 02, 2021
Since the global expansion of the covid-19, many contemporary African art events have been cancelled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual exhibitions. Some galleries are opened for exhibition visits by appointment. From New York to London, we’ve got you covered with a quick guide of what to discover this month. So, we’ve rounded up our favorite events of October featuring African and Africa related art practices and projects.

Importance of Deaccessioning Art During a Crisis

Posted in Art Market  |  September 18, 2021
In the pre-pandemic days, art museums interested in deaccessioning artworks from their collections used to follow strict guidelines. Sometimes they invoked the process when founding a piece to be damaged or a duplicate or no longer fitting their mission. With the pandemic hitting the art world, numerous museums had to postpone or cancel exhibitions, and close their doors. A variety of institutions without an adapted online presence came under financial pressure, leading them to either sell or considering selling valuable works to keep themselves afloat.

African Art Outlook for September

Posted in Events  |  September 04, 2021
Since the global expansion of the covid-19, many contemporary African art events have been cancelled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual exhibitions. Some galleries are opened for exhibition visits by appointment. From Paris to Nairobi, we’ve got you covered with a quick guide of what to discover this month. So, we’ve rounded up our favorite events of September featuring African and Africa related art practices and projects.