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1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair: Beyond the return to Marrakesh

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Entrance 1:54 Contemporary Art Fair
Entrance 1:54 Contemporary Art Fair Marrakesh

The Marrakesh edition of the Contemporary African Art fair 1:54 returned from February 21st to 24th.

With a total of 18 galleries and 60 artists, the fair held at the luxurious hotel La Mamounia remained a compact show even when compared to the London and New York editions.

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7 ways love is depicted in the work of black visual artists

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Seidou Keita

From Rodin’s marble sculpture to Rembrandt’s Jewish Bride and Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss, love has long been a reoccurring and popular theme in art. What is less so, is the representation of Black people showing the same sentiment.

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An Arty start to 2019: 9 Contemporary African Art exhibitions not to miss in London

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Jean David Nkot, Po Box 237_Dream Ligne 2018, Courtesy Sulger-Buel Lovell
Jean David Nkot, Po Box 237_Dream Ligne 2018, Courtesy Sulger-Buel Lovell

The consistent, upward trajectory of the African Art market shows no signs of abating. If anything, 2019 is promising to be yet again another record-breaking year after an extraordinary 2018.

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2018: An Afrocentric art world review

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Painting Papa Ibra Tall, The Warrior, 1966
Papa Ibra Tall, The Warrior, 1966

2018 has been an outstanding year for artists hailing from Africa and the diaspora. “African art” or more globally “Black Art” inclusive of artists from the diaspora remains a niche within the art world worth $63.7 billion

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