Moya is a show that seeks a spiritual awakening, especially after the trauma and isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic
The unity between Zimbabwe’s two main ethnic groups is so fragile that even an inspirational street mural can expose it.
A unique art exhibition has been going on in Nairobi’s Lavington posh suburb. The exhibition has been specially curated by Wajukuu Arts Collective.
Modzi Arts, which supports the creative community in a country that otherwise ignores them, showcases two artists who interrogate climate change, culture and charity in Africa.
Chuma Anagbado’s art captures the energy and vibrancy in our African psyche and culture through his colors, patterns, and unspoken energy.
Without a single prosecution, the illegal trade in artefacts is causing a catastrophic loss for the country.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Nigerian National Commission for Museums and Monuments Announce the Return of Three Works of Art to the Nigerian National Collections.
Congolese refugee Azuri Muhuli uses painting to tell the stories of immigrants who have suffered xenophobic violence.
Nigerian musician Brymo is known for his voice and lyrics. His seventh album, Yellow, was released in 2020. He performed in his concert, Blasphemy!