An intimate conversation with filmmaker Amelia Umuhire.
In searing and poetic images, Andrew Tshabangu chronicles Johannesburg in the age of democracy.
Two writers speak about the influential role—and responsibility—of art criticism in Africa today.
In a studio outside of Cape Town, photographer Nico Krijno refashions sculpture and performance.
AMET (Elsa M’bala) speaks with Christine Eyene and Landry Mbassi about YaPhoto.
How are artists rethinking documentary in North Africa?
Looking to vintage photos and alternative processes, an Angolan Portuguese artist engages the infinite possibilities of an image.
In photographs and photomontages, the Madagascar-born artist considers the global reverberations of African culture.
Eric Gyamfi reflects on his activism, photography, and telling the stories of West Africa’s queer communities.