As I sat in the lofty space at Harlem Parish, where South African artist Nicholas Hlobo presented his latest work, umBhovuzo: The Parable of the Sower, I couldn't help but think of the 26 Nigerian g
The Parisian art world will resound to a decidedly African beat when Bernard Arnault's Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, hosts a three-part exhibition devoted to African art: Art/Afrique, le nouvel atel
There's so much to do in New York all the time. Here are 12 things to do to get a good dose of culture and art this week: Opening: Hew Locke: The Wine Dark Sea at Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art An Anglo-Guyanese artist who’s well known for work dealing with issues of race and colonialism, Hew Locke makes his New York solo...
Hans Ulrich Obrist: How did you come to art? Was there some kind of an epiphany? Nicholas Hlobo: It was a long process. When I was younger in school I was very interested in music, and at some point
Innuendo is key to the burgeoning practice of Johannesburg-based artist Nicholas Hlobo, although there is also something markedly clear, even forceful, about an encounter with any one of his many phal