Current and upcoming
Le Bal, Paris, France
British Journal of Photography, UK
MoMa PS1, NYC, USA
Artspace, Sydney, Australia
Desart Artspace, Alice Springs, Australia
Basel Unlimited, Switzerland
QUAD Gallery, Derby, UK
Albuquerque Museum, New Mexico, USA
CCCB Barcelona, Spain
Ponte showing in Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design, CCCB, Spain 23 March – 28 August 2016
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
MAKING AFRICA – A CONTINENT OF CONTEMPORARY DESIGN is on from October 30, 2015 – February 21, 2016
The exhibition AFRICA: Architecture, culture and identity runs until 26 October and provides a survey of recent developments in design and architecture on the continent. This summer’s major exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen, Denmark, pinpoints a number of judiciously selected examples from a cultural here and now, and sheds light on the diversity and complexity of sub-Sahara Africa.
The Photographers Gallery, Interview
Protest exhibition in Turin
If you happen to be in Turin, stop by the show: the last day to visit is Sunday, February 9th, 2014, 9.30 to 19.30
Over the past three years, people in more than 80 countries across the world have taken to the streets to protest against their governments. But only in six of the above countries did governments finally fall.
On April 24th in Perugia, COLORS will launch the new issue with a lecture by COLORS editor-in-chief Patrick Waterhouse. He’ll be discussing the making of the magazine, “slow journalism” and our favorite insider stories about the contemporary news industry. And until April 28th, you can stop by the festival to get an early copy of #86 – Making the News, and to play with COLORS interactive installation: the News Machine.
Survival Guides São Paulo
Patrick Waterhouse in an workshop he gave to kids who live in the streets of São Paulo. The kids became authors of a survival guide for outsiders in which they showed the reality of living on the streets.(directed by Fernanda Fernandes.)
Launch of COLORS 81 – Transport – A survival Guide
Strange vehicles and extraordinary stories are proof of the power of human ingenuity to solve problems.
Launch of L’inferno
A short documentary about the making of a new edition of the classic book, Dante’s Inferno
In Context presents a diverse group of international and South African artists who share a rigorous commitment to the dynamics and tensions of place, in reference to the African continent and its varied and complex iterations, and to South Africa in particular.