Ibrahim Mahama

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This year’s edition focuses on historical relations of resistance and liberation which survive beyond the archive

BY Ben Livne Weitzman |

We hear from fellowship alumni Amina Jama (Chisenhale Gallery) and Kinnari Saraiya (BALTIC) about their successes, and how to support the next fellowship

A new artist edition to support a placement for Black and POC emerging curators at the Whitworth

An exclusive artwork on sale to support a placement for Black and POC emerging curators at the Whitworth

These are the best exhibitions of the year – from a chronically overdue retrospective of Paula Rego to a debut offering of obfuscated, sexualised sculpture by Jack O’Brien

BY Sean Burns |

From Rhea Dillon’s reflections on labour to the best of Black British fashion, Frieze New Writers have selected the top shows to see this season

With a solo show at London’s White Cube, Ibrahim Mahama speaks with Vanessa Peterson about Ghana’s post-independence era, architecture and the importance of his collaborators


BY Ibrahim Mahama AND Vanessa Peterson |

We select seven highlights from the biannual programme of events

BY Laura Robertson |

The strongest exhibitions in the 58th Venice Biennale find creative freedom in failure 

BY Evan Moffitt |

Major new public art initiative on view until June 28, featuring Jaume Plensa, Paulo Nazareth, Sarah Sze, Hank Willis Thomas and many more

The artist brings systems of exclusion and exploitation to light at Apalazzo Gallery, Brescia

BY Barbara Casavecchia |