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Icons of a Metropolis: An Interview with Ade Adekola
Think Africa Press speaks to the Nigerian photographer and conceptual artist.
One Man's Junk is Another Man's Treasure
African artists' use of discarded materials is driven by artistic vision, not necessity.
Harare's International Festival of the Arts: Pushing Boundaries
Zimbabwe's artistic community navigate carefully around state censorship.
Kenya: The Writing's On The Wall
Nairobi graffiti calls for change, but are voters listening?
"Ghetto" Art from the Settlements of Nairobi
The informal settlements surrounding Kenya's capital are breeding a wealth of artistic creativity.
The Hyena Men and Toxic Waste
The iconic images of South African photographer Pieter Hugo.
Interview With Jali Fily Cissokho
The Senegalese kora master talks to Think Africa Press about his instrument and his griot ancestry.
The Art of Abyssinia Explored
Scholars examine the foreign and indigenous influences in Ethiopian artistic history.
A Screaming Man
The critical success of Mahamat Saleh Haroun's latest film is indicative of a broader revival in Chadian cinema.
Owiny Sigoma Band
A new project fuses Luo folk music with contemporary western sounds.
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