His new style is creating community and sparking reflection on items that have held many meanings throughout history.
A new exhibition seeks to bring contemporary African art to the fore—and there's not a tribal mask to be seen.
Mounir Fatmi explores postcolonial memory through three artifacts from his childhood in 1970s Morocco
Before entering the Menil Collection in Houston, an installation of wood and soil gets quarantined in an oven and a zero-oxygen chamber.
Laolu Senbanjo uses the body as a canvas for his bold and geometric painted patterns.
Lady Skollie has a reputation for using her art to directly call out public figures who have been accused or imprisoned for rape.
Esther Mahlangu creates special edition work in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
From boxer to president, Mandela's life is celebrated through graphic design.
Ancient African sculptures collide with contemporary Western paintings at Peres Projects in Berlin.
The exhibition 'Disguise: Masks and Global African Art' connects African masks to masquerade.
Then the Creators Project takes us inside New York's Armory Show art fair to discuss the fetishization of African art and Motherboard goes behind the scenes of Richard Branson's Bitcoin summit.