Selected Exhibitions

 

2017

~ Krannert Museum, Illinois, solo show, Did You Know We Taught Them How To Dance? 10th Nov 2016 – 25th March 2017
~ Walther Collection, Ulm, Germany Recent Histories: Contemporary African Photography and Video Art
~ Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery, Krakow, Poland, New Region of the World  8th Sept – 30th November 2017
~ Prospect 4, New Orleans, 18th Nov 2017 – 25th Feb 2018

 

2016

~ Krannert Museum, Illinois, solo show, Did You Know We Taught Them How To Dance? 10th Nov 2016 – 25th March 2017
~ Walther Collection Project Space, NYC, September 22nd 2016
~ Boys’ Quarters Projects Space/Tiwani Gallery, London,  The Pineapple Show curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa, July 2016
~ Arles Photo Festival, France, 4th July – 25th September
~ Bozar, Brussels, Dey your Lane! Lagos Variations, June 2016
~ Serpentine Gallery, London, screening, 14th May
~ Brooklyn Museum, NY, group show, Disguise, 22nd April 11th Sept 2016
~ Blaffer Museum, Houston, Texas, solo show, Did You Know We Taught Them How To Dance?  26th Sept – 16th March 2016
~ Fowler Museum, LA, USA, group show, Disguise, 18th Oct 2015 – 13th March 2016
~ Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, London, 6th Jan 7th Feb 2016
~ Tate Britain, screening and talk, 18th Jan 2016

 

2015

~ Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen, Embodied: Performance & Documentary, 5th Nov – 6th Dec 2015
~ Fowler Museum, LA, USA, group show, Disguise, 18th Oct – March 13th, 2016
~ Guggenheim, Bilbao, Making Africa, 30th Oct, 2015 – 21st Feb 2016
~ Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town, South Africa, 8 Sept – 9 Oct 2015
~ Blaffer Museum, Houston, Texas, solo show, Did You Know We Taught Them How To Dance?  26th Sept – 16th March 2016
~ Seattle Art Museum, Disguise, Seattle USA, 18th June-Sept 7th
~ Outdoor video projection on the Manhattan Bridge, Crest and Trough,  NYC, 4th June 2015
~ HOME, The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things, Manchester UK, 22nd May 26th July
~ Boys’ Quarters Project Space, Niger Delta Flow, 25th April 8th Aug 2015
~ Video art Festival, Tromsø, Norway, March 2015
~ Weeksville Heritage Center, After Afropolitan group show, Brooklyn, NY, 5th – 13th Feb 2015

 

2014

~ 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair Forum, London: In Conversation with Koyo Kouoh, 18th Oct
~ Goodman Gallery, Cape Town: [Working Title] 2014,  20th Sept  25th Oct 2014
~ Brundyn Gallery, Cape Town, 4th Sept 25th Oct 2014
~ Boys’ Quarters Project Space, Port Harcourt: Oil Man: Paintings by Segun Aiyesan,  Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa. Featuring works by Segun Aiyesan and 17th Sept 5th Dec 2014
~ Boys’ Quarters Project Space, Port Harcourt: The Restless Grove,  Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa. Featuring works by Perrin Oglafa and video installation by Zina Saro-Wiwa, 31st May 31st July
~ Moderna Museet, Stockholm: screenings of Eaten By The Heart March

 

2013

~ Cokkie Snoei Gallery, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 24th Feb 4th April
~ Parking Gallery, Johannesburg: African Aesthetics of Progress series, February
~ Menil Collection, Houston, Texas: The Progress of Love till March 17th
~ Pulitzer Foundation, St Louis: The Progress of Love alongside Yinka Shonibare MBE, Temitayo Ogunbiyi and Sophie Calle

 

2012

~ Menil Collection, Houston, Texas: The Progress of Love, group show, from 3rd December
~ Pulitzer Foundation, St Louis, USA: The Progress of Love exhibition, alongside Yinka Shonibare MBE, Temitayo Ogunbiyi and Sophie Calle, from 16th November
~ Third Streaming Gallery, NYC, guest artist chef at Paladar series, 22nd February

 

2011

~ Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, group show, December 1st 2011 – 14th January 2012.
~ New Museum, NYC, Transition Magazine’s 50th birthday celebration in an evening curated by Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts and Steffani Jemison
~ Museum of Art and Design, NYC, Zina appeared on a panel with Harry Belafonte and Xenobia Bailey discussing the power of art in the black diaspora, April 2nd
Location One, NYC, Sharon Stone in Abuja, group show, 5th Nov 2010 17th January 2011

 

2010

~ HBO, first broadcast of This Is My Africa (Feb 2010 – Feb 2012)
~ Location One, NYC, Sharon Stone in Abuja, group show featuring Pieter Hugo, Wangechi Mutu, Andrew Esiebo, Mickalene Thomas and Zina Saro-Wiwa. Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa and James Lindon, 5th Nov 2010 17th January 2011

 

2009

~ Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town, Forex, installation of This Is My Africa alongside works by Nicholas Hlobo and Deborah Poynton, 4th June – 1st August 2009
~ Brooklyn Museum, NYC, screening of This Is My Africa
~ Newark Museum, USA, screening of This Is My Africa
~ October Gallery, London, screening of This Is My Africa