PUBLICATIONS

African Arts Journal

Zina Saro-Wiwa’s work is the cover story and subject of a new academic article that appears in African Arts Journal published by MIT Press. The piece “This House Is Not for Sale” Nollywood’s Spatial Politics and Concepts of “Home” in

African Arts Journal

Zina Saro-Wiwa’s work is the cover story and subject of a new academic article that appears in African Arts Journal published by MIT Press. The piece “This House Is Not for Sale” Nollywood’s Spatial Politics and Concepts of “Home” in

Fantastic published by Michaelis Galleries

“Magic becomes art when it has nothing to hide.” “The magician and the politician have much in common: they both have to draw our attention away from what they are really doing.” Ben Okri (Tales of Freedom) Michaelis Galleries and

Fantastic published by Michaelis Galleries

“Magic becomes art when it has nothing to hide.” “The magician and the politician have much in common: they both have to draw our attention away from what they are really doing.” Ben Okri (Tales of Freedom) Michaelis Galleries and

“Disguise” published by Yale University Press

While masks are a major art form in many parts of Africa, their use has taken new turns in the 21st century. Disguise: Masks and Global African Art explores how themes related to masking and disguise in the past are

“Disguise” published by Yale University Press

While masks are a major art form in many parts of Africa, their use has taken new turns in the 21st century. Disguise: Masks and Global African Art explores how themes related to masking and disguise in the past are

READ “Lola of The Red Oil”, short story for Riflemaker Gallery’s “Voodoo” exhibition publication

“I was asked to contribute a text for an exhibition about Voodoo at London’s Riflemaker Gallery. I found myself writing a short story about Bahia, Brazil. I had travelled there many times, the first time as a lone teen traveller

READ “Lola of The Red Oil”, short story for Riflemaker Gallery’s “Voodoo” exhibition publication

“I was asked to contribute a text for an exhibition about Voodoo at London’s Riflemaker Gallery. I found myself writing a short story about Bahia, Brazil. I had travelled there many times, the first time as a lone teen traveller

The Progress of Love published by Yale Press

The publication attached to multi-artist, multi-venue exhibition The Progress of Love that has taken place at CCA Gallery Lagos, The Menil Collection, Houston and The Pulitzer Foundation, St Louis.

The Progress of Love published by Yale Press

The publication attached to multi-artist, multi-venue exhibition The Progress of Love that has taken place at CCA Gallery Lagos, The Menil Collection, Houston and The Pulitzer Foundation, St Louis.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love (2011)

Publication attached to multi-artist exhibition What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, curated by Federica Angelucci at Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town. Published by Stevenson (2011). www.stevenson.info/exhibitions/love/

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love (2011)

Publication attached to multi-artist exhibition What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, curated by Federica Angelucci at Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town. Published by Stevenson (2011). www.stevenson.info/exhibitions/love/

“No Turning Back” essay for Pieter Hugo’s “Nollywood” monograph

Click here to download the essay (PDF)  

“No Turning Back” essay for Pieter Hugo’s “Nollywood” monograph

Click here to download the essay (PDF)