The exhibition No Looking Back, Okay? stems from the belief that we do not perceive the past as a concluded story, be it in the form of either a colorful history, lived memories, cultural heritage, or political symbols, but as a field of possible new experiences, which requires from us a contribution of creative and critical responsibility.
Galerie Imane Farès is proud to present Emeka Ogboh’s first solo-exhibition in Paris, curated by the Nigerian-born curator Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi. Ogboh who works in a variety of media with sound as his principal medium, is one of the most innovative conceptual artists practicing today. The exhibition which is titled No Condition is Permanent, a popular Nigerian phrase that reflects the shifting nature of
Artist Emeka Ogboh visited the studio kitchen to talk about culture, food, and migration and to cook moin-moin, jollof rice, and fried plantains together with the studio kitchen team. Ogboh is an artist based in Lagos and Berlin who produces audio installations and gastronomic works. CLICK FOR MORE INFO
Columbia’s Institute for Ideas and Imagination has announced its first cohort of fellows, a group of 16 preeminent scholars, writers, and artists from around the world who are being brought together for year-long residencies at Reid Hall in Paris. Reid Hall is the home of Columbia Global Centers | Paris. The fellows will begin their residencies in September 2018.
The Hugo Boss Prize honors outstanding achievement in contemporary art, celebrating the work of remarkable artists whose practices are among the most innovative and influential of our time. The biennial prize, established in 1996, sets no restrictions on age, gender, nationality, or medium. Juried by an international panel of distinguished museum directors, curators, and critics, it is administered by the Solomon R. Guggenheim