Art Writing

Shiraz Bayjoo: “the unimaginable distances” (Interview at the artist’s studio in London)
Moving Histories, 8 June 2017
Phoebe Boswell (Interview: “I always want drawings to be open and moving and shifting”  (For Every Real Word Spoken, Tiwani Contemporary, London)
Moving Histories, 13 April 2017
Kemang Wa Lehulere, Sincerely yours, (Gasworks London)
Finding Africa, 5 April 2017
Daniel Soresa: Paintings at GAFRA (Gallery of African Art)
writing in relation, 6 March 2017
Corinna Spencer: “There will always be a film to open up another way of looking”
movinghistories.com, 16 December 2016
The story of a gift. 200 1st Avenue (2014-2016): A film by Conrad Ventur 
minor literature[s], 7 October 2016
Carlos Noronha Feio and Yvette Greslé in conversation, March 2016
Exhibition text: “discursive foundations of sunsight”, Carlos Feio at Narrative Projects, 15 April 2016 – 04 June 2016
Paul Kindersley: “I’m not interested in the suspension of disbelief” (An Interview at A.P.T. Gallery, Deptford, London)
minor literature[s], 8 February 2016
Art as a Philosophical Exercise: The Porcupine In the Room (Gitanjali Dang & Yvette Greslé) (Delfina Foundation, London)
Art Africa, December 2015, Issue 02, pp.156-159. An extract, Yvette’s ‘in conversation’ with Gitanjali is archived on writing in relation.
1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, Somerset House, London, 2015 (Report)
Ocula, 28 October 2015
The Film Will Always Be You: South African Artists on Screen (Tate Modern)
Interviews with Dineo Seshee Bopape and Lerato Shadi
Art Africa, September 2015, Issue 01, pp.168-173 (archived on writing in relation)
The Revolution Will Be Downloadable (e-studio Luanda, Tiwani Contemporary, London)
Art Africa, September 2015, Issue 01, pp.210-211 (archived on writing in relation)
All Of Us Have A Sense Of Rhythm (Curated by Christine Eyene, DRAF, London)
Art Africa, 30 July, 2015
Phoebe Boswell: The Matter of Memory (Carroll/Fletcher, London)
Africanah, 2 May, 2015
Senzeni Marasela: Women’s Waiting/Women’s Searching (Venice)
Catalogue, Johannesburg Pavilion, 56th Venice Biennale, 2015
Nástio Mosquito: Daily Lovemaking (Ikon Gallery, Birmingham)
inmg, 29 March, 2015
Bonita Alice, Obscured Proximities (AOP, Johannesburg)
Exhibition Brochure Essay, 2015
El Anatsui (October Gallery, London)
Africanah, 8 March, 2015
A Flag For the Unspoken: Nathalie Bikoro at the Pitt Rivers Museum (Oxford)
Numéro Cinq, January, 2015
Katlego Tlabela: “I see how history repeats itself” (Cape Town)
minor literature[s], 22 December, 2014
Patrizia Guerresi Maïmouna (Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, Seattle)
Africanah 6 November, 2014
Eileen Perrier: Peckham Square Studio (London)
Photomonitor, October, 2014
Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955 – 1989): A Retrospective (Tiwani Gallery, London)
Photomonitor, October, 2014
Brett Bailey, The Barbican and Black Britons
Africa is a Country, 2 October 2014
Barbara Walker (Birmingham/London)
Africanah, 7 September, 2014
Ablade Glover, Conversation (October Gallery, London)
Art South Africa, September, 2014
Twenty Pound Spectacle: Brett Bailey (exhibit b)
3:AM Magazine, 27 August 27, 2014.
Issa Samb: From the Ethics of Acting to the Empire without Signs (Iniva, London)
Africanah, 5 July, 2014
Sharlene Khan, when I felt like I just wasn’t being heard: Nervous Conditions (Part 1)
Catalogue Essay, 2014
Oversaturated: the problem with Richard Mosse’s Photography (Photographer’s Gallery, London)
Apollo, 20 June, 2014
Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze (Tiwani Gallery, London)
this is tomorrow, 13 June, 2014
Micheál O’Connell (or Mocksim) [London]
inmg gallery blog, 9 June 2014
Aboudia Abdoulaye Diarrassouba and Armand Boua (Jack Bell, London)
Africanah, 8 May, 2014
Collapse: Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (Carroll/Fletcher Gallery, London)
Photomonitor, February, 2014
Jaki Irvine, This Thing Echoes (Frith Street Gallery, London)
this is tomorrow, 27 January, 2014
Harold Offeh: Performing Covers (Maria Stenfors, London)
minor literature[s] 21 January, 2014
Larry Achiampong: Sankofa and Samples of Me (London)
writing in relation December 26, 2013
Shelley Theodore / Bloomberg New Contemporaries (London)
Photomonitor December, 2013
Stan Douglas: Disco Angola (Victoria Miro, London)
this is tomorrow 5 December, 2013
Chiharu Shiota: other side (Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne)
minor literature[s] 19 November, 2013
Kara Walker at the Camden Arts Centre
this is tomorrow 5 November, 2013
Rachel Maclean: Interview (Scotland)
FAD 1 November, 2013.
Sophie Jung: Learning about Heraldry (Ceri Hand, London)
FAD 7 November 2013
Anna Barham: Not Quite Tonight Jellylike (Arcade Gallery, London)
this is tomorrow 30 October, 2013
UBERMORGEN: userunfriendly (Carroll/Fletcher, London)
FAD 27 October, 2013
Michelle Deignan, Her Fanciful Digression (Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland)
Photomonitor, 14 October, 2013
Hannah Knox: BUFF (Ceri Hand Gallery, London)
FAD, 8 October 2013
Lilah Fowler: Passage and pair (Maria Stenfors, London)
FAD 6 October, 2013
Kimathi Donkor: ‘Daddy, I want to be a black artist’ (Peckham Platform, London)
FAD 3 October, 2013
Paul Kindersley: One Gigantic Sketchbook (Centre for Recent Drawing, London)
FAD 22 September 2013
Barry Sykes: Hermits, Repetition, Contradiction (Artist’s Studio, London)
FAD 5 September 2013
Pratchaya Phinthong: Broken Hill (Chisenhale Gallery, London)
this is tomorrow, 9 August, 2013
Ilona Szalay (London)
Rebecca Hossack Gallery, 7 August 2013
Emma Hart: Dirty Looks (Camden Arts Centre, London)
FAD 6 August, 2013
Bedwyr Williams
FAD 23 July, 2013
Meschac Gaba: Museum of Contemporary African Art (Tate Modern, London)
FAD 17 July, 2013
Bill Viola: Frustrated Actions and Futile Gestures
 FAD 7 June 2013
Model Court: RESOLUTION 978 HD (Gasworks, London)
this is tomorrow 5 June 2013
Henny Acloque: Life After Magic (Ceri Hand, London)
FAD 15 April 2013
Mikhail Karikis: Voicing the Invisible (London)
FAD 22 February, 2013
Conrad Ventur: Montezland (Rokeby, London)
FAD 5 February, 2013
Eleanor Moreton: ‘I See the Bones in the River’ (Ceri Hand, London)
FAD 24 November, 2012
Bedwyr Williams: Interview (Ceri Hand, London)
FAD 13 October, 2012
Lana Lin (Gasworks, London)
this is tomorrow, 5 October, 2012
Natascha Sadr Haghighian (Carroll/Fletcher, London)
FAD 5 September, 2012