As part of their 'First Saturdays' programme, Brooklyn Museum will screen Fadugba's short film 'Dreams from the Deep End', followed by a discussion with the artist, Kristen Windmuller-Luna (Sills Family Consulting Curator, African Arts) and swim team members. More info here.
Gallery 1957 will exhibit at 1:54 New York (Industria, West Village) for the third time this May. Come visit us at booth B12 where we will be showing works from Thameur Mejri (Tunisia), Raphael Adjetey Adjei Mayne (Ghana) and Cameron Platter (South Africa). More on ARTNews here.
Serge Attukwei Clottey is on-show at Fabrica gallery, Brighton (UK) from 18 April - 27 May - bringing together Attukwei Clottey’s twin roles as artist and community activist alongside his film and performance work, in a series of public events for the annual Brighton Festival.
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Godfried Donkor’s work ‘An Accra Fetish Hymn’ (2017) is displayed as part of the blockbuster exhibition David Adjaye: Making Memory, at the Design Museum, London; on show until August 4.
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At this year's ART X Lagos, Gallery 1957 was honoured to exhibit a new body of works by Gerald Chukwuma.Click here for more.
Dreams from the Deep End, a solo exhibition by Modupeola Fadugba and curated by Katherine Finerty is featured on Nataal.com. The exhibition will be on display at Gallery 1957 in Accra, Ghana, until the 31st of October 2018. To read the full article, click here.
Modupeola Fadugba's solo exhibition, Dreams from the Deep End, is featured on Broadly. The exhibition will be on display at Gallery 1957 in Accra, Ghana, until the 31st of October 2018. To read the full article, click here.
Godfried Donkor was featured on the cover of London's Evening Standard on Tuesday the 14th of August, 2018. In this interview, the artist talks about his life and work, as well as his upcoming exhition at 1:54 African Art Fair in London's Somerset House this coming October.
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In conjunction with Modupeola Fadugba's solo exhibition "Dreams from the Deep End" Gallery 1957 is pleased to host a morning of art conversations at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City. From 10:30am - 11:30am Round table: Zoe Whitley (Curator International Art, Tate), Othman Lazraq (President, MACAAL: Musée d’Art Contemporain Africain Al Maaden) and Azu Nwagbogu (Executive Director, Zeitz MOCAA) discuss ‘The institution’s role in exhibiting, collecting and conserving art from the African continent’.
11:45pm - 1pm Exhibiting artist Modupeola Fadugba in conversation with guest curator Katherine Finerty.