Soly Cisse solo at Musee Dapper
The MUSÉE DAPPER in Paris hosts a solo exhibition by Soly Cisse titled LES MUTANTS
Opening 23 March, 18:00 - 21:00 in the presence of the artist.
Victor Ekpuk to paint 18m (58-foot) long mural inside Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Museum visitors are invited to watch him create the mural that will be on the third floor of the museum across from the hands-on family art gallery–Inside Art. Visitors are also invited to a gallery talk featuring Ekpuk on Saturday, March 11 at 1 p.m., which is during the museum’s annual ChalkFest.
This mural begins the renovation of the African Gallery, which will culminate in Fall 2017 with a reinstallation organized by Dr. Christa Clarke, Senior African Curator at the Newark Museum.
Pélagie Gbaguidi - Iris de Lucy, Spain
Iris de Lucy is a touring museum exhibition of female Contemporary African artists, which includes an installation of drawings by Pélagie Gbaguidi.
The exhibition opens at CAAM (Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderne) in Gran Canaria, Spain on 27th January 2017.
African Contemporary Art - the time to buy. Comment on the imminent PIASA auction
Article in French and English (select translation in the Options bar at the top)
David Lurie in the British Journal of Photography
Pélagie Gbaguidi - Iris de Lucy, France
Iris de Lucy
Musée Départemental d'Art Contemporain de Rochechouart, Rochechouart, France
Until 15th December
Review of Rites of Passage: Between Light & Shadow in What's Hot London
Interview with Othello De'Souza-Hartley
Othello De Souza-Hartley profiled
Spanish TV cultural program Metropolis covers 'Iris de Lucy' museum show featuring Pelagie Gbaguidi
Visi interview with curator of FNB Joburg artfair
A roundtable discussion on Victor Ekpuk's COMING HOME exhibition in Nigeria
Ahead of his major first solo art exhibition in Nigeria titled Home Coming, U.S-based artist, Victor Ekpuk hosts Lagos art enthusiasts at a roundtable discussion.
Jenna Burchell exhibits at the Winter Sculpture Fair
Jenna Burchell's latest site specific sound sculpture will be exhibited alongside artists from Africa, Europe and the USA – including Richard Long, Willem Boshoff, Nandipha Mntambo, Tom Price, Moataz Nasr, Rachael Champion, Anton Burdakov, Tom Price, Serge Nitegeka, Mikhael Subotsky, Angus Taylor and Marco Cianfanelli – will create works in response to the highly significant environment of the Cradle of Humankind, where the groundbreaking discovery of Homo Naledi recently took place.
A Place in Time is curated by Helen Pheby PhD, Senior Curator at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, in collaboration with Mary-Jane Darroll, assisted by interns Naudia Yorke and Danika Bester.
The Winter Sculpture Fair takes place on 7 and 8 May 2016 at the NIROX Sculpture Park, Johannesburg.
Jenna Burchell's public installation Songsmith officially opened in Bangor Wales this month
Pélagie Gbaguidi shows in "Lucy's Iris. Contemporary African Women Artists" at MUSAC Spain
Isabelle Grobler's Israel Residency work praised in review
Vivien Kohler exhibits at SOMA
Opening 27th November. Group show entitled I See You...Me, which explores the representation of the other and self. Curated by Sally Shorkend.
Sulger-Buel Lovell participates in Diversity Day within Black History Month at Lambeth Academy
The gallery, represented by London director, Christian Sulger-Buel, exhibits works by Vivien Kohler and Neill Wright as part of the celebrations for Diversity Day at Lambeth Academy, London.
Essl Museum exhibits works by David Lurie
Victor Ekpuk television Showcase TRT World
TVC London broadcast of Victor Ekpuk's exhibition - Portraits
Jenna Burchell RSG Radio Interview during Joburg Arfair 2015
Okay Africa Review on 53 Echoes of Zaire
Victor Ekpuk's New Solo Exhibition in London - press release
Interview with Victor Ekpuk in Hood Museum Quarterly
Review by Be Art Magazine of Jenna Burchell's HOMING at Art15 London
Sulger-Buel Lovell in Review of Art15 by Juliet Highet
Review of Isabelle Grobler's solo at Art15 London by Daniel Cordiner
Christian Sulger-Buel: Trusted Advisor Interview
Review of 53 Echoes of Zaire by Liese Van Der Watt in Contemporary &
Jenna Burchell awarded the Soundlands Art Commission
Jenna Burchell has been awarded the Soundlands Art Commission. She is currently living ad working in Bangor Wales to complete her public sound artwork entitled Songsmith
Guardian in depth article about 53 Echoes of Zaire
Ultra Vie selects Sulger-Buel Lovell among best of fair Art15
"Ultra Vie attended Art15 in London last week and composed an article of our favourite booths at the fair":
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Christine Dixie features in Weiner Festwochen U/Tropia
Film exhibition U/Tropia curated by Brent Meistre takes place at the Weiner Festwochen, Vienna Austria 27-31 May 2015
Included in the tightly curated show, is Christine Dixie's latest work To Be King.
HOMING by Jenna Burchell - on ARTNET list of top ten ART15 London highlights
Sulger-Buel Lovell congratulates Jenna Burchell for her success at Art15 London. Homing, her interactive sound installation has been highlighted by Artnet as top of their top ten artworks at this years London global art fair.
Carolyn Parton features in the 10x 12@SA group exhibition in VeniceThe 10x 12@SA group exhibition, Imago Mundi, will open at the Giorgio Cini Foundation on the 28th August during the Venice biennale and film festival.
Carolyn Parton interviewed on Bloomberg TV
Christine Dixie at the Smithsonian - The Divine Comedy
The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell Revisited by Contemporary African Artists
Museum: African Art Museum
April 8, 2015 – August 2, 2015
Curated by the internationally acclaimed writer and art critic Simon Njami, this dramatic multi-media exhibition reveals the ongoing global relevance of Dante Alighieri’s 14th century epic as part of a shared intellectual heritage. Including original commissions and renowned works of art by approximately 40 of the most dynamic contemporary artists from 19 African nations and the diaspora.
Celebrated artists explore the themes of paradise, purgatory, and hell with video, photography, printmaking, painting, sculpture, fiber arts, and mixed media installation. In so doing, they probe diverse issues of politics, heritage, history, identity, faith, and the continued power of art to express the unspoken and intangible. The exhibition includes Christine Dixie's installation The Binding, which is part of the museum's permanent collection.
Jenna Burchell's HOMING selected for Aesthetica Art Prize, York (UK)
Selected as one of 9 finalists from over 3000 contemporary art entries worldwide, Jenna Burchell will present her interactive sound installation Homing in the Aesthetica Group finalists exhibition in York, UK, hosted by Aesthetica Magazine and York Museum Trust.
The exhibition runs from 26 March to 31 May 2015 at York St Mary’s – York Art Gallery’s contemporary art space, Castlegate, York, YO1 9RN.
David Lurie joins Sulger-Buel Lovell
Sulger-Buel Lovell is pleased to announce that renowned South African photographer David Lurie has joined the gallery. It will be a busy and exciting year, including upcoming museum solo shows with Museum Africa in Johannesburg, and Sasol Museum in Stellenbosch, a residency at Nirox Cradle of Humankind, as well as Lurie's next solo exhibition Writing the City, to be launched at Sulger-Buel Lovell Cape Town's new gallery space at The Palms in Woodstock, and then travel to the London gallery.
New York Public Library acquires Christine Dixie's book The Binding
"It is a beauty and we are excited to add it to the collection!" says Madeleine Viljoen, PhD
Curator of Prints
The New York Public Library
Artist Talk by Christine Dixie at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art
November 17 2014 2-4pm
2pm: Tour of Conversations led by curator Christine Kraemer, Christine Dixie will be present to speak on her piece
3pm: Artist presentation with Q&A
Turay Mederic wins Matisse residency
Turay Mederic has been selected as Artist in Residence at Villa de France from mid march to mid-april 2015. He will be housed in room 35 of the Villa, the room in which Henri Matisse stayed twice for long stays during which he achieved his major change from fauvism to his later more abstract art style.
The Art Newspaper 16 Oct 2014 London
New gallery in Southwark
The London based collector Christian Sulger-Buel opened a gallery dedicated to contemporary African art in Southwark on Monday. The first show "Of(f) Africa" (until 15 November), features Abdulrazaq Awofeso, Ralph Ziman, and Viven Kohler. Sulger-Buel Lovell Gallery is a collaboration between the South African dealer Tamzin Lovell Miller and Sulger-Buel, who has been collecting tribal art from Africa and Papua New Guinea for more than 35 years. A.S.