Art criticism and Africa

Katy Deepwell


  • Unknown publisher
  • London
  • 1998
  • English
  • Paperback
  • 125 pages


Published as part of "African Art and Society Series" in conjunction with the International Association of Art Critics (AICA), the book is focused on contemporary art and art criticism in Africa in general and in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Nigeria and Egypt in particular. The essays in the book shed light on many institutional and administrative issues in contemporary culture: highlighting the role of public and private galleries, art magazines, the press, art schools, groups of artists and critics and the work of government.


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Katy Deepwell is a feminist art critic and academic, based in London