Africa and the Biennial: Regard Benin

From AFRICA IS A COUNTRY Mon Dec 3 2012, 11:00:28

In Africa "biennials are a difficult idea, conceptually as well as financially, to implement and sustain," Sean O'Toole wrote recently in Frieze. The first Biennale in Lubumbashi in the DRC -- being organised by Sammy Baloji, Patrick Mudekereza and Elvira Dyangani Ose -- was postponed suddenly only two months before it was due to open. O'Toole [...]

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