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Okwui Enwezor

An epochal exhibition of the Ghanaian artist – the last curated by Okwui Enwezor – gives the Munich institution a new face

By Jane Ure-Smith

Can Ralph Rugoff’s ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’ exhibition address histories of narrow nationalism, fascism, and empire head-on?

By Negar Azimi

‘Wherever he is now, I know he is waiting for me. There is so much we did not have the time to address’

By Simon Njami

In style as well as substance, the late curator embodied a politics of inclusivity

By Naomi Beckwith

The Nomura Art Award, funded by a Japanese financial services company, is now the largest cash prize available in the arts

By Frieze News Desk

A tribute to the late curator and his belief in the primacy of documentation

By Osei Bonsu

A tribute to the late curator’s support of artists in South Africa and how his writing on them ‘revealed something of his acute sense for history’

By Sean O'Toole

A tribute to the Nigeria-born poet, critic and ‘most important curator of his generation’, who persistently bid us to open our eyes

By Jörg Heiser

Enwezor, who embraced a more pluralistic art history beyond the Euro-American canon, had been battling cancer for several years

By Frieze News Desk

‘The wide range of artists presented in this astonishing show was a provocation that will fuel many young curators and scholars in the coming years’

By Adriano Pedrosa

‘The show singlehandedly thrust Africa back into the culture of global contemporary art.’

By Kobena Mercer

Art and culture have a role in describing the unevenness of the world: where do we go from here?

By Amy Sherlock and Pablo Larios