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Osei Bonsu

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With a recent show at Stephen Friedman Gallery, the Grenadian-born British artist talks to Osei Bonsu about painting, London's 1980s club scene and moving to Cornwall

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

By Osei Bonsu

100 years on from World War I, the filmmaker’s latest work ‘Mimesis: African Soldier’ remembers the faces we seldom see in history books

By Osei Bonsu

Hall’s understanding of cultural identity allows us to deconstruct and reconstruct who we think we are

By Osei Bonsu

The legendary sculptor and performance artist talks liquid sculpture, the politics of dance and the liberating qualities of nylon hosiery

By Osei Bonsu

70 years since apartheid became law in South Africa, a retrospective of the photographer's work opens at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

By Osei Bonsu

With her first UK show at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London, the Harlem-born artist reflects on the African American experience

By Osei Bonsu

Four UK-based museum directors and curators, and a Turner Prize-winning artist, select the shows they are looking forward to this year

'Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form', 2013. Installation views at Fondazione Prada, Venice. Courtesy: Fondazione Prada, Venice; photograph: Attilio Maranzano

Osei Bonsu talks to curator Germano Celant about the enduring relevance of the Italian art movement, Arte Povera – a term Celant coined 50 years ago

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Romare Bearden, Pittsburgh Memory, 1964, mixed media collage and graphite on board, 22 x 30 cm. Courtesy: © Romare Bearden Foundation / DACS, London / VAGA, New York 2017

Successfully layering a broader socio-historical narrative onto a period of radical non-conformity, this is an important show now

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