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Africa in the World: Curating African Contemporary Art in an International Arena with Simon Njami

Thursday, Mar 19, 2009  7pm–9pm iCal

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Elias Sime, What is Love? - 1, 2007 (detail)

Cameroon-born and Paris-based noted essayist and art critic Simon Njami has been described as Europe’s reigning monarch of Afro-hip.” Drawing on his expertise as the curator of the recent Joburg Art Fair, the African Pavilion at the 2007 Venice Biennale, and the much-acclaimed Africa Remix, Njami explores some of the key artists and issues in the thriving and sometimes contradictory contemporary art scene. Co-presented by SMMoA and the Fowler Museum at UCLA; sponsorship support from the department of Art History, UCLA.

Free Admission
Fowler Museum at UCLA, Lenart Auditorium, UCLA North Campus