Benin bronzes: whose restitution is this, anyway?
Phillip Ihenacho, the director of the Edo Museum of West African Art in Nigeria, calls for a new focus, based on realities on the ground rather than romantic notions of the West
Is Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, Africa’s newest art hub?
The urban centre of the world's oldest island is home to an exploding contemporary art scene, with art collector Hassanein Hiridjee's Fondation H the latest major art centre to open its doors
After a landmark election, will Nigeria now invest in its museums?
Nigeria’s art market has exploded in recent years—a newly elected government may now fund and build a museum sector
‘The Benin Bronzes are returning home’: Germany and Nigeria sign historic restitution agreement
More than 1,100 looted items will be transferred though some artefacts will remain on loan to German museums
From artist residency to fully-fledged museum: Ghana's new space for contemporary African art prepares to open in March
Just a year after launching a studio programme in Accra, its ambitious young founder is turning it into a museum
Abuja, Miami, Seoul: gallery director Dolly Kola-Balogun maps out her path to African art’s world domination
The 27-year-old founder of Retro Africa talks about her expansion plans and how she is helping to build a contemporary art scene in Nigeria
Germany launches African museum exchange programme to discuss returning looted objects
New government initiative MuseumsLab aims to foster more international co-operation and consider topics including decolonisation and restitution