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
Madagascar exhibition puts pioneering African photo magazine in the spotlight
Revue Noire published the work of thousands of artists of African origin during its ten-year lifespan
In the backrooms of a photography studio, a unique modern history of Madagascar is discovered
Ramily founded Antananarivo’s only operational photography studio, chronicling Malagasy society from independence onwards. His images are about to go on show for the first time
'My blood is my legacy': Joël Andrianomearisoa on representing Madagascar at the 2019 Venice Biennale and opening a museum in his hometown
Ahead of shows in Cape Town and Marrakech, the Malagasy artist reflects on how both his island country and his adoptive home, Paris, have shaped his practice
'We are under the water, but we can dream': Inside Madagascar's first contemporary art centre
Ambitious new gallery Hakanto Contemporary sets out to boost art scene of island nation—but with many of its residents experiencing the effects of devastating floods, is culture really top of their list?