“The Yinka Shonibare Foundation’s vision is to foster cultural exchange between Africa and the rest of the world by facilitating and engaging in multi-disciplinary dialogue and research.”

Yinka Shonibare CBE

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Open Call: Turn2 Lagos Residencies.

Open Call: Turn2 Lagos Residencies.

Deadline 05 April 2021. 

Curatorial Research Residencies in Lagos for curators and cultural practitioners based in Germany

For curators based on the African continent, please click here

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Open Call: Turn2 Berlin Residencies for African Curators and Cultural Practitioners.

Open Call: Turn2 Berlin Residencies for African Curators and Cultural Practitioners.

Deadline 05 April 2021.

Curatorial Research Residencies in Berlin, Johannesburg, Lagos and Nairobi; for emerging curators and cultural practitioners with curatorial experience.

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Phillips’ 15th Dec ‘New Now’ Auction Features 10 Works to Benefit Y.S.F. & G.A.S.

Phillips’ 15th Dec ‘New Now’ Auction Features 10 Works to Benefit Y.S.F. & G.A.S.

Phillips has partnered with the Yinka Shonibare Foundation to offer a selection of fundraising works in the London ‘New Now’ auction on 15 December.

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THANK YOU FOR THE SUPPORT

THANK YOU FOR THE SUPPORT

We are thrilled to announce that the Yinka Shonibare Foundation, with support from Gasworks and the Triangle Network, has been awarded funding by the London Community Response Fund, administered by City Bridge Trust, the City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, to support artists to develop new work via Guest Projects Digital from June - October 2020. 

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The artist, Yinka Shonibare CBE, talks to the architect Elsie Owusu about his ambitious and challenging project in Nigeria where he is building two residential centres for cultural exchange and research.

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