Ghana

Bottle-tops, the burning sun, and beating rain feature in this selection of four Ghanaian artworks.

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Mauritania

Copper-tinged clouds and tidinits feature in this selection of four Mauritanian artworks.

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Kenya

Fragmenting relationships and trumpet solos feature in this selection of four Kenyan artworks.

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Morocco

Glassy orbs, unruly youths, and trance music feature in this selection of four Moroccan artworks

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Cancer of the Uterus

A medical diagram is appended with glitter and fluff in this thought-provoking collage by Wangechi Mutu.

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South Africa

Benchwarmers, mysterious powers, and empathy feature in this selection of four South African artworks.

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States of the Arts I

A roundup of artworks by African and Asian artists featured in the States of the Arts column in 2017.

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DR Congo

Watercolours, pangolins, and aspiring musicians feature in this selection of four Congolese artworks.

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Intertextuality

Famous figures and dancing robots feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Intertextuality'.

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Between the Two

A pair of women share a boat yet still appear divided in this bright painting by Lubaina Himid.

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Zimbabwe

Nail art, campfire stories, and mbiras feature in this selection of four Zimbabwean artworks.

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Xhosa

Activism and inspirational women feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Xhosa'.

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Junkyard

Scrap hawkers and giant steel statues feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Junkyard'.

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Interview: Nadifa Mohamed

'Art can be full or devoid of meaning.' We talk to Nadifa Mohamed, author of Black Mamba Boy.

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Nigeria

Swaddled sons, village customs, and civil protest feature in this selection of four Nigerian artworks.

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Algeria

Monotonous monuments and female liberation feature in this selection of four Algerian artworks.

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Senegal

Fashion mishmashes, storytelling, and upbeat balladry feature in this selection of four Senegalese artworks.

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Faeries of the Nile

A flock of faeries give a troubled woman a chance for escape in this short story by Mansoura Ez-Eldin.

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Needlecraft

A tentacled tea stain and scorching sand feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Needlecraft'.

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