Kapwani Kiwanga
Kapwani Kiwanga Has More Questions
by Ginanne Brownell Mitic
The New York Times
Oct 2, 2019

“(…) “Glow” features three sculptures of human height with an LED light source. That installation is based on the 1713 law enacted in New York City titled A Law for Regulating Negro and Indian Slaves in the Night Time, requiring black and indigenous slaves to carry torches after dark if a white person did not accompany them.“She is touching on very relevant topics in our society today,” said Ms. Wagner, who met Ms. Kiwanga in Rio de Janeiro in 2014. “There is never a sense of knowing better or a sense of hierarchy in her work. She is opening up a dialogue and creating an exchange that leads to a new perspective that is very inspiring.”(…)”

4. Amtsalon
With works by Annabel Daou, Šejla Kamerić, Kapwani Kiwanga, Anna Steinert, Angelika J. Trojnarski, Grit Richter and Anna Witt
Gallery Pop Up
Amtsalon, Berlin
Dec 1 – Dec 3, 2022
Kapwani Kiwanga
Becoming Flower - Cosmogonies II. Devenir fleur
Group exhibition curated by Hélène Guenin & Rebecca François
MAMAC, Nice
Nov 10, 2022 – Apr 30, 2023
Kapwani Kiwanga
Kapwani Kiwanga. Zurich Art Prize
Solo exhibition
Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich
Oct 27, 2022 – Jan 15, 2023
Kapwani Kiwanga
in Conversation with Massimiliano Gioni
New Museum
Sep 29, 2022, 6:30 pm