Kapwani Kiwanga
Sculptures Confront the Brutal History of Racialized Surveillance in the US
by John Pyper
Mar 25, 2019

“(…) On view at MIT List Visual Arts Center, Safe Passage considers the long history of American race laws through the broad global lenses of diaspora, colonialism, and surveillance. Thanks in part to her multicultural upbringing — she grew up in working-class Canada and spent time with her father’s family in Tanzania — Kiwanga offers a refreshing multifaceted perspective that, in concert with her sculptures, doesn’t allow us to define our history as an accidental or unique local condition…”

Annabel Daou, Elisa Giardina Papa, Šejla Kamerić, Kapwani Kiwanga & Grit Richter
Booth No. G08
Frieze London 2023
Oct 11 – 15, 2023
Kapwani Kiwanga
In Conversation with Carolin Köchling
Artist talk
Gropius Bau, Berlin
Sep 16, 2023, 3pm
Kapwani Kiwanga
The Length of the Horizon
Survey exhibition
Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg
Sep 16, 2023 – Jan 7, 2024
Kapwani Kiwanga
Choreographies of the impossible
Group exhibition curated by Manuel Borja - Villel, Grada Kilomba, Diane Lima, Helio Menezes
35 Bienal de São Paulo
Sep 6 – Dec 10, 2023