Guest Artists Space
Guest Projects Digital
One donation makes twice the impact as we join The Big Give Christmas Challenge to crowdfund for two new residencies at Guest Artists Space Foundation in Nigeria.
From 1st to 27th November Guest Projects Digital will be revealing the process behind the realisation of Oracle Afronaut, an ambitious new work by internationally renowned Ghanian performance artist and Guest Projects Digital Artist in Residence, Steloolive.
From 4th to 30th October Guest Projects Digital is revealing intimate insights into the process and layered multidisciplinary practice of British Congolese artist Djofray Makumbu.
From 20th September until 2nd October Guest Projects Digital is spotlighting the work of conceptual artist Baff Akoto across both the website and Guest Projects social channels as part of the 2021 programme.
From 6th September until 18th September Guest Projects Digital is spotlighting the work of Ghanaian artist Denyse Gawu-Mensah across both the website and Guest Projects social channels as part of the 2021 programme.
From 23rd August until 4th September Guest Projects Digital will be spotlighting the work of Ghanaian artist Akwasi Bediako Afrane across both the website and Guest Projects social channels as part of the 2021 programme.
The second edition of the digital artist residency programme returns with an exciting new cohort of creative practitioners from Africa and its Diaspora.
Following an open call in March 2021 we are excited to finally be able to announce the recipients of the TURN2 Residencies. The fully funded programme provides living and working space and offers research opportunities for curators and cultural practitioners with curatorial experience...
A build update on the Guest Artists Space (G.A.S.) buildings in Lagos and Ijebu.
G.A.S. Foundation - Head of Programme and Artist Liaison, full time, Lagos, Nigeria
"Cultural appropriation is a two-way thing": Yinka Shonibare on Picasso,masks and the fashion for black artists. Article by Jonathan Jones
Phillips has partnered with the Yinka Shonibare Foundation to offer a selection of fundraising works in the London ‘New Now’ auction on 15 December.
Your generous contributions support the Foundation’s distinctive interdisciplinary residencies, research, education programmes and public events.