Cameron Platter in Los Angeles, San Fransisco and Paris

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Cameron Platter will host three solo exhibition aboard during the months of May and June. The exhibitions will take place in1301PE, Los Angeles; Éric Hussenot, Paris; and  Ever Gold [Projects], San Fransisco.

See below for the various dates and addresses.

Teen Non_Fiction at 1301PE.
19 May – 16 June, 2018
6150 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048, USA
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You Look Like Your Face at Éric Hussenot
9 Jun – 21 Jul 2018
5 bis rue des, Haudriettes, 75003, Paris
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13 Works at Ever Gold [Projects]
2 Jun- 30 Jun 2018
1275 Minnesota Street, Suite 105, San Francisco, CA, 94107
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Ruby Swinney at Zeitz MOCAA

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Ruby Swinney will host a solo exhibition title Human Nature at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art.  There will be a preview on the evening of the 30th of May at 7pm. Please note access to preview events are on presentation of membership card and ID. The exhibition will run from from the 1st of  June until 31 October 2018.

“It was the secrets of heaven and earth that I desired to learn; and whether it was the outward substance of things or inner spirit of nature and the mysterious soul of man that occupied me, still my inquiries were directed to the metaphysical, or in its highest sense, the physical secrets of the world.” Mary Shelley, Frakenstein

Please RSVP to for the preview evening on the 30th of May at 7pm.

V&A Waterfront, Silo District, S Arm Rd, Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001

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Lungiswa Gqunta at CCA, Lagos

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Lungiswa Gqunta will be involved in a research project, Women on Aeroplanes, to be hosted by the Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, Nigeria. The project is titled after Ghanaian writer Bernard Kojo Laing’s critically acclaimed second novel, Women of the Aeroplanes, written in 1988.

The project will comprise of a series of lectures, Search and Research: Looking for Colette Omogbai, dedicated to unfolding and mobilising various theoretical, artistic, academic and non-academic strategies of investigation that  centre the representation of women out of in the history and the writing of history.

The project will run from from 23 May – 26 May 2018.

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