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With what theme
do you work? 
With no theme;
is life a theme?
I reflect only on the
mistakes of the Past,
to try to understand 
what we have fallen into.







 
 

2017
“If you’re running from history, it will eventually catch up with you”, [interview] C& magazine (special documenta 14), No. 7, June 2017: 19-21. Print. 

Lack, Jessica. Why Are We "Artists"? 100 World Art Manifestos. England: Penguin Modern Classics, 2017.

2016
Dakar- Martiggny. Hommage ˆ la Biennale d‘art contemporain, Directeur de la publication: Mads Olesen (Martigny: ART-RAYéditions, 2016), pp. 71-73.

2015
Griffiths, Claire. “Imaging the Present: An Iconography of Slavery in Contemporary African Art” in At the Limits of Memory: Legacies of Slavery in the Francophone World, edited by Nicola Frith & Kate Hodgson. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2015, p. 209-228.;

Mémorial ACTe. Direction: Thierry L’Étang. L’esclavage et la traite négrière dans la caraïbe et le monde. Guadeloupe: Mémorial Acte Éditions, 2015. pp. 150-151.

2014
Njami, Simon. The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Hell, Purgatory Revisited by Contemporary African Artists. (Frankfurt: MMK Kerber, 2014). pp. 148-151.

2011
Ancestral Space Translated Identities. Ôas it is!Õ Contemporary African Art Exhibition Series. (Dubai: The Mojo Gallery, 2011), Exhibition Catalogue.

2009
African Women, Edited by Ameziane Ferhani (Alger: National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Alger, 2009), Exhibition Catalogue. pp. 31-33.

Gbaguidi, Pélagie. “The Black Code”, translation by Obi Okigbo and Zoé Whitley in Frank & Timme Verlag für wissenschaftliche Literatur (Slavery in Art and Literature), © Frank& Time, 2009, pp. 111-124.

Akinbode Akinbiyi und Barbara Barch. DAKÕART. Die 8. Biennale zeitgenšssischer afrikanischer Kunst. Who am I? (Stuttgart: Institut fŸr Auslandsbeziehungen Berlin, 2009), Katalog. pp. 34-37.

2008
L’homme est un mystère 2. Expositions d’art contemporain d’Afrique, ODDCC Côtes d’Armor: Oct. Nov. Dec. 2005. p. 6.

#2008 Dak'Art. Afrique : Miroir ?, catalogue de la 8e Biennale de l'art africain contemporain, 2008. Catalog. pp. 102-103.;

Dunja Hersak, Écouter et entendre : Pélagie Gbaguidi, Ola-Dele Kuku, Carlos Amorim Lemos, Toma Luntumbue, Hassan Musa, Otobong Nkanga, Aimé Ntakiyica, Mulugeta Tafesse, Galerie Kevin Conru, Bruxelles, 2008, p. 74.

2007
Frauen Kunst Wissenschar: Kšrperfarben Ð Hautdiskurse, Halbjahreszeitschrift Juin, 2007, n¡ 43 pp. 83-87.

Uncomfortable Truths: the Shadow of Slave Trading on Contemporary Art and Design., V&A Musuem. 2007, Catalog.

2006
Dak’Art 2006, 7e Biennale de l’art africain contemporain, 2006, Catalogue. pp. 188-189.

Annik Blavier. La visite est terminée, (Bruxelles : la trame, 2006), Catalogue de l’exposition.

2005
The Imaginary Pelagie. Directed by Olga Baillif & Katy N'Diaye, Link Inter-Cultural Journal of Art and Literature, RTBF (Documentary), 2005.

Liaison, Revue Inter-culturelle d’Art et de Littérature. 2005, Nº25. pp. 36-41

2004
Nouvelles impressions. Directeurs de la publication: Patricia Solini et Bevis Martin. (Nantes: Chiffoleau, 2004), Publication pour exposition et résidence. pp. 65-74.

Murphy, Maureen. “La biennale de Dakar au coeur des enjeux du marché de l’art en Afrique et en Occident.” Africa e Mediterraneo 47-48 Jan-Fev 2004: 48-53. Print.

N. Paradoxa, International Feminist Art Journal. (Domestic Politics), Vol. 13, Jan.

DAK’ART 2004. 6ème Biennale de l’Art Africain Contemporain, Edité par Sylviane Diop (Dakar, Sénegal : Biennale des Arts de Dakar, 2004), Catalogue de l’exposition. pp. 34-35.

2003
Ves Rencontres de la photographie africaine: Rites sacrés/ Rites profanes. (Bamako: Rencontres de Bamako, 2003), Catalogue de l’exposition. pp. 52-53.

2002
N.Paradoxa, International Feminist Art Journal, London, UK



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