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Since the first edition of the CCA,Lagos newsletter was published in January 2008, CCA,Lagos has continued in its tradition of informing the widest audience possible about its vibrant activities but more importantly to give pride of place to documentation.
Double Issue No 15 & 16, May-Dec 2012
The Progress of Love at CCA, Lagos|The Archive: Static, Embodied, Practiced|Love Text Message Books|History/Matter|Live Constructions.Time. Form. Daily|Condition Report|News from the Library|RAVY 2012|CCA Guesthouse|Images from Art-iculate|The Library
Issue No 14, Jan-Apr 2012
Occupy Nigeria|Tiwani Contemporary|CCA @ The Wheatbaker|Professional Development|The Repositioning of Contemporary Art from Africa on the Map|On the 9th “Bamako Encounters” |CCA Guesthouse|Lagos Photo 2011|Images from Art-iculate|The Library
Issue No 13, Sept-Dec 2011
Owambe, Aso-Ebi and the politics of dree- Research and curatorial intenships|History matter residency programme|Professional develpomemnt |Deterritorialised space|Collector’s focus: Prince (Engr.) Yemisi Shyllon|Where is there? On the Global and the local |Food for thought: Yoruba women’s costume by Eve de Negri|Africa in Venice|Images from Articulate|The Library
Issue No 12, May-Aug 2011
Global Critique Clinic:Artist Professional Development Workshop|All We Ever Wanted|Where is There? On the Global and the Local|On the Move: Cotonou/Porto-Novo|Reflections on ARS 11|Collector’s Focus: Femi Lijadu|Addis Foto Fest, A Successful Strategy|A Kilo of Hope in Collaboration|Images from Art-iculate|The Library.
Issue No 11
J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere: Moments of Beauty (ARS11) |Curator’s Talk: Kristina Van Dyke|Artist’s Talk: Yinka Shonibare MBE|CCA Lagos/Tate Modern Curatorial Exchange|Exhibitions by Mudi Yahaya and Victor Ehikhamenor|Past Programmes: The Green Summary |ProfessionalDevelopment| Deterritorialised Space|Collector’s Focus: Sandra and Joe Obiago|On the Modern and the Contemporary in Nigerian Art|Widening the Scope of Modernism in Nigerian Visual Arts|In Memoriam: Goddy Leye|Review: Events of the Self.Portrait and Social Identity|Available Publications|Nollywood As Popular Art?|Comics by Jimgah|Images from Art-iculate|The Library
Issue No 10, Sept–Dec 2010
International Residencies|Forthcoming and Past Programmes|Artist Focus: Otobong Nkanga|Portfolio@CCA, Lagos|Art, Fashion and Identity: Karo Akpokiere|Contemporary African Art-Language, Dialect or Accent? by Antawan I. Byrd|Cosmolocalism: The Audacity of Place by Ruth Simbao|Invisible Borders 2010|and more…
Issue No 9, May-Aug 2010
Pinar Yolaçan’s ‘Maria’ series|Upcoming Exhibitions and Past Programmes > Artist Focus: Peju Layiwola|Portfolio@CCA, Lagos: J.D. Okhai Ojeikere > A Family Affair by Tam Fiofori|Art, Fashion & Identity Collaboration: Maki Oh & Folarin Shasanya|On African Dress and the Self by Oyinda Fakeye|Whose Subjectivity? Nudity in Contemporary Art by Carrie Schneider|Available Publications|and more…
Issue No 8, Jan-Apr 2010
International Art Photography Residency Programme|Old News #5 and #6 |Artist Focus: Video and Sound Artist Emeka Ogboh|On ‘The Studio Visit’ by Gabi Ngcobo|Book Review: Contemporary African Art Since 1980|Rencontres: Reviews of the 8th Bamako Photography Biennial|Past and Upcoming Exhibitions|“An African View of Art” by Ben Enwonwu|City Focus: Accra, Ghana|and more…
Issue No 6 & 7, May-Dec 2009
Trashing: New works by Kainebi Osahenye starts Sept|Identity: An imagined state- Pioneering Video Art Exhibition in Oct 09|Old News No. 6: Exhibition featuring 62 artists from Lagos and Malmo in Dec 09|Articulate:Lectures continues with international guest speakers|Artist Focus: Performance and Video artist, Jelili Atiku|Flashback: Past programmes