With a focus on emerging contemporary Black artists living and working both in Africa and its diaspora, DADA's intention is to bridge the gap between visual art and youth culture, acting as a compass for a new generation of art enthusiasts.
DADA seeks to be a resource and an inspiration for anyone interested in Black artists. Young people particularly often feel that there is no space for them in the art world. The hope is that this publication demystifies the world of visual art and creates a community for Black artists, writers and contributors alike to thrive.
For their inaugural print issue, Issue 1 features the work of Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, Bunmi Agusto, Anya Paintsil, Cameron Ugbodu, James Barnor, Samson Bakare, Daniel Obasi, Djibril Drame, Temi Adeniji, Slawn and many more.
Lagos, Nigeria and London, U.K.; 220mm x 280mm; Autumn/Winter 2021/2022