In this next webinar we will be exploring the question of Africa’s distinct position in the restitution debate and the need for a critical debate with the role of museums in Africa as institutions of public intellectual encounter.
El Hadji Malick Ndiaye is a curator, researcher and writer based in Dakar, Sengal. His work focuses on contemporary art and the socio-historical foundations for its critical proliferation on the African continent
More about El Hadji Malick Ndiaye:
El Hadji Malick NDIAYE has a doctorate in Art History from the University of Rennes II. He is currently a researcher at IFAN/Ch. A. Diop (Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar), Curator of the Théodore Monod Museum of African Art, Secretary General of ICOM/Senegal, member of the IFAN Board of Directors, member of the board of the Art Council of African Studies Association (ACASA) and Artistic Director of the Biennale of Contemporary African Art (Postponed Edition – 2020).
He teaches Art History and Cultural Heritage, collaborates with several magazines and participates in various international scientific activities. A theorist and curator, his publications focus on modern/contemporary art and global history, cultural policies and African museum institutions.
Join us for an engaging live discussion on the 28th of October, 5PM CAT / 6PM EAT