Edson Chagas
Edson Chagas and Zanele Muholi at NGV Triennial
Edson Chagas and Zanele Muholi exhibit in the National Gallery of Victoria Triennial which features the work of over 100 artists and designers from 32 countries which functions as a survey of 'the world of art and design, across cultures, scales, geographies and perspectives'.
Edson, Mame and Simon at Recontres de Bamako

Edson Chagas, Simon Gush and Mame-Diarra Niang feature in Deconstructed Spaces, Surveyed Memories a group exhibition presented by The Walther collection at the 11th Rencontres de Bamako. This show 'acknowledges the complexities and differing conceptions that can resound through each urban space, personal memory, or social community'.

Zanele, Edson and Simon at Schwerin, Germany

Edson Chagas, Simon Gush and Zanele Muholi feature in a group show titled Madgermanes / Mystery Of Foreign Affairs. Spread across various locations, the exhibition 'searches for a collective cultural and political history that questions the motifs of home and hope, identity and affiliation, and focuses on the deconstruction of hegemonic concepts.'

Edson Chagas at Institute of Fine Arts, New York

Work from Edson Chagas' OIKONOMOS series feature in chin(A)frica: an interface, a group exhibition seeking to investigate 'new parameters in which identity and geopolitics are formulated through recent expansive exchanges between China and African countries over the past decade'.

Zeitz MOCAA opens in Cape Town

Nandipha MntamboEdson Chagas, Zanele Muholi, Nicholas Hlobo and Penny Siopis are among the artists whose work is included in the inaugural exhibitions at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town.

New African Photography in Ulm

Edson ChagasSimon Gush and Mame-Diarra Niang are included in Recent Histories - New African Photography at the Walther Collection. Featuring 14 contemporary artists of African descent, born in the early 1970s and onwards, the exhibition investigates social identity, questions of belonging and an array of sociopolitical concerns.

Edson Chagas at  Kunst Haus Wien

Edson Chagas had a solo exhibition of his Found Not Taken series, featuring images of discarded objects taken as he walked the streets of Luanda, London and Newport, at the Kunst Haus Wien. The show was curated by Sophie Haslinger.

Disguise: Masks and Global African Art
Edson Chagas, Steven Cohen and Nandipha Mntambo had work in Disguise: Masks and Global African Art at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, after showing at the Seattle Art Museum and the Fowler Museum of Cultural History, Los Angeles, in 2015.