Nicholas Hlobo
Focus on Africa at Fondation Louis Vuitton

Art/Afrique, le nouvel atelier features Nicholas HloboJane Alexander, Moshekwa Langa, Zanele Muholi, Kemang Wa Lehulere and Bogosi Sekhukhuni on Being There, South Africa; Barthélémy Toguo on The Insiders; and Robin Rhode and Meleko Mokgosi as part of the Louis Vuitton collection.

Various artists at FM Center for Contemporary Art, Milan

Guy Tillim, Meschac Gaba, Nicholas Hlobo, Moshekwa Langa and Robin Rhode were included in The White Hunter: African Memories and Representations curated by Marco Scotini.

Afrique Capitales in Paris and Lille

Meschac Gaba, Simon GushNicholas Hlobo, Moshekwa LangaNandipha Mntambo and Guy Tillim are included on Afrique Capitales, curated by Simon Njami, at La Villette in Paris (including the Mois de la Photo) and the Gare Saint Sauveur in Lille.

Nicholas Hlobo in Uppsala
Nicholas Hlobo has a solo exhibition consisting of new and earlier works, titled Zawelela ngale ('They have crossed to the other side'), at the Uppsala Konstmuseum's gallery space in the old Gustav Vasa castle - his first solo showing in Sweden.
Hlobo wins inaugural Villa Award

Nicholas Hlobo is the first recipient of the Villa Extraordinary Award for Sculpture. The generous award by the Claire & Edoardo Villa Will Trust acknowledges exceptional achievement in the field of sculpture by a South African artist.

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.

Various artists at N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art

Nicholas HloboSerge Alain NitegekaOdili Donald Odita exhibit in Abstract Minded: Works by Six Contemporary African Artists curated by Osi Audu. The exhibition spotlights artists pursuing 'abstraction as a way of engaging in a broader conversation about art'.

Various artists at Performa 17

Nicholas Hlobo, Zanele Muholi and Kemang Wa Lehulere are taking part in Performa 17, the seventh edition of the New York based performance biennial. The South African Pavilion without Walls features artists who have developed 'deeply personal and individual vocabularies in the post-apartheid era'.