Barthélémy Toguo features in the fourth Aichi Triennale titled Taming Y/Our Passion. Toguo presents The New World Climax a projected centered around large sculpted wooden seals inspired by immigration passport stamps and Welcome, an outdoor installation enacting hospitality for travellers and the marginalised.
Edson Chagas, Steven Cohen, Nandipha Mntambo, Zanele Muholi, Pieter Hugo and Barthélémy Toguo are included in IncarNations: African Art as Philosophy, initiated by Kendell Geers in dialogue with collector Sindika Dokolo. Held at BOZAR Centre for Arts, the show looks at work from the region as 'a living philosophical practice'.
Zanele Muholi and Barthélémy Toguo exhibit in the fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Curated by Anita Dube under the title Possibilities for a Non-Alienated Life, the biennale 'asks and searches for questions in the hope of dialogue'.
Barthélémy Toguo exhibits with Soly Cisse at Galerie MAM: Art Contemporain in Cameroon. This collaboration is a continuation of a project first presented at the OFF-section of Dak'art, the 10th Dakar Biennal in 2010.
Barthélémy Toguo presents a solo exhibition at the Parrish Art Museum titled The Beauty of Our Voice. The show features various bodies of work, a significant number having been created during a residency at the Watermill Center, New York, where Toguo was the 2018 Inga Maren Otto Fellow.
Barthélémy Toguo and Kemang Wa Lehulere feature in Jeepers Creepers, a group exhibition curated by Behrang Karimi at the Braunsfelder Family Collection.
Barthélémy Toguo features in the 7th Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale, spread across various locations. This iteration includes over 50 site-specific artworks, exhibitions and musical performances seeking to 'question homogenous space'.
Fondation Blachère presents Homo Planta, an group exhibition by Barthélémy Toguo and four artists from Bandjoun Station - a centre for artistic exchange he founded in Cameroon. The exhibition is intended to evoke 'the presence of man in nature, in harmony'.
Meschac Gaba, Moshekwa Langa and Barthélémy Toguo are included in Dak'Art 2018, the 13th Dakar Biennale. This iteration is curated by Simon Njami and themed The Red Hour. The title is taken from Aimé Césaire's play And the Dogs Went Silent, which speaks of emancipation, freedom and responsibility.
Barthélémy Toguo features in WE HAVE DELIVERED OURSELVES FROM THE TONAL – Of, with, towards, on Julius Eastman at Savvy Contemporary. The project consists of an exhibition, a program of performances, concerts and lectures as well as a publication looking at African American composer, musician and performer Julius Eastman.
Pieter Hugo, Zanele Muholi and Barthélémy Toguo are included in AFRICA. Telling a world at Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea. The exhibition curated by Adelina von Fürstenberg and Ginevra Bria will feature 33 artists from the continent and its diaspora.
Art/Afrique, le nouvel atelier features Nicholas Hlobo, Jane 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.
Meschac Gaba, Barthélémy Toguo, Nandipha Mntambo, Moshekwa Langa and Zanele Muholi are included in When the Heavens Meet the Earth: Selected Works from the Sina Jina Collection of Contemporary Art. The exhibition brings together selected works from Robert Devereux’s contemporary art collection.
Barthélémy Toguo had a solo show titled Déluge at Carré Sainte-Anne, a Gothic church turned contemporary art space in Montpellier. Toguo was also included on Every Body at LAAC (Lieu d’Art et Action Contemporaine) in Dunkirk (until 18 September).