The Africa Center launches its new permanent collection with an exhibition featuring works by Serge Alain Nitegeka, Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi and Barthélémy Toguo. The collection aims to stand 'against reducing contemporary African art to a single story'.
Serge Alain Nitegeka exhibits in Ubuntu, a lucid dream at Palais de Tokyo, curated by Marie-Ann Yemsi. The show brings together works which chime with the Ubuntu philosophy of “making humanity together” 'while attempting to approach it as a resource, a space for invention, or fiction, as well as a mediation with the real world'.
Serge Alain Nitegeka presents Black Migrant at Marianne Boesky Gallery. His fourth solo exhibition with the gallery includes new paintings, a large-scale site-specific installation, and a voice recording of Nitegeka reading an excerpt from a journal entry he wrote in 2012.
Nandipha Mntambo and Serge Alain Nitegeka exhibit in Beyond Borders: Global Africa at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. The show 'reflects on this moment by considering how Africa and its artists have been at the center of complex histories of encounter and exchange for centuries'.
Personal Effects in BLACK a solo exhibition by Serge Alain Nitegeka shows at Marianne Boesky Gallery. This series focuses on the effect that the color black has on both the visual and emotional perceptions of his work.
Nicholas Hlobo, Serge Alain Nitegeka and Odili Donald Odita exhibit in Abstract Minded: Works by Six Contemporary African Artists at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art. The exhibition spotlights artists pursuing 'abstraction as a way of engaging in a broader conversation about art'.
Serge Alain Nitegeka is included in Solidary & Solitary, a group exhibition drawn from the Joyner/Giuffrida collection, telling the history of art by African and African-American artists working in abstraction from the 1940s to the present moment.