Nka is a brilliant magazine which focuses on African Art. The magazine will contain features on all aspects of the art from literary to visual art and others such as musical art. It is produced in a book style format with a pleasant presentation and classy finish. There will be interviews with artists from all over Africa and excellent content which will bring the reader closer to all the action as it happens. There will normally be around 15 to 20 up-and-coming artists featured in each issue of Nka.
Buy a single copy of NKA or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm!
All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).
This magazine calls itself one of the leading journals of contemporary African art and it lives up to its name perfectly. There will be fascinating features on all the weird and wonderful new art to come out of Africa. African art is completely different to art in the UK and western societies. The art will often reflect what is going on in African society at the moment, and Nka will display all the best African artists around in the industry. If you enjoy reading about art and design and you are tiring of the generic art magazines then why not give Nka a try? It will produce a completely new perspective on the art scene and will bring the reader something completely different to what they may be used too.
Previous artists which have featured in Nka have been El Anatsui, Cullen Washington and Chris Ofili. These are all up and coming artists in the sector of African art. There will be photography as well as paintings and sculptures. All the art is fascinating to look at, especially if you need something to take your mind off your busy day. We suggest that you make yourself a cup of tea and settle down with this magazine to let your mind wander to African pastures. It’s a beautifully presented publication which we think readers could treasure forever; Nka is not the type of magazine that you throw away after you have read it once. Nka is a brilliant publication to dip into whenever you fancy a fix of the very best African art.