In Conversation: Artist and Collector

Collector Theo Danjuma, who set up and manages his family's contemporary art collection, met Neïl Beloufa at a show in New York and has been following his work and progress ever since. The collection's focus is on contemporary African artists and Paris-born Beloufa, of Algerian descent, has been part of the Danjuma Collection for some time. He was exhibited in One Man's Trash, a group showing, on display during this year's Frieze in London. 

Beloufa's latest show, Counting on People, explores an audiences' conventional relationship with the digital screen, as well as the representation of digital information systems through video installations and sculptures. It is on at the ICA from now until November 16th, before moving on to Canada and Spain in the new year.



A new exhibition at Sir John Soane's Museum explores portraiture by British printmakers in the 20th and first decade of the 21st century


The São Paulo-based artist recycles materials, reflecting on the human condition 


His surrealism plays out in procession, mass orchestration and explores public space – a kind of magic that challenges social concerns