Aimé Mpane is included in focus exhibition Remedies,
Koninklijk Musem voor Schone Kunsten/ MRBAB, Brussels, exhibition October 15, 2021 – Feb 15, 2022
Aimé Mpane (D.R.Congo), Patte Blanche, 2021, acrylic and mixed media on carved wood panel, 60 x 50cm, courtesy of the artist
Aimé Mpane is included in Seeing Differently /The Phillips Collects for a New Century,
The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, USA, exhibition March 6 – September 12, 2021
Shoshanna Weinberger is included in Imaginaires Emancipés / Emancipated Imaginaries.
Manifesta, Lyon, exhibition May,28 - July,16,2021
Lavar Munroe is included in ULTRASANITY: On Madness, Sanitation, Antipsychiatry and Resistance.
SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin, exhibition until February, 20 2020
Lavar Munroe, Institute of Captivity
acrylic, latex house paint, spray paint, fabric paint, pencil, string and staples on cut unprimed canvas, 215cm x 230cm, 2015
Lavar Munroe is included in The Other Side of Now : Foresight in Contemporary Caribbean Art
PAMM Museum, Miami, USA, exhibition until June, 7 2020
Lavar Munroe, Rehearsal for Reconstruction
acrylic, thread, door key, human hair, spray paint and fabric on cut canvas,182cm x 218cm, 2019
Aimé Mpane is included in Congo As Fiction – Art Worlds Between Past and Present
(Museum Rietberg, Zürich, Switzerland, exhibition until March, 15 2020.
Aimé Mpane, La Demoiselle Picasso-Menso, La Demoiselle Picasso-Mputu
acrylic and mixed media on carved wood, dim. 31cm x 32cm x 7cm (two sided/each), 2018
A retrospective of photography by Hector Acebes (1921-2017) at Galerie Le Sud, Zürich, Switzerland, Sept 21- Nov 15, 2019.
A large woodcarving and bronze sculpture by Aimé Mpane has been installed in the main atrium of the Africa Museum in Tervuren, Belgium. The museum reopened on Sunday, December 9, 2018.
A mural by Aimé Mpane is included in the museum show Posing Modernity. The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today at Columbia University, NY. The show is currently on view until February 10, 2019 before traveling to Musée d’Orsay, Paris from March 26 – July 14, 2019
The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas exhibited over 50 works created from 2008- 2018, focusing on the evolution of Munroe's creative practice and it's materiality move off the wall and into a richer dimensionality at once exploring the fragility and tenuous relations of the human condition, Blackness, the grotesque and the beautiful.