Into a light (Mabli), Berlin, Casper White, 2018, oil on stainless steel; photo: Prudence Cuming; courtesy the artist and National Portrait Gallery, London
Akɛ yaaa heko || One does not take it anywhere, Elisabeth Efua Sutherland and Fagot Koroviev, 2018; pigment prints, dimensions various; featuring Alina Maria Veeser; Jacqueline Fadel; Vivian Boateng, James Turkson-Brown; Jeremiah Atcheah; Doris Mamley Djangmah; courtesy of the artists and Gallery 1957, Accra
A.L. Moore is approached by students enthusiastic to meet him at SKI / Secundair Kunstinstituut, Gent
Copyright: National Photo Library of Botrovia
Silver Hawk, Jason Brooks, 2017, acrylicand airbrush on canvas stretched over polyester cloth, courtesy of the artist and Marlborough Fine Art, London
Yaa Asantewaa (working title/ in progress), Lina Iris Viktor, 2016,
pure 24 karat gold, acrylic, sumi ink, gouache, print on matte canvas, 101.6cm x 132.1 cm
Untitled, Paul Avis
Untitled (Metamorphosis 7), Mohau Modisakeng, 2015, inkjet print on Epson Hot Press Natural, 120cm x 120 cm, copyright the artist, courtesy Tyburn Gallery
The birth of Venus (new series), Godfried Donkor, collage on paper, 2017 courtesy the artist. Godfried created this work for the cover of CCQ. We are very grateful. Thank you bruv!
Apodemy, film still, Katerina Athanasopolou
Lone Taxidermist, 2017, photo: Carlotta Cardana
Collaborative portraits of Athi-Patra Ruga with White City inhabitants, Gástôn van Mülders with Francesca Donovan, photographers assistant for CCQ, 2015.
The History of Humans, (installation/performance view), Chim↑Pom, 2015, Photo: Gástôn van Mülders for CCQ.
Shelving in Christian Andersson’s studio bunker, Fagot Koroviev for CCQ, Malmö 2016
Megan Broadmeadow collaborated with: Fagot Koroviev; Fashion Director Danielle Rees; session hair stylist Dom Capel; Central St Martin's fashion design students (Belinda Gredig, Salome Kappelin and Scarlet Yang); and students and staff from Carmarthen School of Art.
Studio Mobile, Malleon
Sleeping Pill Action, Venice, Jan Fabre, 13.5.2017, Salute, Venice, Duration ±1 hour
Whilst Jan Fabre was in Venice for the opening of his exhibition Glass and Bone Sculptures, 1977–2017, (a Collateral Event of the 57thVenice Biennale), Fabre collaborated with Koroviev in the production of five formal portraits.
Interpolated film stills from 2 or 3 Tigers, Tzu Nyen Ho, 2015, 2 channel CGI video, 10 channel sound
Serge Attukwei Clottey and GoLokal, 2016 performative portraits: Fagot Koroviev for CCQ. (All garments: performer’s mother’s own); photographic and logistical assistance: Nii Odzenma and Sophie da Gama Campos
100% Beefcock & the Titsburster, Nov 2015, Abacus, Cardiff, photo: Gástôn van Mülders and Amber Bower
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