António Ole is an Angolan artist, among the best known in the country. He represented Angola at the 2017 Venice Biennale.
Ole's first international exhibition was in 1984 at the Los Angeles Museum of African American Art. He showed work at the Havana Biennial and Johannesburg Biennial. Ole participated in the African delegation to the 1992 International Exhibition of Seville. His photographs were displayed at the 2015 Venice Biennale and the following Biennale showed several of his films: Carnaval da Vitória, Ritmo do N'Gola Ritmos, No Caminho das Estrelas, Conceição Tchiambula Um dia, Uma vida, and Sem Título.