Essay

Celebrating Female Pioneers

Where are the Women Image-Makers in African History?

On the occasion of International Women's Day, our author Ethel-Ruth Tawe looks toward…

Visions of Cultural Journalism

In a Hypermediatized World

Enos Nyamor explores the visions of cultural journalism in a hypermediatized world.

States of Mobility

The Politics of Belonging

Mobility in the arts, geographical or otherwise, is often seen as almost a…

Santu Mofokeng (1956 -2020)

A Vision from a Mystical Source

The late Santu Mofokeng was one of the few artists who managed to…

In Memoriam

Anthony Bumhira (1985–2020)

The Zimbabwean artist Anthony Bumhira passed away in January 2020. He was remarkable…

C& Print Issue Another 89

Cultural Development Policy

In the last two decades of the GDR, the East German Center for…

C& Special Edition #Detroit

On Death, Loss, And Processing A (Black) Archive

Curator, writer, and artist Legacy Russell ponders the possibility of materializing a Black…

Murals of Asilah

The Moroccan Sea Town that Turns its Walls into Canvases

Since its rehabilitation in the 1970s, the Moroccan town of Asilah on the…

A New Beginning

How Congo’s Culture Can Move Forward Learning from the Past

In the 1970s Congo (then Zaire) went through a cultural rejuvenation supported by…

Raimi Olakunle Gbadamosi on the Protection of Tap Water

The Possibility of Imagining Something New

His political involvement is fervent, his artistic work constantly investigating social and cultural…

Another 68!

The Black Female Artists Who Pioneered Alternative Art Spaces in Mexico

Despite the 1968 rise of protests against the regime in Mexico, narratives of…

Another 68!

Decolonize 1968! How to shift the Perspective of Collective Memory

In this article Peggy Piesche writes about how much the liberation ideas of…


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