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In Conversation

ruby onyinyechi amanze: Drawing the Elements, Choreographing Freedom

ruby onyinyechi amanze crafts intricate collaged drawings that look like moments of choreographed…

Good to Hear

These Are the Podcasts You Need to Follow

Knowledge production has never been so swift, intersectional, and accessible. And much of…

Collectors' View

Intersecting Patronage, Family and Community with Bernard Lumpkin

After a decade of collecting artworks by artists of African descent with his…

Art X Lagos 2020

Radically Different, This Year

Tokini Peterside explains how Art X Lagos adapted to the pandemic and to…

The Yemisi Shyllon Museum of Art

An Educational Collection

Four years ago, Africa's biggest art collector, Prince Yemisi Shyllon, started the process…

C& Print Issue Another 89

Paving Ways

Raja Lubinetzki is an East German-born poet and artist. Diane Izabiliza sees a…

Inventing Your Own Game

Betye Saar: The Majesty She Holds In Her Hands

In the post-war period, many pioneering Black artists were largely neglected by the…

C& Special Edition #Detroit

Digging Deeper: Inside Horace Imhotep’s Ancestral Clay

Jasmine Sinclair Wilson on becoming Horace Imhotep's artwork.

C& Special Edition #Detroit

Imagining a Way Out: Dystopia and Dictatorships

Felix Jordan Rucker looks into artistic ways of subverting the control of oppressive…

C& Special Edition #Detroit

Why They Left America

Mearg Negusse on the self-imposed exiles of US artists Mildred Thompson and Ben…

C& Special Edition #Detroit

Bring the Pain!

Mearg Negusse portrays the American cartoonist Oliver Harrington and his struggle for liberation.

In Memoriam

Toni Morrison (1931-2019)

Her words are like a second mother-tongue — she taught us a new…


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