Interview

Africa2020 Season

Najah Zarbout: Being at a Crossroads

For her exhibition “Thanaya: entre plis et chemins” at Africa2020 Season Tunisian artist…

Africa2020 Season

Abdelkader Damani: Seeking Forms of Freedom

As the subject of Abdelkader Damani’s Africa 2020 exhibition, Algiers is the city…

Africa2020 Season

N’Goné Fall: More than a Season

The large-scale French event Africa2020 hasn’t had an easy start. Curator N'Goné Fall…

In Conversation

Minia Biabiany: Choreography of the Archipelago

In her work, artist Minia Biabiany from the French-speaking Caribbean island of Guadeloupe,…

Over the Radar

Christopher Ulutupu: Fantasy, Desire, and Indigeneity

Despite having had limited cultural exchange, the continents of Africa and Oceania are…

In Conversation

Massinissa Selmani: Creating Work Between Dualisms

Our author Elisa Pierandrei talked to Algerian artsist Massinissa Selmani about his enigmatic…

In Conversation

Uganda’s New Arts Center is One Step Closer to Completion

With its fundraising campaign ongoing, 32º East | Ugandan Arts Trust is nearing…

In Conversation

ruby onyinyechi amanze: Drawing the Elements, Choreographing Freedom

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

In Conversation

Catherine E. McKinley: ‘I have gathered these images, not just for me, but for you’

Ethel-Ruth Tawe talks to the author of The African Lookbook: A Visual History…

In Conversation

Euridice Kala: Rethinking the Archive

The Mozambican artist spoke to Sean O’Toole about her personal approaches to archives,…

In Conversation with Maxwell Alexandre

“There is a Future Changing the Imagination of Subalterity”

The boy who was born in 1990 stepped into his inline “blades” for…

In Conversation

Anta Helena Recke and Joana Tischkau on the German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music

C& spoke to the two founders of a new institution dedicated to Black…


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