Review

The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing

Jennifer Packer: Confronting the Complex, the Ugly, and the Forbidden

The US painter uses the symbolism of flowers to remember violent losses within the Black community and create tender moments that embody the senses.

Make Techno Black Again

The Exhibition TECHNO Reveals Institutional Blind Spots

Art historian Jamila Moroder argues that an exhibition in Bolzano, Italy, disconnects techno…

Black Archives Sweden

Ina Nian Investigates The Weight of Silence

The artist explores Sweden’s iron production and its connection with the transatlantic slave…

Chinua Achebe Exhibition

Things Fall Together Fifty Years After Things Fall Apart

C&’s Obidike Okafor reviews an exhibition celebrating a fifty-year old film adaptation of…

Are We Not Makers of History?

Afro-Lusophone Artists Grapple with Memory in New Book

A publication featuring artists in Portuguese-speaking countries suggests distinct artistic approaches to dealing…

Africa2020 Season

Can Africa2020 Bring French Discourse into the Twenty-First Century?

A group exhibition curated by Meriem Berrada at Palais de la Porte Dorée…

Invisible Inventories

Absent Figures: The Difficult Questions Restitution Raises

Being asked to call something an object can be troubling, as evidenced in…

Art Education

The New Nsukka Art School: Between Continuity and Change

The kó art gallery in Lagos is presenting a series of exhibitions of…

Okwui Enwezor's last exhibition

Black Grief and White Grievance

At New York’s New Museum, the last exhibition conceived by Okwui Enwezor functions…

Partcours in Dakar

Art in the Year of the Biennale That Was Not

Amina Lawal Agoro looks on the event that reinvigorated Dakar’s art scene during…

A group show at kó art space

Joseph Obanubi, Stephen Tayo, and Edozie Anedu Investigate their Hometown Lagos

Experimenting with new ideas and techniques, the artists' new bodies of work presented…

Book Review: There are mechanisms in place

Place-making in the World of Sunstrum’s Paintings

The Johannesburg-based curator Boitumelo Tlhoaele writes on the figurative artist’s Sunstrum’s works and…


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