Les Ateliers de la Pensée
The 4th Les ateliers de la Pensée brought together artists and intellectuals from Africa and the Diaspora at the Dakar Museum of Black Civilizations
The Evidence of Things Not Seen
The US artist’s first solo and retrospective exhibition in Germany takes the name of a Baldwin essay and features a variety of media.
When Rain Clouds Gather
This exhibition at Norval Foundation shows a detailed history of pioneering Black South African female artists from 1940 to 2000.
This edition of artHARARE, navigating through the city and diasporic experiences, allowed reflections on the possibilities of presenting art online.
Responding to the Global Pandemic
In a recent exhibition, the London-based photographic arts organization Autograph ABP addressed multi-perspective takes on Covid by British photograph
Best of 2021
From the restitution of the Benin Bronzes to the overdue celebration of female artists from Africa; these are some of our most read articles in 2021.
Let us Mourn in Peace
Enos Nyamor looks back at a year in the arts marked by collective mourning as a cosmic bond between Africa and the diaspora.
Thread for a Web Begun at MoAD
The Malawi-born, Johannesburg-based artist creates scenes of the domestic to celebrate the feminine and the unseen.
The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing
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
Art historian Jamila Moroder argues that an exhibition in Bolzano, Italy, disconnects techno…
Black Archives Sweden
The artist explores Sweden’s iron production and its connection with the transatlantic slave…
Chinua Achebe Exhibition
C&’s Obidike Okafor reviews an exhibition celebrating a fifty-year old film adaptation of…
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