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C& Special Edition #Detroit

This Is Not About Kanye

“Oh, hey Kanye, what’s up?” Literally the first thing I’m thinking when I…

City Prince/sses at Palais de Tokyo

Imaginary Spheres Within Real Cities

People babbling, laughing, screaming, cars honking in the midst of friendly chaos: that’s…

Inventing Your Own Game

The Consistency in Howardena Pindell’s Art and Defiance

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

Eyes East Bond

The 13th Cairo Biennale Returns After a Five-Year Break

With a five-year delay for political reasons, the 13th Cairo Biennale is finally…

Akosua Adoma Owusu: Welcome to the Jungle

Beauty and Power in Black Hair Culture

Interweaving different narratives such as hair salon dynamics and fallen celebrities, Akosua Adoma…

Black Models: From Géricault to Matisse

Emerging from Anonymity

By virtue of its subject matter and the fact that it is being…

Liquid Horizons at Tranzit

Creating Alternative Relationships to Archives

An exhibition in Slovakia highlights communities displaced by governmental greed in the name…

Inventing Your Own Game

Frank Bowling at Tate: Redefining the British Art Canon

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

Maxine Walker: Untitled

On Her Way Towards Self-actualization

Maxine Walker’s focus has always been on the representation of Black womanhood. London’s…

The Africa Institute in Sharjah

Decolonizing African Studies: Decades in the Making

By assessing the state of African Studies, a conference at the Africa Institute…

António Ole - 50 Years: Past, Present and Future

A Self-curated Retrospective Calls for New Interpretations of his Art

António Ole is known for his aversion to labels: he doesn’t view himself…

Membrane – African Literatures and Ideas

Occupying the Silence Between Languages

Membrane is a four-day international festival of African literatures and ideas taking place…


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