59th Venice Biennale

What a Uganda Pavilion in Venice Means to Ugandans

It has received a special mention for its inaugural pavilion in Venice, yet Uganda’s global art venture has just begun, writes author Gloria Kiconco.

La Biennale di Venezia

En quoi le modèle de la Biennale de Venise est obsolète

(EN) With the national pavilion model, the Venice Biennale masquerades provincialism as worldliness. And it’s Global South artists who pay the price.

Opening of Efiɛ Gallery

What Are the Stakes of Representing Art from Africa in Dubai?

As the first African-owned art gallery in the UAE, Efiɛ may have to interrogate existing cultural legacies in the region, writes Nantume Violet.

A Latin American Universe

What Is “Latinx”?

Aldeide Delgado looks for C&AL into the implications and opportunities of the term “Latinx”.

Saison Africa2020

La Saison Africa2020 peut-elle mettre le discours français au diapason du XXIe siècle ?

Au Palais de la Porte Dorée, une exposition collective sous la direction de…

In Memoriam

Jamal Boushaba, the Bel Ami (1965–2021)

Jamal Boushaba – writer, cultural journalist, publisher, curator, and all-round romantic character from…

Black (Art) History Month

Looking at The Intersection of Time

While questions around time are currently occupying many, we rummaged through our archives…

No Justice No Peace


In this current moment, which ferociously amplifies the uncertainty, pain, and disruption caused…

Virtual Dialoguing and Soliloquizing

Intimacy and Exposure in an Age of Lockdown

Covid-19 has undoubtedly already changed everyone’s lives. What the future holds, no one…



C& is in solidarity with all the artists, independent curators, writers, other cultural…

States of Mobility

“The passport that does not pass ports”

Mobility in the arts, geographical or otherwise, is often seen as almost a…

Santu Mofokeng (1956-2020)

In Complicity with a Great Documenter

In 2019 young South African curator Thato Mogotsi had been invited by the…