Opinion

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

WE ARE.

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…

Covid19-Comment

WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER NOW

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…

Black Curators Forum Toronto

A Black Curator is Never Just a Curator

The first Black Curators Forum took place in Toronto, Canada, towards the end…

12e édition des Rencontres de Bamako

Une manifestation de solidarité africaine

Avec Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung à sa tête, secondé par une équipe de…

Looking Back

A Short History of the 2010s in Art

The 2010s not only saw the rise of new and urgent social movements…

C& Special Edition #Detroit

How To Give Space

Olivia Gilmore on moving beyond “allyship”.

C& Print Issue Another 89

What Collective Remembrance Is For

Anniversaries are a chance not only to remember but to reevaluate history, writes…

Debate

How do we (not) Speak About Art and Violence?

On October 1st 2019 SWEAT (Sex Workers Education & Advocacy Taskforce) publicly called for…


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