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Les pratiques décoloniales minga, Colombie

La création comme processus collectif

Minga Prácticas De-coloniales (pratiques décoloniales minga) est un collectif interdisciplinaire qui souhaite entendre…

"Auf Deutsch"

A Bavarian Intergenerational Exchange

Malcom Ohanwe sat down with artist Ransome Stanley to discuss and compare Afro-German…

AMAKABA

Tabita Rezaire Opens AMAKABA – A Space for Collective Healing

In the Amazonian forest of French Guiana, artist Tabita Rezaire has founded a…

La restitution des bronzes du Bénin

Perspectives nigérianes

L’Allemagne devrait restituer les bronzes du Bénin au cours de l’année 2022, nous…

Good to Hear

These Are the Podcasts You Need to Follow

Knowledge production has never been so swift, intersectional, and accessible. And much of…

White Label

Comment Warhol a effacé l’identité de ses modèles transgenres Noir·es.

L'historien de l'art Gürsoy Doğtaş analyse les déséquilibres de pouvoir entre Warhol et ses modèles BIPoC queer et trans du Lower Manhattan.

In Conversation with Nuno Silas

The Intensity of Identity of a Diasporic Artist

We spoke to the Maputo-born artist Nuno Silas about his work in the…

En conversation avec Bola Juju

Rêver une résistance radicale

L'artiste Mia Imani Harrison investit ses rêves pour inventer de nouvelles formes de…

Marechera’s The House of Hunger

The Novel that Almost Shaped a Postmodern Postcolonial Africa

Artist Santiago Mostyn revisits The House of Hunger by Zimbabwean writer Dambudzo Marechera…

Will Furtado s'interroge sur la diaspora globale

Multiplier les perspectives

Notes sur la manière dont une vision élargie du concept de négritude [Blackness] occupe le devant de la scène dans les médias grand public.

La critique institutionnelle

Quand les artistes prennent la parole

L'art a le pouvoir de parler ou même de « penser » pour…

In Conversation with Antwaun Sargent

Tearing Down Borders Between Magazines and Museums

Still fresh from publishing his first edited photography book, The New Black Vanguard,…

magazines

« Creating Art from a Precarious Position Is a Challenge and an Opportunity »

Maximiliano Mamani is an artist from the Argentinean Andes who gives life to…

Africa is the Future

Nicolas Premier is Reconsidering Visual Narratives

Africa is the Future radically challenges the ways in which the continent’s past,…

Digital Arts

Towards New Metaphors of Consciousness

The notion of non-human consciousness is reemerging in the process of reimagining African…

In Conversation with Deborah Joyce Holman and Jasmine Gregory

On Anti-Blackness: An Open Letter to Swiss Institutions

We spoke to two of the 50 Black artists and cultural workers in…

#changethemuseum

Hypocrisis

Countless voices of persons currently working in the cultural field find a platform…

No Justice No Peace

WE ARE.

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

En conversation avec Janice Mitchell

Pourquoi les musées allemands doivent rattraper leur retard

La collection d'un musée est le reflet du pouvoir : elle témoigne du…

Sensuous Knowledge: A Black Feminist Approach for Everyone

The Forgotten Social History of International Blackness

For people of Black African heritage, identifying with Blackness is the glue that…

magazines

Leticia Contreras on Art in the Age of Social Emergency

Few concepts speak of the personal as political as well as the ideas…

In Conversation with Beatriz Dias

Memorial in Lisbon: Recovering History That Was Made Invisible

"Plantation – Prosperity and Nightmare,” a project by the Angolan artist Kiluanji Kia…

States of Mobility

Those Who Leave and Those Who Are Left

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

Black Curators Forum Toronto

Un·e curateur·rice Noir·e n’est jamais qu’un·e simple curateur·rice

Le premier Black Curators Forum a eu lieu à Toronto, au Canada, vers…

In Conversation with Heba Y. Amin

Understanding the Contemporary Condition via Historical Megalomania

Connecting Europe and Africa by draining the Mediterranean Sea might sound like a…

Inventing Your Own Game

Betye Saar : Cette majesté qu’elle tient entre ses mains

Après la guerre, de nombreux artistes de couleur se sont vus rejetés par…

Debate

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

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

In Conversation with Ingrid LaFleur

Afrofuturism as a Safe Space for Radical Decolonizing

re:publica Berlin is Europe’s largest internet and digital society conference. Since October 2018…

C& Special Edition #Detroit

Inventer une issue : dystopies et dictatures

Felix Jordan Rucker se penche sur des moyens artistiques de troubler le contrôle…

C& Special Edition #Detroit

Défier la souffrance!

Mearg Negusse dresse le portrait du caricaturiste américain Oliver Harrington et raconte sa…

SHOW ME YOUR SHELVES!

Une lecture gay noire à Detroit avec James Gregory Atkinson

L’exposition « Show Me Your Shelves » présente des artistes noirs d’Allemagne et…

In Conversation with Rahima Gambo

The Purpose of a Broader Narrative

She started out as a journalist, but as a multimedia artist Rahima Gambo…

Inventing Your Own Game

Jack Whitten : Un peintre de peintre reçoit une reconnaissance bien méritée

Après la guerre, de nombreux artistes de couleur se sont vus rejetés par…

Biennale de Venise 2019

Giovanna Esposito Yussif : changer les structures les plus proches de chez soi

Basée à Helsinki, la commissaire et chercheuse Giovanna Esposito Yussif fait partie du…

The Netherlands: Untold Tales

Dutch Afro Subjectivities: In a State of Becoming “Black”

The Netherlands was one of the most belligerent European colonial empires. Driven by…

Conversations in Gondwana

Expanding Political Imagination Through South-South Collaboration

Conversations in Gondwana is a project initiated by Brazilian curators Juliana Gontijo and…

In Conversation with Zoe Samudzi

Blackness as a State of Matter

Zoe Samudzi has co-penned As Black as Resistance with William C. Anderson. In…

The Netherlands: Untold Tales

Patricia Kaersenhout: Regaining Dignity Through Revealing Erased Histories

The Netherlands was one of the most belligerent European colonial empires. Driven by…

Racism: a bigger picture

The Black, Asian and White Racial Triangulation

The unfading legacies of Western racism is a paradigm Contemporary And continuously examines…

10th Berlin Biennale

Las Nietas de Nonó: “We Need to Heal the Wounds”

The Puerto Rican sisters and artists Lydela and Michel Nonó present their performances…

10th Berlin Biennale Special

Opacity is a Different Kind of Clarity

Since the announcement in late 2016 of Gabi Ngcobo as the curator of…

In Conversation with Wu Tsang

Rethinking the Museum of Tomorrow

Who does the museum appeal to, who does it welcome, and who does…

Dak'Art 2018: In Conversation with Shiraz Bayjoo

Broadening the Perspectives on De-Colonisation

Having grown up between two fishing towns his interest in everything oceanic was…

C& Édition Papier #8: Jota Mombaça

Exploration du corps comme terrain de l’occupation coloniale

Passant de l’écriture à la performance, Jota Mombaça est un artiste en lutte…

In Conversation with Duane Linklater

Centering Indigenous Bodies, Thought and Practice

The gathering Under the Mango Tree–Sites of Learning, that was organized by an…

In Conversation with Zoe Whitley

Thinking About South African Artists as the Makers of History

Zoe Whitley, a curator of international art at Tate Modern, is one of…

En conversation avec Grada Kilomba

Vivre dans un espace intemporel

C& discute avec Grada Kilomba de son travail transdisciplinaire, de la présence du…

La pensée décoloniale avec Rolando Vázquez

La fin du contemporain ?

En mars de cette année, le sociologue Rolando Vázquez était invité à Berlin…

In conversation with Okwui Enwezor

“We have to test the premise that nations no longer matter.”

C& talks to Okwui Enwezor, director of the Haus der Kunst in Munich…

En conversation avec Dalila Dalléas Bouzar

« Je dis par ma peinture qu’il n’y a pas de discontinuité dans l’histoire de l’art. »

Dalila Dalléas Bouzar présente son dernier travail dans le cadre de l’exposition Körnelia-Goldrausch…

En conversation avec la curatrice Tamar Garb

« Le passé est là pour nous aider à comprendre selon notre propre regard désireux… »

Notre auteur Gürsoy Dogtas s'entretient avec Tamar Garb, curatrice de l'exposition „Distance and…