In Conversation

Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste: Bass is Touch

In his exhibition Set It Off, Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste investigates the relationship between sound, Black cultural traditions, and the body

From the Archive

Black (Art) History Month

From the reenactment of art conferences in Africa to South-South collaborations, we revisit articles that examine Blackness in a global art context.


Zimbabwe Pavilion Reveals Artists and Curator for Venice Biennale

Kresiah Mukwazhi, Wallen Mapondera, Terrence Musekiwa and Ronald Muchatuta are part of ‘I did not leave a sign?’ curated by Fadzai Veronica Muchemwa.


Kimberly Drew Joins Pace as Associate Director

As part of Pace’s global sales team, Drew will work with and support the gallery’s artists, develop strategies, exhibitions, and public programming.

In Conversation

Nandi: An African-Made NFT Marketplace For the World

Nandi’s aim is to enable economic participation and cultural preservation of African creative content in the age of non-fungible tokens.


Pavilion of Uganda at Venice Biennale

Under the theme "Radiance - They Dream in Time" curator Shaheen Merali invites Acaye Kerunen and Collin Sekajugo to present their work.


South Africa Announces Team for Venice Biennale

Curated by Amè Bell, South Africa's pavilion will feature works by Lebohang Kganye, Phumulani Ntuli and Roger Ballen.

Artist Portrait

ANDYMKOSI, Even in Darkness, Makes a Space for Light

The South African photographer presents us with an alternative and joyful portrait of Black experiences on the continent.


Venice Biennale 2022 Reveals Artist List

In the main exhibition "The Milk of Dreams”, curator Cecilia Alemani invited 213 artists to present their work from April 23 to November 27.


Isaac Julien Receives Goslar Kaiserring 2022

The London-based artist is honored for his sensual and poetic visual narrative that breaks down barriers between different artistic disciplines.

Responding to the Global Pandemic

A Photographic Reflection on the Self and the Other

In a recent exhibition, the London-based photographic arts organization Autograph ABP addressed multi-perspective takes on Covid by British photograph

A Latin American Universe

What Is “Latinx”?

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

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