La Biennale di Venezia

Why the Venice Biennale Model Is Obsolete

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

In Conversation

Concerned Members of the Namibian Arts Community: It is a One-dimensional Problematic Pavilion

We talked to the collective that is questioning the selection process and intentions…


Lauren Haynes Appointed Director of Curatorial Affairs and Programs at Queens Museum

Haynes joins the Queens Museum from the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University to start in mid-July.

Les Ateliers de la Pensée

Forging Ecologies of Knowledge, in Between Arts and Sciences

The 4th Les ateliers de la Pensée brought together artists and intellectuals from Africa and the Diaspora at the Dakar Museum of Black Civilizations

59th Venice Biennale

Golden Lion to Simone Leigh and Sonia Boyce

The prestigious award goes to Leigh for her participation in the main show and to Boyce's British Pavilion, special mentions to Uganda and France.

Installation View: 59th Venice Biennale

Pavilions of France, Great Britain, Uganda and USA

Find some impressions of the pavilions and artists' work that have been honored at the 59th Venice Biennale here.

Installation View: 59th Venice Biennale

The Milk of Dreams at Central Pavilion, Pavilions of Brasil, Suisse, South Africa and Ghana

Here we share some installation views of the art work we spotted during the opening week at the Pavilions of the 59th Venice Biennale.

Installation View: 59th Venice Biennale

The Milk of Dreams at Arsenale, Pavilion of Zimbabwe and Ocean Space

Here are some installation views of the 59th Venice Biennale taking place from 23 April to 27 November 2022 curated by Cecilia Alemani.

Full Ground

Tiwani Gallery Debuts in Lagos with Joy Labinjo Show

The London gallery opening is one of the several recent art highlights in the Nigerian capital including Yinka Shonibare’s newly launched foundation


Turner Prize Announces Finalists in 2022

Among two other artists, Ingrid Pollard and Veronica Ryan are on the shortlist for this year's Turner Prize.

The Evidence of Things Not Seen

Carrie Mae Weems Investigates US History through James Baldwin

The US artist’s first solo and retrospective exhibition in Germany takes the name of a Baldwin essay and features a variety of media.

In Conversation

Tobi Alexandra Falade: Inspired From (Un)Usual Spaces

The curator tells C& about an exhibition of Rosa-Johan Uddoh’s films, libraries as exhibition spaces, and Britain’s colonial legacy.

Inventing Your Own Game


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