Curriculum of Connections: Karo Akpokiere
In this piece, artist Karo Akpokiere draws parallels between the Bauhaus and his own experiences and commitment to…
Black Cultures Matter
New Afro-Brazilian literature, writes ALLAN DA ROSA, is a literature of discovery and sprawling charm.
Cia Os Crespos is a São Paulo theater collective that has researched the emotional lives of Black transvestites,…
Radical Dance & Theatre
A wave of new Afro-Brazilian dance and theater in São Paulo is promoting ethical positions that transgress existing…
Images and Justice
In this essay, Thomas J. Lax examines the links between racial violence and its visual documentation and relevance
In 2014, after a meeting with Malick Sidibé, Emmanuel Iduma wrote a little essay...
The Idea of Love
In anticipation of the major exhibition A LABOUR OF LOVE, the writers Ashraf Jamal and Daniel Hewson reflect upon…
In anticipation of the major exhibition A LABOUR OF LOVE, the writers Ashraf Jamal and Daniel Hewson reflect…
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
The show borrows its title from Sidney Poitier's 1967’s epic comedy-drama, a fitting metaphor, in reference to the…
50 years after the Civil Rights Movement
El Hadji Sy
Philippe Pirotte takes a closer look at the sublte performative painting practice of Senegalese artist
Between Frankfurt And Dakar:
El Hadji Sy and Friedrich Axt published an anthology on contemporary art practice in Senegal.