In Conversation with Serge Attukwei Clottey
“Afrogallonism” or the Migration of Plastic
The Restitution of African Cultural Heritage. Toward a New Relational Ethics
The First Reactions to the Report on Restitution of Looted Art
The 2019 Award is Designed by Sir David Adjaye OBE
In Conversation with Mikhaile Solomon
PRIZM Art Fair Brings 63 Artists from the African Diaspora to Miami
À Cris Ouverts
Les 6e Ateliers de Rennes explorent le vivre-ensemble
Investec Cape Town Art Fair Announced Participating Galleries
In Conversation with Diedrick Brackens
Los Angeles-based artist Diedrick Brackens is a rarity in the growing virtual spheres of contemporary art. His practice of weaving and textile making raises important sociopolitical questions about manual labor, our growing non-physical relationship with the world, and specifically about the history of the United States. Brackens is interested in the exposure of oppressive and exploitative structures. With C& the recent winner of the Joyce Alexander Wein prize spoke about Black bodies, the American South, and catfish.
The underrepresented Zimbabwean Guerilla Women’s Rebellion played a key role in the country’s resistance against colonialism in 1980s. Their Anti-Colonial Songs of the Second Chimurenga (Zimbabwe War of Liberation) expressed the hopes of the revolutionary resistance movements and blended old and new resistance narratives. Here, we look at how their successful liberation efforts got shortchanged in the fight for gender equality and against the colonial regime.