Taking Risks by Showing Only Female Artists
Whitney Biennial 2021
Adrienne Edwards & David Breslin Announced as Curators
In Conversation with Ingrid LaFleur
Afrofuturism as a Safe Space for Radical Decolonizing
In Conversation with Natasha Becker
UNDERLINE: Nurturing Curators in South Africa
How do we (not) Speak About Art and Violence?
Lise Wilhelmsen Art Award
Otobong Nkanga Receives Inaugural Lise Wilhelmsen Art Award
C& Special Edition #Detroit
“Oh, hey Kanye, what’s up?” Literally the first thing I’m thinking when I enter the space proves exactly the point of the exhibition. Ultra-large portraits of Kanye West welcome visitors at Kunsthalle Zurich to the otherwise empty, spacious modern white cube, in which there is not even one chair. All we see is Kanye, whose visage is directly wallpapered and will be destroyed when removed at the end of the exhibition. It is the exhibition of Heji Shin, a German-Korean photographer living in New York and Berlin, whose work circles around alleged intimacy. Ann Mbuti dissects the meaning behind this portraits of Kanye West.
C& Artist’s Editions
For its first edition C& is thrilled to be working with acclaimed Paris-based artist Kapwani Kiwanga. Kiwanga and C& share a history of realized projects together. The edition will be launched at 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair from 3-6 October 2019.