In Conversation with Alejandro Martín
Cali, Between Trauma And Hope
In Conversation with Zoe Samudzi
Blackness as a State of Matter
In Conversation with Dawoud Bey
Safe Spaces in the Dark
In Conversation with Elle Pérez
Fearless Bodies and Identities in Elle Pérez’ Photography
Alanna Lockward (1961 -2019)
12th Shanghai Biennale
Raimi Olakunle Gbadamosi on the Protection of Tap Water
His political involvement is fervent, his artistic work constantly investigating social and cultural politics. So for C& British artist, lecturer and writer Raimi Olakunle Gbadamosi envisions a scenario for his adopted country South Africa, in which politicians and multi-corporates are held accountable for their actions whilst the general public might dare to dream of descent lives.
In Conversation with Larry Ossei-Mensah
Larry Ossei-Mensah’s reputation in the US art scene is rapidly growing. With three well crafted exhibitions in the works, he is establishing himself as a curator with a rich and varied eye. His mining of the Midwestern art scene gives prominence to a particular demographic of artists with narratives that might not be seen elsewhere in the country. C& spoke with him about a recent series that opened at Jenkins Johnson Projects in NYC where he deconstructs Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” from unusual perspectives, as well as, other curatorial projects and his inaugural show at MoCAD as Susanne Feld Hilberry Senior Curator.