Tales from the Water Margins
4th Casablanca Biennale: Making Meaningful South-South Connections
How 1960s Algeria Became a “Mecca for revolutionaries”
Sondra Perry Wins Nam June Paik Award 2018
ArtReview Power 100
ArtReview Revealed the Power 100 in Art World…
Letter from an outsider
Simon Njami: “The masters acted as mentors, big brothers, uncles”
1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair
Galleries Announced for 2nd Edition of 1-54 in Marrakech
12th Gwangju Biennale
Imagined Borders, the title of South Korea’s 2018 Gwangju Biennale, has enabled a diverse dialogue on the political, social, and cultural significance of borders to today’s globalized world, addressing questions of national identity, Western imperialism, and the politics of displacement and migration. Participating Kuwaiti-Puerto Rican artist Alia Farid, in her solo exhibition Between Dig and Display, presents a selection of documentation found in the storage basement of the never completed Kuwait National Museum. With C&’s Daniella Brito, Farid discusses historical memory and a nation-building project in relation to her own identity formation.
In Conversation with Wura-Natasha Ogunji
Wura-Natasha Ogunji spoke for C& América Latina with Will Furtado about her curatorial choices for the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo and explains how she tries to subvert current established ideas in Brazil right now. Read the conversation now also on C&.