Women and Resistance
Exhibition recounts narrative of black women who breastfed children of whites and reflects on Brazilian society.
The 11th edition of the Mercosul Visual Arts Biennial focuses on the Atlantic Triangle.
Inside the Library
The Black Library, Cuajinicuilapa, Mexico
A look into libraries and book collections holding some of the rarer and often forgotten publications. Featured this time: The Black Library in Mexico
“Manglaria: raíces y sujeciones”
Reimagining the Colombian Pacific
The exhibition brings together diverse perspectives on the territory and the Afro and indigenous representations in Colombia.
The Jumbee Sea
The exhibition The Jumbee Sea contests colonial histories by reconfiguring collective memories from Saint Martin Island and the West Indies.
Make Techno Black Again
The Exhibition TECHNO Reveals Institutional Blind Spots
Art historian Jamila Moroder argues that an exhibition in Bolzano, Italy, disconnects techno from its Black heritage, and suggests we take a more complex view.
In Conversation with Tiago Sant'Ana
"The Naturalization of Whiteness as a Life Parameter"
Artist and researcher uses materials such as sugar to discuss the naturalization and erasure of a colonial past.
The Politics of Textile Art
The Unexpected Power of Threads
Two recent books focus on artists using textiles as a way of traversing politics and creating meaning.
Paulo Nazareth at the ICA Miami
Dismantling colonial power
The Brazilian artist offers a journey to understand the oppressive, exploitative nature of colonial history in his country.