10th Berlin Biennale
Johanna Unzueta – Where Industrial Buildings Come in Pocket Sizes
Interested in the history of industrial materials, the Chilean artist connects industrialization, colonization and capitalism.
Cheikh Anta Diop
Senegalese cultural theorist committed himself to a life-long project of decolonizing the African humanities.
An Urgent Recognition
Beto Shwafaty visits an exhibition about artists of African descent and wonders why Afro-Brazilian culture is still marginalized.
The ABCs of Dalton Paula
From Africa to Bahia and, of Course, Cuba
Artist Dalton Paula talks about his interest in drawing, Black history, performance, botany, and Afro-Brazilian religious practices.
Remembering Dak'art 2016
Changing Directions Whenever Necessary
Solange Farkas was one of the guest curators of Dak'Art 2016. C& talked to her.
33ª Bienal de São Paulo – Affective Affinities
Breaking away from the single-theme model, the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo features twelve individual projects and seven group shows.
Conference Echoes of the South Atlantic
Yolanda Chois – Searching for Paths Towards Safer Shores
The Colombian curator wonders how to communicate through art the relationship between people and the territories they inhabit.
The exhibition set out to highlight the importance of artists of African descent in the history of Brazilian art.
Images and Justice
How Do Black Lives Matter in MoMA’s Collection?
In this essay, Thomas J. Lax examines the links between racial violence and its visual documentation and relevance.