The Netherlands: Untold Tales
Analyzing the Past and Decolonizing the Future
In the exhibition Afterlives of Slavery artists share their thoughts on how to deal with the legacies of the Dutch colonial empires.
Dak'Art 2018: In Conversation with Oneika Russell
Riding the Waves of Time
For the 2018 Dak’Art Biennale, the Jamaican artist explores Caribbean identitities in relation to one of its key elements: the sea.
Remembering An Exhibition On Africa In Colombia
Some Kind of Sorcerers
Remembering the African legacy in Colombia is of crucial importance. Violence against Afro-Colombians is commonplace. But also resistance.
Displacement as Choreography
Residency brings together eight Brazilian artists in Munich. Displacements are visible on the residents' bodies and in their works.
Conversation About the Museo La Tertulia
Cali, Between Trauma And Hope
Museo La Tertulia in Cali is one of the most original art museums in Colombia. We spoke to its curator, Alejandro Martín.
How Black is Black Enough?
The Whitening Of A President
A new exhibition in Cali evokes the history of the first – and so far the only – black president of Colombia, Juan José Nieto.
Political Issues and the Relationship with the Occult
Show brings together work by 17 artists, raising pressing issues and ways of understanding the world that sidestep methods of reason.
C&AL present at ARCOlisboa
With a stand at this year's ARCOlisboa, C& and C&AL present their print versions to the fair visitors.
In Conversation with Jamilah Sabur
Linking South America and the Caribbean
C& spoke to Jamilah Sabur about reconnecting elements through art and how we can become more human.