Colonial Ghosts Haunt Accra’s Jamestown
Artists, curators, and researchers affiliated with the São Paulo Biennale visit Ghana in search of history.
São Paulo: Biennale and Other Events
Don’t miss all the exhibitions from African perspectives happenig in São Paulo.
In Conversation with Claudinei Roberto da Silva
“Art as a tool to forge the path”
The artist, curator and art educator talks about his trajectory and remembers the legendary gallery space O Oço/Galeria Cine e Sol.
Women and Resistance
Exhibition recounts narrative of black women who breastfed children of whites and reflects on Brazilian society.
Black Chronicles IV
Chronicling Black Lives in History
A look into photos that had been hidden in a drawer, an exquisite collection that belonged to none other than W.E.B. Du Bois.
C& Center of Unfinished Business
Fatima El-Tayeb: Reclaiming Nefertiti
German scholar Fatima El-Tayeb explains how Europeans appropriate Black historical personalities and deny Africans their history.
The Female Artists of Color Who Pioneered Alternative Art Spaces in Mexico
Despite the 1968 rise of protests against the regime in Mexico, narratives of indigenous feminists and artists of color were still left out
In Conversation with Wu Tsang
Rethinking the Museum of Tomorrow
Who does the museum appeal to, who does it welcome, and who does it exclude or make unwelcome?
#metoo – where do we take it from here?
We asked a selection of women from the art world the question: So where do we take it from here?