A New Photo Series by Kiluanji Kia Henda Tackles Angola’s Urbanization
With the solo show Concreto Blues, Angola-based artist Kiluanji Kia Henda returns to the subject of the city.
In Conversation With Leonor Espinosa
Transformation Between Art And Cuisine
The Colombian chef, artist and activist portrays the memory and the customs of marginalized communities in the Colombian Pacific.
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.
Akosua Adoma Owusu: Welcome to the Jungle
Beauty and Power in Black Hair Culture
Interweaving different narratives, Akosua Adoma Owusu’s solo exhibition portrays the complexities of Black life.
Binyavanga Wainaina (1971-2019)
The Kenyan author Binyavanga Wainaina has passed away at the age of 48. Neo Sinoxolo Musangi writes a personal note on his legacy.
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.
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.
Village Uhu, Afrorexistencia and lugar a dudas
A round-table conversation with three collectives from Colombia and Zimbabwe about the role of their artist-run platforms.
Colonial Ghosts Haunt Accra’s Jamestown
Artists, curators, and researchers affiliated with the São Paulo Biennale visit Ghana in search of history.