Dia Consciência Negra
Museu Afro Brasil inaugura conjunto de exposições
Walter Firmo, João Câmara, Castro Alves e jovens artistas contemporâneos da Bahia estão entre os destaques das aberturas.
Museu Afro Brasil recebe obras de Marcelo D´Salete
Seis pranchas originais de Marcelo d'Salete, ilustrador e colaborador da C&AL, passam a fazer parte do acervo do Museu Afro Brasil.
In Conversation with Alejandro de la Fuente
Cuba: “The Problem Is Not Silence – It’s Deafness”
The curator of “Diago: The Pasts of this Afro-Cuban Present” on Cuban history and the island’s artistic scene.
In Conversation with
Regina José Galindo: “I Am Not A Vulnerable Woman”
“Art is art and politics is politics”, says the Guatemalan artist. And yet her work is a blow of political defiance.
In Conversation with Elle Pérez
Fearless Bodies and Identities in Elle Pérez' Photography
A talk with the New Yorker photographer about the gaze of love, the fragmentation of the body, and identity.
Valongo International Image Festival
The Best Part of the Trip is the Journey
In search of freedom from a colonial mental geography, festival proposes new ways of seeing and conceiving the world.
Inventing Your Own Game
Maren Hassinger: “We Are Not Alive To Make Money”
Will Furtado speaks to Maren Hassinger about protesting against lack of inclusion, the conditions for Black artists today, and more.
Performance in Martinique
Excellence, Audacity and Transgression
FIAP is Martinique’s own festival dedicated to performance art. C&AL spoke to the curators Annabel Guérédrat and Henri Tauliaut.
National Artists' Salon, Colombia
A View From the Other Side of Things
The “Salón Nacional de Artistas” in Bogotá explores different views on contemporary art inside and outside Colombia.