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.
Prince Claus announces 2019 Laureates
The Brazilian philosopher Djamila Ribeiro is one of the 2019 Prince Claus Laureates
In Conversation with Yilmaz Dziewior
Museum Ludwig: In Search of a Broader Audience in Cologne
Museums, particularly throughout the United States, have begun to reassess their collections based on gender and race ratios.
MASP recebe doação de arquivo de Rubem Valentim
Material foi oferecido pelo Instituto Rubem Valentim, instituição criada para divulgar e proteger a obra do artista baiano
Remembering Dak'art 2016
Changing Directions Whenever Necessary
Solange Farkas was one of the guest curators of Dak'Art 2016. C& talked to her.
Remembering the documenta 14: Athens
In the Surrounds of History
Jota Mombaça observed for C& the multiple events surrounding the documenta 14.
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.
Review 20th Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil
Spreading the South
Festival Sesc_Videobrasil broadens towards artists from the Middle East or Greece, and also widens its perception of an artistic concept.