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 Zoe Samudzi
Blackness as a State of Matter
About anti-Blackness as a foundational element of the United States, narrow representations of Africa, and art awards.
Conversation With Salym Fayad
“We Know Very Little About Contemporary African Culture”
The 3rd African Traveling Film Festival in Colombia – MUICA – reveals how the African continent is narrated through cinema.
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.
Brazil's All-Female Poetry Slam: Slam das Minas
Performance as an act of resistance
For female performance artists, the Slams das Minas (“Girl Slams”) are spaces that bring representation and visibility to black women.
Havana Biennial 2019
Art Between Censorship And Complicity
The Havana Biennial claims to attempt a decentralization of the Cuban art scene. But things aren’t always what they seem.
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.
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.