Blacks, Chinese And Natives in Peruvian Graffiti
In Peru, young artists are exploring their roots – while trying to change the way the Latin American country regards itself.
The 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art publishes participants
Artists from all over the world will exhibit their works in Berlin beginning in September 2020.
Queering Boxing, Undoing the “Macho”
The artist, born in Honolulu and based in Mexico, raises questions around race, class, sexuality and gender.
In Conversation with Jim C. Nedd
A Musical Portal to Africa in the Caribbean
A talk about the Colombian Caribbean musical culture of the “Picó” and multiple identities in the Caribbean in relation to Africa.
Berlin Biennale: daadgalerie and ExRotaprint
Images of this year's Berlin Biennale in the daadgalerie and ExRotaprint.
Mail From Puerto Rico
After The Storm, Art Thrives on a Damaged but Spirited Island
Artist Lisa C Soto goes to the country of her ancestors, Puerto Rico, to explore and witness the island's contemporary art scene.
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
11th Berlin Biennale: KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Images of this year's Berlin Biennale in the KW in Berlin-Mitte.
In Conversation with Gê Viana
Confronting the Traumas of Colonization
The Brazilian artist speaks about her indigenous and black roots as trademarks of her work permeated with different languages.