In Conversation with Aline Baiana
Art as Counterspell
Aline Baiana creates installation for Berlin Biennale that references devastation caused by mining in Brazil.
HERE AND NOW: Frida Orupabo
Understanding the Self through Depictions of the Black Female Body
Will Furtado spoke to the Norwegian artist about the work she’s presenting in the exhibition HERE AND NOW at Museum Ludwig.
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
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.
DePaul Art Museum
Multi-year effort includes research, exhibitions, and community-building
Light in Times of Growing Uncertainty
The touring exhibition Lumières d’Afriques stops off in Johannesburg amid a global pandemic and widespread uncertainty.
Museu de Arte de São Paulo announces acquisition of 296 artworks by artists self-identified as women in 2019
The Morrinho Project Shapes The Narratives Of Marginalized Groups
The Morrinho Project, in Rio de Janeiro, catalyzes and brings new meaning, through audiovisual language, to the imaginary of its surrounding community.
In Conversation with Denilson Baniwa
“A Cell Phone or a Laptop Doesn’t Make You Less Indigenous”
The Brazilian artist Denilson Baniwa talks about how his oeuvre connects indigenous culture with urban contemporary art.