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How about now? is the title of the first ever Nigerian pavilion at the 57th edition of Venice Biennale. “It was about time”, I’m tempted to say. If we think that only eight Afric..
Last week we went to Protein Gallery for the launch of Arcades magazine issue 2 in the arty, busy heart of Shoreditch.
Arcades is a print publication founded by French photogr..
As the years go by, it feels as if Ruddy Lilian Thuram-Ulien was blessed by time with that same never-aging look he had when playing with Blues, Parma, Juventus and France. World..
Joobin Bekhrad is the super cool kind of guy everyone would like to meet and have a conversation with. Well, we’re glad to say we did. Other than being an award winning writer an..
A performance artist turns into art itself, as he uses objects, his body and the time and space surrounding us. He merges with the artwork leaving no glimmer of distinction betw..
If you walk on the streets of a European or American city and randomly ask some people – or friends – is Brazil a racist country? I bet 7 times out of 10 they’ll answer: “Definit..
“I’ve been going back regularly to Clichy-Montfermeil with my friend Ladj Ly for more than fifteen years. As soon as I think I know this town by heart, it totally metamorphoses, ..
“The African breeze is blowing on our souls – Un air d’Afrique Souffle sur nos âmes” is what you read on one of the banners of the installation by Madagascan artist Joël Andriano..
From word of mouth, to flyers, to Facebook events, to Instagram GIFs. Promoting events has changed a great deal in the past thirty years.
No Sleep: NYC Nightlife Flyers, 1988..
Straight from Colombia with an original background and a load of talent, Jhon William Castaño Montoya, aka Montoya, is part of that huge movement of artists experimenting with tr..