Grada Kilomba’s first solo exhibition on the African Continent at Goodman Gallery, Johannersburg, is firmly embedded within a postcolonial iteration of the following questions: W..
How many chances are there to coincidentally read an interesting article about an icon of Italian and international design you did not know about, save it to delve into her story..
“What first drives your existence, what gets you out of your cave and beyond what you’ve already seen and what you already know, is the need for another. Eiher way, for or agains..
Art fairs are like theme parks for art lovers. You bounce from one attraction the next, gazing in awe, queuing, greeting, queuing to greet, filling your pockets with business..
While the Barbershop movie series are classics and the relevance of the barbershop for black masculinity is duly celebrated in the USA, the manner in which black men in Europe an..
“I believe in the transformative power of art, as it is the only way to paint a nuanced image of Africa, but also its diaspora. It is really through art that we can regain our se..
It’s late January, the weather in Milan is surprisingly warm. The Italian-Palestinian artist, Noura Tafeche, is sitting at the table surrounded by colored pencils and other tools..
The Making Africa- A Continent of Contemporary Design exhibition, which opened in October 2017 and closed this month at the High Museum in Atlanta, was initially shown two years ..