Keyezua sees herself as a storyteller that is currently reinventing herself to tell the day-to-day stories of women around the world that make her uncomfortable to remain silent…
“As we push our world towards ever-higher planes of greatness, do we stop to measure the consequences? Western “civilisation” is on steroids – want, buy, accumulate, everything, ..
It’s only a few days until the opening of Akaa – Also Knonw As Africa – the first and only art fair in France devoted to contemporary art and design from Africa. There’s great ex..
In a world populated by single individuals, where greed reigns and romance is literally dead, we met some of the hottest personalities in Paris to ask them what it’s like to work..
Every year the same old story repeats. During Pitti, we are litterally bombarded with an overwhelming amount of images, sometimes useless. Other than all the images coming from t..
Have you ever heard about the Apophatic Theology? It’s a type of theological thinking and religious practice that attempts to approach God, the Divine, by negation, to speak only..
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..
The suburbs, hidden places in broad daylight, abandoned, full of degradation, violence, resilience and creativity that make and shape the “beast” of marginalisation in all its be..
“Olga Blacker is not my real name,” says the author of Antiselfie in front of a cup of coffee. “It is my pseudonym.” Her father, a university professor who publishes some article..
“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..