Citizenship, new forms of nationalism, borders and immigration policies, universal affordable healthcare, the new human rights crisis brought along by the consequences of the glo..
It’s time for biennials, triennials and art fairs. Here is our selection of art events to keep an eye on—and to put in your diary.
The Stellenbosch Triennale, 11 February – 30..
Sangue Misto – Sound, Identity and Representation is one of the two events we organized for Jazz:Re:Found Festival last weekend in Turin (1-2 December).
The first meeting, Appun..
“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, ..
Creative women joining forces is always a synonym of success as Femme Culture proudly proved last friday at the event created around Sophie Mayanne’s acclaimed exhibition Behind ..
Jinja is the new destination for ravers and music lovers from all over the world. The third edition of the Nyege Nyege Festival starts today and will run for the next three days ..
C’est à coups de fourchette dans son délicieux crumble fait maison que je me retrouve enfin en tête à tête avec Pascal Beugré Tellier. Danseur et chorégraphe (je vous l’ai presen..
Last year, on our way back from New York, we widely showed and talked about our experience at Afropunk Fest. More than 60,000 people gathered for two days in Commodore Park, Broo..
Pride is in the air and this year many artists all over the world are going extra mile to show their support to a cause that the more triumphs amongst people, the more seems to b..
You know that feeling when you say the word race, queer or sexism and suddenly people’s eyes start rolling, a huge pink polka dots elephant appears in the room and nobody knows w..