There are at least two liminal frames that offer themselves when looking at images of Black people. The first is that on a fundamental level, images generally and images of Black..
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..
According to nineteenth-century criminologist Cesare Lombroso’s 1876 work Criminal Man—original title, L’Uomo Criminale—the tattooed XIX century man was ancestrally predisposed t..
On 23rd, 25th and 26th November our artistic project ‘(Memorie) In Ascolto‘, realised as part of the festival Futura Memoria e Contemporaneamente Roma 2019, dressed up the space ..
Feed the memory, strengthen the memory, transmit the past, present and future memory. These are some of the watchwords of (Memorie) In Ascolto, the project realised as part of th..
Ibrahim Mahama (b. 1987, Tamale, Ghana) presents its first solo exhibition, Living Grains, at the Fondazione Giuliani. The show includes a range of newly commissioned artworks, i..
Water shortage and lack of access to clean water are crucial issues that affect the lives of milions of people around the world, with a particularly devastating impact on the liv..
A couple of months ago, I came across the image of a painting as I scrolled through my timeline on Facebook. It’s a painting I must have seen at least ten times in the past few y..
“My generation, those born in the late ‘70s—I was born in 1979—is a generation of immigrants. I live in Bruxelles. In 2004, when Poland joined the European Union, borders opened ..
The Italian term ozio has multiple meanings. It is associated with idleness, leisure, sloth, contemplation, inactivity, indolence, inertia, fatigue, either triggered by nature, o..