30 July 2020, by Khumo Sebambo.
14 July 2020, Dealers say that the market is buoyed by accessible price points by Naomi Rea.
25 June 2020, by Yesomi Umolu.
18 June 2020, This discussion, recorded on Thursday 18 June 2020, examined the legacy of John Akomfrah’s early films, such as Signs of Empire and Handsworth Songs, in the context of ongoing Black Lives Matter protests, the destruction of colonial monuments and the structures of institutional racism. The conversation was moderated by writer and broadcaster Ekow Eshun and features artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah; theorist and Professor of Humanities and Modern Culture and Media at Brown University, Tina Campt; and author, literary scholar and Professor at Columbia University, Saidiya Hartman. Posted by Lisson Gallery.
18 June 2020, by Sean O’Toole.
16 June 2020, by Alex Greenberger.
17 June 2020, by Benjamin Sutton.
3 June 2020, Taylor Aldridge and Jessica Lynne from Arts.Black, a journal of art criticism from Black perspectives, have compiled a list of freedom funds and mutual aid networks to support right now throughout the U.S, by Contemporary&.
2 June 2020, by Caroline Goldstein.
28 May 2020, As part of a collaboration with Art21, hear news-making artists describe their inspirations in their own words by Caroline Goldstein.
22 May 2020, Multi-disciplinary artist Igshaan Adams unpacks his identity through ritualistic performances and his use of handicrafts such as embroidery and beading. Delving into personal topics that look toward the environment in which he was raised, he resolves conflicting identities in a quest for spiritual enlightenment, by TL Magazine.
21 May 2020, by Alex Greenberger
20 May 2020, by Amah-Rose Abrams.
23 April 2020, Covid-19 has undoubtedly already changed everyone’s lives. What the future holds, no one knows. All we know for now is how many parts of the world have adapted to living in lockdown. C& contributor Sean O’Toole writes about what has struck him the most about digital living – and working.
May 2020, As the world is forced to embrace new social distancing measures, we look at how five very different African artists are finding creative solace in solitude by Rebecca Anne Proctor.