I got this from Gallery Momo, which represents Sibande and I gotta admit, the font in this image is so small I can’t extract the Brazilian venue’s URL. Perhaps if you click on the above and enlarge the file it’s legible to you. The list of South African artists in this show is great, though.
Shame the Devil
Curated by Petrushka BazinThe genre of comedy, in all its various manifestations in stand-up, theater, literature, television, and movies has long provided rich and valuable inspiration for artists seeking to critique contemporary society using parody, satire and dark humor. Inspired by the parallel ability of both the stand-up comedian and the artist to [...]
I had really hoped to attend AIPAD this year, but my imminent move has overtaken my time. I haven’t attended many of these fairs—okay, I’ve only attended Paris Photo—but based on that experience I would venture to guess that there won’t be that many African American artists represented. From Myra:
The Association of International Photography Art [...]
…and I especially love that they’re all wearing glasses. Go, ladies!
Step, Clap, Go! from Opening Ceremony on Vimeo.
An exciting new scholarly platform online: The Black Atlantic Resource:
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This exciting new resource is a collaborative project between the University of Liverpool and Tate Liverpool originally constructed on the occasion of Tate Liverpool’s exhibition “Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic”.
This resource seeks to promote the study of black Atlantic cultures [...]