Dak’Art 2018: open call

The 13th Dakar Biennial is calling for applications from African and Diaspora artists to take part in its International Exhibition. Interested artists should send the following: the completed application form a biography of up to 15 lines in English and French a detailed curriculum vitae two recent high-resolution pictures a scanned copy of the valid […]

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Newsletter: April-May 2016

Welcome to special bimonthly newsletter. We finished the last days of April in Yaounde, Cameroon, where Fondation Paul Ango Ela hosted Cameroon’s 2nd Convention on Creative Entreprises and Industries commissioned by the Ministry of Arts and Culture as part of its cooperation with France, in a bid to assess the country’s current cultural landscape, […]

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Exhibitions, Gender, Newsletter, Sound

December Newsletter

In the diary Opening this month: Carte de Visite at Hollybush Gardens, an exhibition curated by Lubaina Himid featuring new work by Helen Cammock, Claudette Johnson and Ingrid Pollard (preview 3 Dec). Conversation between Lubaina Himid and Christine Eyene on the making of this exhibition and new developments in the artists practice (5 Dec, 2.00 […]

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Gender, Newsletter, Sound

November Newsletter

This month began with a participation to academic events in Paris and London, with a workshop on the representation of the “post-colonial repressed body” within the French context, organised by Françoise Vergès, Chair of Global South(s) at the Collège d’études mondiales. At Tate Modern, “Fast Forward: Women in Photography” brought together international scholars and art […]

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