Image: Kristin-Lee Moolman, Wayne Swart (from the OATH lookbook), 2015.
© Kristin-Lee Moolman. Courtesy of the artist in exhibition ‘Made You Look. Dandyism and Black Masculinity’.

 

Reviews: Black Chronicles. Photographic Portraits 1862 – 1948, National Portrait Gallery, London & Made You Look. Dandyism and Black Masculinity, Photographers’ Gallery, London. Camera Austria, n. 135, 2016.

Africa at the 55th Venice Biennale – Of achievements and illusions”, African Arts, Spring 2014, vol. 47, n. 1, pp. 1-5.

Sekoto and Négritude: the Ante-room of French Culture”, Third Text 105, Volume 24, Issue 4, July 2010, p. 423-435.

“Debrief: Reflections on the Concept of a Roaming Pan-African Biennial”, Manifesta Journal, n˚10, 2009-2010, p. 120-122.

“L’Afrique à Venise, et Après?”, Africultures, December 2007. p. 218.

“Dak’Art 2008: Africa’s Mirror or Distorted Reflection?”, Third Text, Volume 22, Issue 6, November 2008, p.790-794.

“Exeunt Aesthetics: Africa at the Venice Biennale”, Third Text, Volume 21, Issue 6, November 2007.

Vivre l’objet: interprétation et scénographie au British Museum”, Africultures, n. 70, May-July 2007, p. 135-140.

“Diffusion et Marché: l’Afrique sur la scène internationale”, Africultures, n. 69, Jan.-March 2007, p. 90-96.

Gerard Sekoto, symptômes de l’exil et questions d’interprétations”, Africultures, n. 68, Sept.-Nov. 2006, p. 59-63.

De l’esclavage dans l’iconographie du Black Art”, Africultures, n. 67, June-Aug. 2006, p. 76-79.

“L’Angleterre s’apprête à fêter le Bicentenaire de l’Abolition de la Traite en 2007”, Africultures, n. 67, June-Aug. 2006, p. 148-152.

L’Art de la Lutte” (original title: “The sociopolitical role of art”), Africultures, n. 66, Jan.-March 2006, p. 110-119.

Ghada Amer, du porno populaire à l’érotologie arabe”, Africultures, n. 63, Apr.-June 2005, p. 89-96.

“Ingrid Mwangi: identité mixte – dilemme du corps”, Africultures, n. 62, Jan.-March 2005, p. 116-119.

Les multiples symboles du voile chez Zineb Sedira”, Africultures, printed article. Internet version published 1st June 2004 on Africultures.com.