Binyavanga's fashion sensibility (the caftans, the dresses, the hats, the dyed hair) and his choices in his memoir, and his essays, will have a lasting impact.
Bisi Silva's constant movement was a form of unlearning, seen in her awareness of artists and cultural production on the African continent.
The Italian photojournalist Michele Siblioni documents nightlife in Kampala, Uganda mostly in the neighborhoods of Kansanga
At the heart of the 56th Venice Biennale, curated under the banner “All the World’s Futures”
Reading Eddie Chambers’ thoughts on African diaspora art history brought home my own struggle of writing
Billed erroneously in a local Ugandan newspaper as Africa’s first contemporary art biennale, the Kampala Art
A review of Dak'Art, the only art biennale of its scope today with a mandate to include all artists of African descent.