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The Treasures of Accra's Growing Art Scene

The Treasures of Accra’s Growing Art Scene

Photo © Selorm Jay. Mural by Nima Muhinmanchi Art (NMA), an art collective based in Accra.   A dry wind sends copper-coloured dust billowing in the air, as spluttering trotros and taxis grind…

Medhi Sefrioui | Handing a Pink Slip to Fashion’s Black List

Mehdi Sefrioui | Handing a Pink Slip to Fashion’s Black List

Handbag Racism, a catchall phrase thrown around in the summer of 2013. It describes the outer boundaries of racism in our supposedly post racialist society. Even though not always overt, racism drifts the…

Featured | Antoine Tempé | Danseurs D'Afrique

Antoine Tempé | Danseurs D’Afrique

An image that eloquently suggests motion, if done well commands a certain degree of respect for in the static the kinetic is alluded.  Since launching the series Danseurs D’Afrique more than a decade ago,…

Invasive Aesthetics | A call for a regenerative Architecture in Africa

Invasive Aesthetics | A call for a regenerative Architecture in Africa

Guest Contribution by Zaheer Allam & Dr. Zarrin Allam Architects and urban designers have a unique sense of ownership and responsibility towards the birth and evolution of our infrastructural landscape and identity. By…

Role Play Fantasy in ONOMOllywood

Role Play Fantasy in ONOMOllywood

“We work because it’s a chain reaction, each subject leads to the next.” This one of many famous quips by the late, great, American designer, Charles Eames. Creativity doesn’t happen in a vacuum;…

Global Art Exhibitions | Jan 2014 Edition

Global Art Exhibitions | Jan 2014 Edition

Another Africa’s art exhibition picks this January around the globe from Bregenz, to Cape Town, Dakar, Berlin, New York, Seattle and more contemporary Africana abounds. In this January issue our recommended exhibitions explore…

Fabrice Monteiro | A Beautiful Nightmare

Fabrice Monteiro | Marron, A Beautiful Nightmare on Shackles & Slavery

Marron, is a beautiful nightmare. A photographic re-enactment of one of the horrors of slavery – the shackle. The devices depicted are based on historical documentation of these savage devices used to subdue,…

Kwani? A Journal's claim to the New Kenya

Kwani? A Journal’s claim to the New Kenya

As the brainchild of Caine Prize winner Binyavanga Wainaina, Kwani? Journal boasts a history of provocative writings on identity and the nation of Kenya, changing the image of Kenyan literature worldwide. Kwani? 07…

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