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Edna Bonhomme

Edna Bonhomme is a historian of science and a writer based in Berlin, Germany. Her work has appeared in Al Jazeera, The Atlantic, The Guardian, the London Review of Books and elsewhere. Her forthcoming book explores contagion in confined spaces.

To mark the German Romantic’s 250th birthday, Hamburger Kunsthalle highlights contemporary responses to the artist’s pensive oeuvre

BY Edna Bonhomme |

Edna Bonhomme visits the aesthetically versatile artist at her Rotterdam studio

BY Edna Bonhomme |

At SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin, ‘Conspicuous Invisibility’ examines the perceptions of identity, history and the African diaspora

BY Edna Bonhomme |

The DJ and writer experiments with electronic music and rethinks the meaning of a ‘sonic archive’ upon discovering tapes at the National Institute of Design

BY Edna Bonhomme |

Focusing on an alleged looter of Cambodian cultural heritage, this six-part series is yet another reminder that too many stolen artefacts still reside in Western museums

BY Edna Bonhomme |

As their first solo institutional show opens at the Walker Art Center, Carolyn Lazard speaks with Edna Bonhomme about avant-garde film, Blackness and disability

BY Carolyn Lazard AND Edna Bonhomme |

Edna Bonhomme interviews curator and editor Bárbara Rodríguez Muñoz about the ways in which art can help us understand health, illness and mortality