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Featured in this year’s Venice Biennale, the artist zooms in on Singapore and Venice, two ports of the publishing world

BY Skye Arundhati Thomas | 12 APR 22

The artist speaks to Allie Biswas about the medium’s gimmick-free nature

BY Allie Biswas | 09 NOV 21

The artist reflects on the talents of her self-taught ceramist father, whose work was a constant character within her family home

BY Helen Cammock | 09 NOV 21

The artist recalls how the importance of trips to Nigeria and Kenya transformed her relationship with clay and teaching

BY Magdalene Odundo | 09 NOV 21

The artist’s illustrated diary unravels the complexities of learning grammar in English, Dutch, German and Japanese

Can the story of performer and activist Paul Robeson help us reconcile universalism with Black progress? 

BY Susan Neiman | 30 SEP 20

The photographer retraces the history of the German capital's 'African Quarter'

BY Akinbode Akinbiyi AND Pablo Larios | 30 SEP 20

Germany's Green Party wants to get rid of the word ‘race’ in the German constitution. Natasha A. Kelly writes about what actually needs to change in Germany

BY Natasha A. Kelly | 30 SEP 20

Nicolaus Schafhausen on Germany, origins and individualism as utopia in the work of Kai Althoff

BY Nicolaus Schafhausen | 25 AUG 16

Why has abjection gained renewed currency in art?

BY Kirsty Bell | 27 MAR 16

Why is abjection making a comeback?

BY Hannah Black | 10 MAR 16