Kaleidoscope magazine has done an “Africa” issue; it wants to walk a fine line between identity politics and universalism.
The London Olympics, the Africa Utopia symosium and London’s “Festival of the World with Mastercard.”
Mary Beth Meehan, an American photographer in the U.S. northeast photographs marginal people: immigrants and poor people, both black and white.
This thing about a boat on The Thames named for the one Joseph Conrad sailed up the River Congo before writing Heart of Darkness.
Science fiction as genre offers the opportunity to African artists to consider Western cartographies of the future as fictions in their own right.
Britain’s secret service, MI5, passed on sensitive information to their Libyan colleagues to torture dissidents.
One of the striking facts of Nabil Ayouch’s film is that Israelis love the land and the Palestinians love it too.