The National Windrush Monument, London, UK

One of the key advantages of living in London, that far outweigh its well-documented costliness and environmental downsides, is the opportunity to view internationally outward-facing public works of art that have the power to generate significant cultural ripple effects and transcend their physical display settings. The most recent major art commission to trigger this type... Continue Reading →

Call for Panels: Conference on Intersectional Challenges in Afroeuropean Communities, 7-10 July 2021

The 8th biennial conference of the Afroeuropeans Network will take place at Vrije Universiteit Brussel [University in Brussels, Belgium], 7-10 July 2021. The key focus of the discussions at this international, interdisciplinary gathering will centre on 'Intersectional Challenges in Afroeuropean Communities.' CONFERENCE THEMES (AND 'STREAMS') Throughout the four-day programme a wide range of panel presentations,... Continue Reading →

Trokon Nagbe: The World Gives Life – A Solo Exhibition at Skoto Gallery, New York

I was delighted to visit Skoto Gallery during my recent trip to New York City and experience a very warm welcome from the co-owners - Skoto Aghahowa and Alix du Serech - who both took time to introduce me to their arts space, share information about the history of their past exhibitions and provide additional... Continue Reading →

Earlier in 2019 I was fortunate to present a paper at an international conference on African-European Studies that took place in Portugal at the ISCTE-IUL Lisbon University Institute. While there, I took the opportunity to visit a number of museums and galleries to review exhibitions and collections featuring works by modern and contemporary visual artists... Continue Reading →

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