Rachel Dolezal is in South Africa and We Hope She’s Leaving Soon
Dolezal has taken her trans-racial clown show international, touching down in South Africa and perplexing everyone she meets there.
Wangechi Mutu Creates Powerful Guardians of Female Identity in ‘Ndoro Na Miti’
Wangechi Mutu’s latest, ‘Ndoro Na Miti,’ is a fortified safe space for womanhood both in the fantasy and real realms.
10 UK Artists to Watch This Year
Here’s 10 Black British artists to keep an eye out for this year.
This Is What Nairobi’s Blankets & Wine Festival Looked Like
In pictures: Kenya’s long-awaited Blankets & Wine festival, featuring AKA, Nneka, Muthoni DQ, and more.
In Photos: This Is What 1890s Jamaica Looked Like
Making Jamaica, currently on view at London’s Autograph ABP, is an exhibition of archival images of Jamaica taken in 1891.
Hear Kenya’s Emerging Producers in the ‘Nairobi Nu Wave’ Mixtape
DJ Bhayology’s ‘Nairobi Nu Wave’ mixtape is a 30-minute overview of the fascinating sounds coming out of Kenya.
The Songs You Need to Hear This Week
The best tracks of the week featuring Kendrick, Tiwa Savage, Zoe Modiga and more.
In Conversation With Nana Kwabena on Identity, Music & Dream Chasing
Jidenna’s brilliant producer Nana Kwabena opens up about his Ghanaian-American background & using sickle cell disease as a vehicle for empowerment through music.
‘All Over’ Marks a New Beginning For Tiwa Savage
Phoebe Boswell Reclaims the Voice of the Muse in ‘For Every Real Word Spoken’
Phoebe Boswell’s exhibition undermines the currency of the muse—a woman typically shown as an object rather than possessor of the gaze.
ÌFÉ Mixes Santeria With Caribbean Synth-Pop To Create Something Wholly Original
Nigerian Photographer Lubee Abubakar is Taking the Art Scene by Storm
Lubabetu Abubakar discusses her work, motivations and ambitions as well as her experience of transitioning to full-time photography.