Ransome Stanley (b. 1953), British artist of Nigerian-German descent.
Stanley was born in London to a Nigerian father and German mother, and he currently lives and works in Munich. His art engages postocoloniality, modernity and 19th century colonial depictions of the subaltern. Stanley engages the globalized and exotified stereotypes of Africans - … Continue Reading ››
The Fakugesi Festival is a celebration of digital technology, art, and culture in the context of Africa. Papers presented in theme sessions 1 to 3 will also be published as pier reviewed papers in a special edition of the Technoetic Arts Journal (published by Intellect). The 4th session theme “Technology Dreams” invites partners and participants of the … Continue Reading ››
Africa is a Country interviews photographer Michael Tsegaye on his work around the continent, his photography on social issues, inspiration and process.
Royal Museum for Central Africa is a fictitious typography and illustration by Elliot Verhelpen, a student in graphic design and visual communication in Brussels, Belgium. Continue Reading ››