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One World in Relation: Édouard Glissant in Conversation with Manthia Diawara-Manthia Diawara
A Vigil of Departure: Louis Khehla Maqhubela (1960–2010)- Marilyn Martin
Probing White Guilt, Pursuing White Redemption: William Kentridge’s 9 Drawings for Projection- Peter Erickson
William Kentridge’s Activist Uncertainty During and After Apartheid- Terry Smith
Paul Emmanuel’s Transitions: The White South African Male in Process- Pamela Allara
Beyond Geography: Africa and Colonial Time in Who Knows Tomorrow- Prita Meier
Who Knows Tomorrow: Berlin and Beyond
- Brett M. Van Hoesen
“Cut and Mix”: Jean-Michel Basquiat in Retrospect- Jordana Moore Saggese
Cartographies of Uneven Exchange: The Fluidity of Sculptural Form: El Anatsui in Conversation with Okwui Enwezor
A Fateful Journey: A Curator’s Perspective- Yukiya Kawaguchi
A Nomad’s Revolutionary Beauty
- Elizabeth Harney
Yto Barrada: Tangier’s Changing Cosmopolitanisms- Holiday Powers
Katarzyna Pieprzak: Imagined Museums: Art and Modernity in Postcolonial Morocco- Holiday Powers
El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You about Africa-Terry Smith
A Fateful Journey: Africa in the Works of El Anatsui- Susan Vogel
William Pope. L: Landscape + Object + Animal- Jessica Maxwell
Zwelethu Mthethwa: Inner Views- Susanna Newbury
Wangechi Mutu: Hunt Bury Flee-W. Ian Bourland
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