M Neelika Jayawardane

George Hallett: Nomad, raconteur and photographer who ‘became the camera’

The renowned South African photographer understood how to look for the tucked-away spaces that were the sources of both light and dark

On photographs and the art of ‘remixing’ images

We explore the issues involved in artists’ reasonable or fair use of other people’s works

‘From No Fixed Place’, a space appears

"Violence targeted at erasing the bodies of women tells us that their physical, emotional, and political and intellectual labour remains a threat".

The very American myth of ‘exceptional immigrants’

It is time for more privileged immigrants in the US to stop seeing themselves as more deserving than others.

Venice Biennale: African pavilions and the politics of space

African artists’ work was much better represented at the national pavilions than at the biennale, a revealing actuality when it comes to black artists

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