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Gabriella Nugent | Colonial Legacies

Gabriella Nugent | Colonial Legacies

In Colonial Legacies, Gabriella Nugent examines a generation of contemporary artists born or based in the Congo whose lens-based art attends to the afterlives and mutations of Belgian colonialism in postcolonial Congo. Nugent analyses artworks, and demonstrates how their practices create a new type of visual record for the future. “I have always thought that the concerns addressed by the artists in my book were pressing, but it has been interesting to see them pushed to the forefront of art history, as well as museums and other institutions,” she states. 

Mohit Chandna | Spatial Boundaries, Abounding Spaces

Mohit Chandna | Spatial Boundaries, Abounding Spaces
The colonial project is far from over and it continues to determine our lives through the borders that surround us. In order to understand here and now, one needs to start with there and then.

Patrick Develtere, Huib Huyse, and Jan Van Ongevalle | International Development Cooperation Today

Today's challenge is to make modern international development cooperation a principled approach that seeks win-wins wherever possible, in tandem with programmes that address long-term structural challenges and promote the interests of more vulnerable partners.

Ernst Wolff | Mongameli Mabona

Ernst Wolff | Mongameli Mabona

Ernst Wolff's book 'Mongameli Mabona. His Life and Work' is the first study of any kind devoted to Mongameli Anthony Mabona (1929), a South African scholar with an exceptional life path.

Mark McKinney | Postcolonialism and Migration in French Comics

Mark McKinney | Postcolonialism and Migration in French Comics
  © Farid Boudjellal   Artists such as Zeina Abirached, Baru and Boudjellal have been impressive in their efforts to decolonize French comics an...

Simon Dell | The Portrait and the Colonial Imaginary

Simon Dell | The Portrait and the Colonial Imaginary
"It was very difficult to find a way of writing about the different perspectives of France and Africa, of Africans in France and the French in A...

Matthias De Groof | Lumumba in the Arts

Matthias De Groof | Lumumba in the Arts
"Art reminds us of the impossibility of his death and leaves us horrified every time one remembers the tragedy." It is no coincidence that a his...

Matthew Stanard | The Leopard, the Lion, and the Cock. Colonial Memories and Monuments in Belgium

Matthew Stanard | The Leopard, the Lion, and the Cock. Colonial Memories and Monuments in Belgium
"I hope readers would remember the value of studying history; both its intrinsic value, and the importance of learning history in order to better...

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