Founded in the ’60s, when black art was ignored by the establishment, Kamoinge’s influence has remained largely unrecognised – until now.
Photographer Rory Doyle steps into the world of the Delta Hill Riders: a community of African American cowboys and cowgirls.
Visual artist Zak Ové talks us through his landmark exhibition, Get Up, Stand Up Now: ‘Art helps us attain equality, honesty, and perspective towards our own history.’
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Seattle chapter of the BPP this year, 16 artists are joining forces to reveal how much the formidable activist group have shaped their work.
A new, short documentary from Amarachi Nwosu – titled Black in Tokyo – reveals what it’s really like to live as a black foreigner in a racially homogenous society.
In her latest book, curator Shantrelle P. Lewis meets modern-day black dandies – men who use style to explore gender, class and their diasporic identity.
Political blackness, the idea that anyone non-white can unite under the term black, has a long and proud history. But in 2016, it might well be time to update the language used to fight racism and oppression.