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Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation: ‘Europa Oxalá’

This exhibition presents around 60 works by 21 artists with family backgrounds originating in the former colonies in Africa. Born and raised in a post-colonial context, these are artists who became essential in European contemporary art, proposing a reflection on...
Kadist Paris: “Affective Utopia”

Kadist Paris: “Affective Utopia”

Unfolding as three chapters and public events, the exhibition offers a reflection on the tensions generated by South/North issues, posing the question of how art can be a critical tool to rethink socialization and the affective geographic concepts of belonging,...

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