The target wasn’t difficult to find. It moved as it always did, as if responding to song. The target was called Jane. I’m Jane, she said. “Jane”, I repeated without realising. Yes, it’s a very common name she continued. Paris sent me I said. I gave her the letter from Hubert. It explained that I would accompany her to Paris to meet him.
Known as one of the greatest female artists in the world, her work has been revered internationally. To celebrate the expert painter, an exhibition showcasing pieces inspired by her portraits is taking place at the Menier Gallery in south London from 3 to 31 August. Michelle Gooden-Jones Born […]
From a very young age Carpentier was interested in the history of the region: an interest evidenced in the correspondence he maintained with his mother at the beginning of his time in France. When Carpentier returns from Paris he adopts as his mission a commitment to see what unites the whole of Latin America and makes it strong: its cultural dimension.
After 70 years of disputes, the art collector David Nahmad recovered a painting by Amedeo Modigliani, a piece that was stolen during the Second World War according to revelations from the case known as the Panama Papers.
It has some crucial analysis of the roots of white racism and its overlap with technology, and the portrayal of blacks in sci-fi. This book by Louis Chude-Sokei, begins with a trenchant expose of 19th century racism but ends by being absorbed in sophisticated cultural studies.