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Theda Sandiford, Wide Load: Baggage Cart from the Emotional Baggage Cart series, 2021. Courtesy of MoCADA. Photographer: April Tracey

Theda Sandifords’ ‘Hidden In Plain Sight’ at Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art (MoCADA)

A dynamic presentation made up of virtual and public art exhibitions by Caribbean-American artist Theda Sandiford, ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’ confronts the psychological impact of racial gaslighting as it has been revealed in her everyday …

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Installation view of Movement III, from left: Berni Searle, Shimmer (2012–13). Installation (5 HD video projections and gold-leafed elephant bones). Southern: a Contemporary Collection. © Berni Searle. Photo Graham De Lacy

‘Liminal Identities in the Global South’ at the Joburg Contemporary Art Foundation (JCAF)

‘Liminal Identities in the Global South’ explores hybridity and resistance in the artistic practices of seminal women artists from Latin America, alongside artists from the MENA region, the African diaspora and South Africa. The exhibition …

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‘Craving for Humanity: The World of Barthélémy Toguo’ at Musée du quai Branly-Jacques Chirac

Free rein at the Fondation Dapper: Cameroonian artist Barthélémy Toguo. Sensitive, socially aware art that explores the failed workings of today’s world so as to critique them, drawing on African cultures. From watercolours of suffering …

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20th Century Onyx Club, Oxnard, 1964 debutantes, 1964. Reproduction. Courtesy Black Gold Cooperative Library System.

‘Rights and Rituals: The Making of African American Debutante Culture’ at the California African American Museum

In November 1961, President John F. Kennedy and California Governor Pat Brown greeted 28 young ladies as they made their debut into society during The Links, Incorporated Los Angeles Chapter’s 10th annual cotillion at the …

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