Ladi'Sasha Jones

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a coupling of drawings that are pinned to a wall. they are oval shaped with the bottom half completely covered in black so that you cannot see the bottom half of the oval.
A Grammar for Black Interior Art

Black Interior Art [ Black – always with a capital “B”] [Interior – the inner,…

Two Black women wearing long black dresses are seated next too one another facing the camera. The woman on the left has her left hand raised near her heart and her right hand slightly raised above her knee. The woman on the right's gestures mirror this.
In Conversation: Madeleine Hunt-Ehrlich and Nzingha Santiago Kendall

Writer and film programmer Nzingha Santiago Kendall and filmmaker Madeleine Hunt-Ehrlich are participating in the…

The Body and The Parable Opera

  For several days before the Parable of the Sower Opera, I get flashes of…

The imagination of Jennifer Harge’s Choreography

On an unusually cold Spring evening in Detroit, I parked my car in front of…

Leni Riefenstahl, the Master

There are multiple parts to the process of assessing the aesthetic quality of a photograph.…

Black Fatherhood Photographed

Off the grid from the usual New York City gallery circuit, the photographer Zun Lee’s…

Cecile Emeke’s step-by-step guide to creating a film

This month, we are pleased to premiere a new film by Cecile Emeke,  an entirely sincere, comprehensive…

On Cecile Emeke and the conditions of Black Cultural Production

Cecile Emeke’s aesthetic decisions as a filmmaker have been provocative, bold, and often profound, playing…

There is A Kingdom

Walking into the exhibition room on the lower ground floor of the Tyburn Gallery in…

In Conversation with Ti Moun Rezistans by Sabrina Greig

Original translation from Kreyol to English by Geraldaro Jeudy; interview by Sabrina Greig The legacy of…