For nearly forty years, FotoFest has presented and worked with artists, photographers, and thinkers from Japan, Latin America, Korea, China, Russia, and the Arab Region. The central programme of Houston’s FotoFest Biennial 2020 is African Cosmologies – Photography, Time and the Other and it is the first time in the Biennial’s 37-year history that the central exhibition focused on artists of African origin. Curated by renowned London-based curator, Mark Sealy MBE, this lavish tome brings together 33 artists of African origins from around the globe whose works challenge traditional notions of Blackness and transnational histories in relation to concepts of...
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