The author and former Minister of Culture and Tourism of Mali, Aminata Traoré wrote, “We, the peoples of Africa, colonised in the past and re-colonised today in favour of globalised capitalism, do not cease asking ourselves: what has become of us?” Does the eleventh Bamako biennial give an answer to the question? Its title, Afrotopia, taken from an essay by the...
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