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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2015) 2015 (37): 114–125.
Published: 01 November 2015
...Tasha L. Lewis; Anne Pringle Apparel manufacturing is the largest contributor to Haiti’s export sector, employing about 30,000 people, mainly in the nation’s capital of Port-au-Prince. This number is only a fraction of those who were employed in the garment sector during its peak in the 1980s...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2016) 2016 (38-39): 152–161.
Published: 01 November 2016
... genres, Barnor would migrate into creating a singular portfolio of street and studio portraiture depicting societies in transition: images of a burgeoning sub-Saharan African nation moving toward independence and a European capital city becoming a multicultural metropolis. In the process, Barnor would...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2016) 2016 (38-39): 202–209.
Published: 01 November 2016
... translucent stained-glass Madonna and later as the portrait motifs of seven hundred fifty stars arranged as the celestial constellation above the Caribbean capital of Haiti at the instant of January 2010’s devastating earthquake. Even today, his art practice continues to articulate the body, be it present or...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2011) 2011 (29): 8–21.
Published: 01 November 2011
...-roots culture into highbrow capital. The author argues that the movement resisted the “museum exhibit” of the dominant-culture industry by dramatizing the tension points between inner space, outside space, and unbound space. The aesthetic warfare of the movement is shown to be a struggle against the...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2013) 2013 (33): 46–55.
Published: 01 November 2013
... of the Lumpenproletariat in our current moment of global capital. It takes up Zoe Leonard’s Analogue series (2007) and focuses on a sequence of photographs within it that represent the transnational traffic in used clothing— a circuit that links Shenzhen to Brooklyn to Kampala. With a close analysis...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 June 2017) 2017 (40): 56–67.
Published: 01 June 2017
...Julia Kim Werts Throughout the mid-twentieth century, Ethiopia experienced a period of rapid modernization that affected the ways in which the Ethiopian people—particularly those in the capital city of Addis Ababa—navigated the shifting world around them. Their relationship with a modernizing urban...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2017) 2017 (41): 108–124.
Published: 01 November 2017
... transatlantic slavery provided the capital that galvanized white Western art systems of patronage, collection, and exhibition into existence. He represents black women, men, and children as the appropriate subjects of fine art at the same time that he remains dedicated to restoring the history of the...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2017) 2017 (41): 166–175.
Published: 01 November 2017
... sought work by artists who challenge the “tyranny of immediacy” imposed by global capitalism. Whereas earlier editions had focused on photography and video, Luntumbue and Géo opened the selection process to a far wider range of media and centered the exhibition in the Musée de Lubumbashi (with satellite...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2017) 2017 (41): 198–202.
Published: 01 November 2017
.... Chapter 2 attends to the Metropolitan Museum’s failures with Harlem on My Mind: Cultural Capital of Black America , an exhibition meant to better its relationship with the black community and strengthen its image for an ambitious and expensive expansion plan. In chapter 3, Cahan explores tensions between...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2014) 2014 (35): 114–119.
Published: 01 November 2014
... reality. Copyright © 2014 Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art 2014 Cameron Platter South Africa art activism capitalism mass-culture CAMERON PLATTER in Conversation with OSEI BONSU Osei Bonsu: You are exhibiting your large-scale documen- phy coming out of South Africa now, like Subotzky...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 May 2008) 2008 (22-23): 80–87.
Published: 01 May 2008
... cultural and symbolic capital. Where cultural capital implies a series of codes of cultural knowl• edge and a level of competence in accessing and reading...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 May 2007) 2007 (21): 90–101.
Published: 01 May 2007
... capital—has been stretched to the limits of viabil• ity by hip-hop culture's guerrilla capitalism. And the embattled black body—as commodity...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 June 2017) 2017 (40): 106–107.
Published: 01 June 2017
... curation results of the artist commissions in the elsewhere, most notably in her essay “Occupy of performance and public ceremony still, finite halls of a museum. Indeed, it Wall Street: Carnival against Capital? inside and outside the museum.1 may be that the projects conceived for...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 May 2014) 2014 (34): 94–96.
Published: 01 May 2014
... Lax, Rick Lowe, and Claire Tancons This question-and-answer session represents part and, more generally, about the kind of interiority three of three sessions that took place at the confer- that capital has allowed for you. For those of us who ence on which this issue is focused. come...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 May 2014) 2014 (34): 116–118.
Published: 01 May 2014
... and focus brings He capitalism. neoliberal of advent the with parent ap more the all became reappear) and ( of slavery economies how persisting demonstrates thor au the trade, slave transatlantic the endeavorsthatbroach and intellectual aesthetic of aresurgence tracing By...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2009) 2009 (25): 106–119.
Published: 01 November 2009
... the beginning of capital accumulation and stood Capital and Carnival in contrast to the famishment of the naked mass...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2014) 2014 (35): 134–135.
Published: 01 November 2014
... capital. As As capital. expanding the engulfed same year that the bubonic plague...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 November 2001) 2001 (15): 44–46.
Published: 01 November 2001
... centre of global culture. Through commerce and popular cultural pro• duction, Senegalese have made the colonial capital their own. The Dirriankhes, the Grandes Dames of...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 May 2014) 2014 (34): 34–39.
Published: 01 May 2014
... thus ation of entrenched values involving race, sexuality, turns on how we might inventory state and mar- gender, and a host of other characteristics that have ket forms that exist as competing Gramscian traces been used in prejudicial ways. Although capitalism operating within collectivist art...
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Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art (1 May 2009) 2009 (24): 30–39.
Published: 01 May 2009
...- 32-Nka journal of Contemporary African Art lapping with other forms of U.S. racism is partic• ical violence.) Central to Buried Pig is the ularly significant in the transformed environment American identification of the pig blood method. of media capitalism. The arena of culture...