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This is an exhibition that explores the impact of fashion through iconic elements of African culture. With the display of garments, textiles, testimonies, photographs, film and catwalk footage it is possible to visualize African voices on their perspective on fashion. In a diverse set, Africa Fashion represents the creatives of the culture in the twentieth century. Also, it was made in order to expose the work of new artists transforming the fashion industry on the continent. For example, Shade Thomas-Fahm, Chris Seydou, Kofi Ansah, Alphadi, etc.
There is still a post-pandemic period where people are still adjusting to life away from home. The recovery to "normal" after the crisis is a situation that affects people in different ways. This is exactly what the exhibition aims to reflect. With different photographs the students want to tell and project stories that have emerged after the global change. There are exhibits on different themes such as mental health, racial identity, community and family, the global pandemic and moments of celebration. These photographs are also meant to capture the best of the most difficult times.
In response to the climate crisis, through After Nature, it is possible to appreciate the repercussions of society over the environment. It is an exhibition expressing different perspectives on the issue. It is possible to found works on the human relationship with biodiversity and climate change. The interactive exhibition allows the public to analyze worldwide challenges of the ecosystems. Brings togheter different works that adds a political approach to the topic, next to the promises made by leaders of change, prosperity, progress and development.
The Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) announced the exhibition Sekou Cooke. Dedicated to Hip-Hop Architecture which is finally receiving widespread attention within the discipline. The work is identified as an exhibition of Hip-Hop Architecture as a current movement that embodies the collective creative energies of young urban neighborhoods. Through 3D Turntables, is an interactive exploration of the relationship between hip-hop technology and architectural fabrication.
The pricipal projects featured in the exhibition include: Amanda Williams' There Are No Blank Sheets of Paper work, Olalekan Jeyifous' Shanty Megastructures and Lauren Halsey's Crenshaw District Hieroglyphic Project.
TED Countdown and Fine Acts in collaboration have held an open call for artists from around the world to create digital illustrations focused on climate change. The project received 2,222 submissions from 1,432 artists from 95 countries. The most outstanding 50 selected artists and 46 finalists have been chosen to become part of the Climate Collection. This collection is available to everyone interested on seeking inspiration from other works to take climate action. Whether they are activists, companies, nonprofits, etc.
Artist Kamala Ibrahim Ishag, a pioneer of Sudanese art, organized in collaboration with The Africa Institute a unique and expansive exhibition that is defined by various styles and movements. Her work expresses different earthly and spiritual landscapes and stories of Sudanese visual culture through many eras. Including subjects of women, spiritualism, Zar ceremonies, plants and stories of her own mother and grandmothers.