The Reading room

The reading room

2019

  • KADIST: A Distinct Itinerary in. Space and. Time.
  • -Suzanne Lacy & Pilar Riaño-Alcalá. Medellin, Colombia: Re-inhabiting Memory
  • -Ngũgĩ wa Mirii : On Literacy Content, 1979
  • -James Muriuki & Syowia Kyambi: Layers
  • -Chimurenganyana: When you kill us we Rule! Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s last interview. By Keziah Jones
  • -Monsieur Antipyrine’s Manifesto:  Tristan Tzara
  • -Texte Zur Kunst: Globalisms
  • -Hans Ulrich Obrist: do it. The compendium
  • -Ashraf Jamal: In The World. Essays on Contemporary South African Art
  • -Àsìkò: residency notes
  • -Co.@rtnews
  • -Jackie Karuti: The Address
  • -Kochi-Muziris Biennale, 2018 catalog: Possibilities for a non-alienated life
  • -Dazed & Confused magazine
  • -Jackie Karuti responding to Wolfang Tillmans’ work: What else can a photograph be?

 

2018

 

    • -Soul of a Nation. Art in the Age of Black Power: Edited by Mark Godfrey & Zoé Whitley
    • -Anne Michaels: Fugitive Pieces
    • -John Berger: The Red Tenda of Bologna
    • -Jean Rhys: Till September Petronella
    • -Fernando Pessoa: I Have More Souls than One
    • -Salta Idi: Zingatia
    • -Museum fur Volkerkunde, Frankfurt-Signs: Art from East Africa 1974 – 1989
    • -Michelle Cliff: if I could Write this in Fire
    • -Dak’Art Biennale 2018 Catalog
    • -The Invention of Zimbabwe: The Chronic, Chimurenga-April, 2018
    • -XiBARUU TEERE YI(‘Chronic Books’ in Wolof): What can African Writers Learn from Cheikh Anta Diop?
    • -A Path Not Taken: The Story of Joseph Murumbi. Africa’s Greatest Private Cultural Collector and Kenya’s Second Vice-president. Anne Thurston
    • -Purple: John Akomfrah
    • -documenta14 Daybook & Reader
    • -SOUTH as a state of mind
    • -Àsìkò: on the future of artistic and curatorial pedagogies in Africa
    • -Curriculum of Connections. Focus: Education- Contemporary &: Special documenta 14 edition
    • -Condition Report: symposium on building Art institutions in Africa. Edited by Koyo Kouoh