Arena for Contemporary African, African-American and Caribbean Art

Author: Raquel Villar-Pérez

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The Sheltering Pixel: The Representation of the Other



The Sheltering Pixel is a very personal meditation of a non-African artist but who has matured his discourse and his way of looking, thanks to African artists in the Diaspora, whose knowledges and art works have raised issues such as the representation of the Other.

Raquel Villar-Pérez in conversation with Javier Hirschfeld.

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Alexis Peskine: Power Figures

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Part of my family history is about deportation, we were taken from our land and brought to a new one that we built; we created new cultures.
I like to talk about this topic and others such as immigration and institutional discrimination in my work because they affected my family and ancestors

Alexis Peskine interviewed by Raquel Villar-Pérez
Power, 2017. Moon gold leaf on nails, earth, coffee, water and acrylic on wood, 195 x 250 cm. Image: Alexis Peskine. Courtesy: October Gallery

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