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Author: Rob Perrée

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PORTRAIT OF A FRIENDSHIP 4: WALLACE THURMAN AND THE NIGGERATI

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This is the 4th article in a series of articles on the friendship between ‘two’ African American artists, a “friendship beyond understanding”. In every article The Harlem Renaissance is the context of the story. This article is about the friendship between Wallace Thurman and the Niggerati.

Rob Perrée tries to answer the questions the friendship evokes.

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PORTRAIT OF A FRIENSHIP 3 COUNTEE CULLEN AND HAROLD JACKMAN

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This is the third article in a series of articles on the friendship between two African American artists, a “friendship beyond understanding”. In every article The Harlem Renaissance is the context of the story.

Rob Perrée tries to answer the questions the friendship evokes.

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Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe

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Guy Woueté: WELKOM

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Activism is made to resist, to build and to share awareness and knowledge. Activism is made to implement changes in the collectives and in the society. Take a look at Steve Biko or Winnie and Nelson Mandela, take a look at Fela Kuti, take a look at Martin Luther King or Muhammad Ali, take a look at Franz Fanon or Sarojini Naidu (the only lady standing ahead the Salt March with Gandhi in 1930).

Guy Woueté (1980, Cameroon) in conversation with Rob Perrée
La dernière marché – The last march, multimedia installation, 2017-2020

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Marlene Dumas: Double Takes

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