Arena for Contemporary African, African-American and Caribbean Art

Author: Rob Perrée

text: email text: Personal website at 5: Dread Scott, an activist who does not give up


I know Dread Scott for almost 25 years. He was participating in my travelling exhibtion Postrcards from Black America (1998-1999). He is one of these rare artists who makes political art that influences the public opinion. He has not only a clear message but he also knows how to use visual means to convey his message.

This interview was first published in January 2015. It is still relevant, so I like to publish it again.

On the impossibility of freedom in a country founded on slavery and genocide, performance, 2014.

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Texas Isaiah

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Angel Otero: Milagros


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Daniel Lemmer at Sukru Oso, Paramaribo, Suriname


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Ellen Gallagher: Liquid Intelligence

EllenGallager DeLuxe, 2004 - 2005. Portfolio met zestig fotogravures, etsen, aquatinten, litho’s en zeefdrukken (detail), ieder 33×26,5 cm. Courtesy Hauser & Wirth Foto Alex Delfanne

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