restricted access   Number 16/17, Fall/Winter 2002

Table of Contents

From the Editor

p. 17

The Last Interview: Seydou Keïa 1921-2001

pp. 18-23

Ben Enwonwu: Aesthetics and Artistic Identity in Modern Nigerian Art

pp. 24-31

Michael Richards: 1963-2001

pp. 32-35

Usha Seejarim: The Opposite of Illustration

pp. 36-39

Emma Amos: Art Matters

pp. 40-47

Johannes Phokela

pp. 48-53

Post-Post Black: Senam Okudzeto in Basel

pp. 54-59

One Planet Under a Groove: Hip Hop and Contemporary Art

pp. 60-65

Siemon Allen's Stamp Collection

pp. 66-69

Raoul Peck's Lumumba: The Passion of Remembrance and the Pan-Diasporic Longing for History

pp. 70-73

Coco Fusco: How not to Sing an Anthem

pp. 74-77

Pictures on the Moon: Yvette Mattern's Safari Through Black Power

pp. 78-83

Willem Boshoff's Panifice: Between Africa and Europe: The Language(s) of Civilization(s)

pp. 84-87

Africaine: Candice Breitz Wangechi Mutu Tracey Rose Fatimah Tuggar

pp. 88-93

William Pope.L: The Friendliest Black Artist in America

pp. 94-99

Ousmane Sembène's Faat Kiné

pp. 100-103

Studio Call: Charles H. Nelson Jr. Keeping it Real

pp. 104-106

Downtown 81: A Tribute to Jean Michel Basquiat (review)

pp. 107-108

Joe Overstreet: Silverscreen, and: Frank Bowling: New Pictures (review)

p. 109

Yinka Shonibare (review)

pp. 110-111

The Bodies That Were Not Ours (review)

pp. 112-113

Malick Sidibe: Project Room: Mali, 1974 (review)

pp. 114-115

Water as Installation (review)

pp. 116-117

Mohammed Omer Khalil New Work (review)

p. 118