1. A Tree Cannot Make a Forest: Looking Inward, Reaching out in African Art Studies
  2. Stephen Fọlárànmí
  3. pp. 1-7
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  1. Biennials: Who’s in and Who’s out?
  2. Joseph L. Underwood
  3. pp. 7-8
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  1. Biennials’ Temporality
  2. Maureen Murphy
  3. p. 8
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  1. In Memoriam: Ezio Bassani 1924–2018
  2. William Hart
  3. p. 9
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  1. Condition Report 3: Art History in Africa: Debating Localization, Legitimization and New Solidarities
  2. Ruth Simbao, Koyo Kouoh, Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi, Suzana Sousa, Emi Koide
  3. pp. 10-17
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  1. Conjuring Our Beings: Stacey Gillian Abe and Immy Mali in Conversational Partnership
  2. Stacey Gillian Abe, Immy Mali (Anderu Immaculate Mali)
  3. pp. 18-31
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  1. Masked in Metaphors: Counter Narratives in the Works of Nigerian Cartoonist Mike Asukwo
  2. Ganiyu A. Jimoh
  3. pp. 32-39
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  1. Paper Beads on the Move: Mobilizing Trajectories and Subjectivities to Shape Contemporary Art In Uganda
  2. Dorah Kasozi
  3. pp. 40-51
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  1. Reconfiguring the Omweso Board Game: Performing Narratives of Buganda Material Culture
  2. Rose Namubiru Kirumira
  3. pp. 52-65
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  1. Axé Bahia: The Power of Art in an Afro-Brazilian Metropolis (review)
  2. David Castañeda
  3. pp. 80-81
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  1. Abstract Minded: Works by Six Contemporary African Artists (review)
  2. Joseph L. Underwood
  3. pp. 82-84
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  1. World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts Across the Indian Ocean (review)
  2. Nichole N. Bridges
  3. pp. 84-87
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  1. The Power of Gold: Asante Royal Regalia from Ghana (review)
  2. Jessi DiTillio
  3. pp. 87-89
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  1. African Photographer J.A. Green: Reimagining the Indigenous and the Colonial ed. by Martha G. Anderson, Lisa Aronson (review)
  2. Jessica R. Williams
  3. pp. 90-91
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  1. Cracks in the Dome: Fractured Histories of Empire in the Zanzibar Museum, 1897–1964 by Sarah Longair (review)
  2. Jenny Peruski
  3. pp. 91-92
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  1. Erratum
  2. p. 92
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  1. Public Art in South Africa: Bronze Warriors and Plastic Presidents ed. by Kim Miller, Brenda Schmahmann (review)
  2. Jeanne van Eeden
  3. pp. 93-94
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  1. Swahili Port Cities: The Architecture of Elsewhere by Prita Meier (review)
  2. Rachel Lee
  3. pp. 94-95
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  1. Art World City: The Creative Economy of Artists and Urban Life in Dakar by Joanna Grabski (review)
  2. Erin Schwartz
  3. pp. 95-96
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