1. Okwui Enwezor: In Memoriam (1963–2019)
  2. Salah M. Hassan, Chika Okeke-Agulu
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  1. From the Editor
  2. Chika Okeke-Agulu
  3. pp. 6-7
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  1. Decolonizing Time: Nineteenth-Century Haitian Portraiture and the Critique of Anachronism in Caribbean Art
  2. Erica Moiah James
  3. pp. 8-23
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  1. Falling and Rising: In the Wake of Cecil John Rhodes
  2. Tamar Garb
  3. pp. 24-37
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  1. Carrie Mae Weems: Rethinking Historic Appropriations
  2. Cherise Smith
  3. pp. 38-50
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  1. Selling Africa: Samuel Fosso's The Chief: He Who Sold Africa to the Colonists
  2. Theresa Sims
  3. pp. 52-63
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  1. Black Performance in Brazil: Hidden Stories and the Rough Vibrancy of Now
  2. Fabiana Lopes
  3. pp. 64-76
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  1. Leo Asemota's: The Ens Project
  2. Chris Spring
  3. pp. 78-92
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  1. Postproduction, Archive, and Memory in the Work of César Schofield Cardoso
  2. Ana Nolasco
  3. pp. 94-107
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  1. The Politics and Poetics of Mwangi Hutter's: One Artist/Two Body Construct
  2. Brett M. Van Hoesen
  3. pp. 108-119
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  1. The Radical Cosmopolitanism of Barthélémy Toguo
  2. Kevin Tervala
  3. pp. 120-131
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  1. Ontological Distances: Contemporary Art, African Masks, and Western Museums
  2. Ekaterina Golovko
  3. pp. 132-142
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  1. Rico Gatson: Power Lines, Power Minds
  2. Silvi Naçi
  3. pp. 144-157
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  1. City Dreams
  2. Jody B. Cutler-Bittner
  3. pp. 158-161
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