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KiezKino: Animated Avantgarde

For the June edition of the KiezKino film screening series, the Bioscope Independent Cinema presents a selection of artistic animated films from Germany in the 1920s and 30s. Head to the Bioscope on 24.06.2014 at 19H30 for this special cinematic experience. More...

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      Europeans Only. 1956. © Peter Magubane

      20 Years of Democracy

      Interviews and more
      Every Moment Counts, 1989 © Photo: Rotimi Fani-Kayode. Courtesy of Autograph ABP


      Rotimi Fani-Kayode Retrospective
      Chike Obeagu, City Scape and City Dwellers, 2013 mixed media 8×6 ft image, courtesy of the artist

      Dak’Art 2014

      Producing the Common

        Current Projects

        Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life   english

        After acclaimed runs in Munich, Milan, and New York, this unprecedented photographic exhibition is now showing in Johannesburg until 29.06.2014.

        Music in Africa

        Music In Africa is a groundbreaking new web platform that allows users to enhance their knowledge of African music scenes while effectively networking and promoting their work for free.

        African Metropolis   english

        6 Films from 6 African Cities – screening at international film festivals worldwide

        Goethe on Main

        Multidisciplinary art space in Johannesburg’s inner city. Visit one of the current exhibitions.

        The Spoken Word Project   deutschenglishfrançaisportuguês

        Stories travelling through Africa in poetry slams: Spoken word artists are keeping the tradition of storytelling alive.

        Writing about Africa   deutschenglishfrançaisportuguês

        Welcome to a voyage of discovery of new German literature representing images of diverse Africa

        Weblog: Moving Africa   deutschenglishfrançaisportuguês

        Pan-African exchange is the main goal of the Moving Africa program, which enables African artists to travel to the most important festivals in Africa. On this blog, they share their experiences.


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        May - June 2014

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