Serge Atukoy Klote: Ghana’s realistic ‘Yellow Brick Road’ leads to a different kind of fairy tale

A real yellow brick road is taking shape in Ghana, and it has at least one thing in common with the fictional trail it is named after. Much like Dorothy in the tale of “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” who must follow a magical yellow path to find a way back to Kansas, Serge Atukoi … Read more

DC Comics is about to kill Black Adam

black Adam will die. In 2022, villain Shazam joins the Justice League, and before his theatrical debut, Black Adam will star in his solo series. Written by Christopher Priest with art by Rafael Sandoval, the title will explore the character’s fading immortality, forcing him to choose a successor worthy of him. As revealed by August … Read more

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Uma Thurman wears a blonde wig to continue work on the Hoboken set from The Kill Room

Academy Award nominee Uma Thurman flashes her giant smile while filming The Kill Room outside the Field Colony art gallery in Hoboken, New Jersey on Monday. Wearing a dark-rooted platinum blonde wig, the 52-year-old seemed happy to relive the pages of Jonathan Jacobson’s script. Hairstylist Darrell Redleaf-Fielder styled Uma’s realistic hair piece and then snapped … Read more

Space 22: How does creative art improve your mental health and well-being?

It can sometimes be hard to find the right words to express your feelings – especially after the last two years of wildfires and what seems to be a never-ending pandemic. Research has shown 1 in 5 of us suffers from a mental health condition at some point in our lives And while that sounds … Read more

Nick How It Goes Underground – The New York Times

For the artist known for “Soundsuits” that produce a variety of rhythmic effects when worn, Nick Cave’s overall project, “Every one, every one, equal for allI found a proper noisy home on the New York subway. Earlier this month, while previewing the completed project, the saxophone reverberated through the Times Square tunnels and 42nd Street … Read more

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John Akumpra in Stuart Hall: “When I first read it, I thought it was white” | art and design

TYears before his death in 2014, Stuart Hallcultural theorist, political activist, and founding editor of Radical Magazine New review on the leftIn collaboration with artist and film director John Acomfra In the incomplete conversation. The exceptional cinematic art installation, shown on a triple screen, attempted to evoke and translate Hall’s life and ideas even 1968 … Read more

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