From sting operations at art sales to cheeky protests at the British Museum, the India Pride Project is on a mission to hold museums and former colonisers accountable.
Mnyaka Sururu Mboro has spent most of his life on a mission to return sacred objects to the places they were taken from.
BLK MKT Vintage wants to be the “Blackest antique store there ever was.” But in trying to make Black cultural ephemera accessible to their community, its founders have revealed how often white curators control the narrative.
Institutions are hiring goats to eat brush, beefing up fire suppression systems, and in some cases are prepared to evacuate their art.
Just a few months after opening, the shaky existence of the National Museum of Law Enforcement suggests that the one-topic museum may exist in a country disinterested in its message.
Africans have been calling for the return of ancestors’ remains for decades, and at least one Western leader is now listening.
The Disgusting Food Museum is probably the only place where Pop-Tarts are displayed next to fermented birds in a seal carcass.
His latest film criticizes museums for holding onto looted art.
Long may Saga reign.
The art world is full of the longstanding, racist histories that have affirmed white supremacy.