Sama for All, founded by Souad Nanaa, is a nonprofit that trains displaced people for employment in French museums and cultural organizations.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, considering the exhibition’s generic name, in trying to be everything to everyone, it’s hard for Manga to satisfy anyone.
The often surreal or disturbing posters were commissioned by mobile video clubs to advertise roving screenings.
On February 16, for a protest organized by BP or not BP?, over 350 activists gathered to urge the British Museum to cut financial ties with British oil company BP.
In This Woman’s Work, Julie Delporte reflects on the limitations of being a woman.
Here are some of the most innovative graphic novels this year, selected by Dan Schindel and other Hyperallergic reviewers.
Journeys Drawn: Illustration from the Refugee Crisis tells the stories of some of the estimated 68.5 million people who have been forcibly displaced worldwide.
BP or not BP? gathered in opposition of oil giant BP’s financial stake at the British Museum, accusing the company of bolstering its political positioning through its arts investments.
Showcasing transformational changes in the ways we view our bodies and the possibilities for hybridizing them, Matthieu Gasfou’s H+: Transhumanism(s) is both a historical document and a possible warning for the future.
A testimony of human rights abuses occurring in Southeast Asia is charted in The Dead Eye and the Deep Blue Sea: A Graphic Memoir of Modern Slavery.
Selfies — which have been critiqued as symbols of narcissism and celebrated as examples of defiant self-representation — are now receiving the museum treatment.
With North Korea so often discussed only in terms of extremes, this exhibit’s focus on the mundane is what makes it so fascinating.