Surveying decades of his writing and criticism, Occasional Views contributes to a greater understanding of Delany’s unimpeachable stature.
Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman’s new film performs a radical intervention upon the science fiction genre.
Conservative critic Gilbert T. Sewall wants to make the Met great again.
From Njideka Akunyili Crosby to Elizabeth Catlett, Before Yesterday We Could Fly: An Afrofuturist Period Room integrates works by Black creators from the past to the present.
This rich history is undercut with urgency, as gentrification is displacing Oakland’s Black population at a staggering rate.
In this apocalyptic future that Sedrick Chisom so vividly builds, all people of color have left Earth.
The Self Maintenance Resource Center is a living archive of personal, creative, and intellectual inspiration for artists.
Here are some important titles you should seek out in the Criterion Channel’s Afrofuturism series.
Hungarofuturism, an Eastern European movement directly inspired by Afrofuturism, collapses perceptions of national and individual identity, monuments, and historical sites.
The California African American Museum is hosting a weekend of workshops and more in Leimert Park.
Erased from history books, the stories and roles of women in slave revolts will now be told in vivid form by Rebecca Hall.
LaFleur is a native Detroiter who traveled and worked in the wider contemporary art world for over a decade, before returning to apply what she’d learned to her hometown.