The fighters stormed into our house, assaulting my father and callously plundering his belongings. They spared only the books, mercilessly tearing through the rest.
Videos circulated on social media appeared to show Rapid Support Forces inside the museum, among its collections dating back to 2,500 BCE.
Museums are “caught in the crossfire” of the ongoing conflict, says a report by the International Council of Museums.
The triumphant image of Alaa Salah, an engineering and architecture student, has “embodied the spirit of the opposition” led by Sudanese women.
A brief London exhibition, Sudan / South Sudan Literature Week, impugns Western depictions of “war, violence, and unending political unrest” in the East African nations.
Artist Leon Reid IV has a way with images. When he’s not remixing the urban environment, he’s playing with the context of art institutions that commission his work, which he always injects with a political or social message. His latest print series, Recent History, is a little of both.