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.