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de que falamos quando falamos de racismo #4 – januário jano

Toda a discriminação constrói-se através de uma ideia de diferença, o que conduz à questão: diferente de quem? Esta ideia é imposta pelo seu referente, o normativo — no caso português, o sujeito branco. read more…

O gnration apresenta a quarta edição de “De que falamos quando falamos de racismo”, ciclo de conversas e cinema que debate a temática do racismo e da discriminação racial. Watch the full talk here

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Januário Jano protagoniza primeira masterclass do ano da Braga Media Arts

O artista angolano Januário Jano é o protagonista da primeira masterclass online do ano promovida pelo Circuito – Serviço Educativo da Braga Media Arts, que acontece no sábado, dia 9 de janeiro (9h30), a partir da plataforma zoom. read more…

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BMA lab: Januário Jano – The Sacred Bag (Online Masterclass)

In this online masterclass, participants will have the opportunity to follow Januário Jano’s creative process. The artist will share several elements of his work and explore the cultural dimension of his artistic practice. read more…

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Loeries Presents more than 50 keynote speakers and industry leaders from across AME and the world (over 30 countries represented) take to the Loeries stage. read more…

Loeries Presents keynotes start from 1 PM SAST with Dr Rebecca Swift (global head of creative insights at Getty), Angolan visual artist Januario Jano, Jury President Till Hohmann (Film Crafts) and successful YouTube prankster and social activist Niko Omilana. read more

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Hats On – Interview with Januario Jano

A few days before the exhibition, I arrived at the gallery a few minutes before the interview to get the “vibe” of how it would play out. Little did I know that I would be basked in a conversion filled with more laughter than predicted. read more…

by Ivolpichella | Mooi

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Contemporary artist Januario Jano.

We are tactile and sensual creatures. Adrenaline is released on interaction with others as well as informing our understanding. read more…

by Anjali Singh | The Asian Curator.

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Tomorrow’s YBAs? White Cube launches a series of online exhibitions by London art graduates

Gallery owner Jay Jopling says it is vital to support the next generation during such precarious times. read more…

by Anny Shaw | The Art Newspaper

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London’s best fine art graduates take part in online White Cube gallery exhibition

Works by 20 of London’s most talented fine art graduates are being displayed in a new online exhibition.

The White Cube today launched the month-long show, called Tomorrow: London, featuring graduates of Fine Art Masters courses from Central Saint Martins, Goldsmiths, Royal College of Art, Royal Academy Schools and Slade School of Art. read more…

By Lizzie Edmonds | Evening Standard

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Begin Again is the virtual art exhibition tackling racial inequality

Guts Gallery’s online exhibition features 48 emerging artists with proceeds going to the Free Black University. read more…

Text Gunseli Yalcinkaya | Dazed

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Public notice: an exhibition

Public notice: an exhibition is a free, exciting and unconventional art project that places the work of emerging artists in the windows of independent businesses and organisations across East London, the exhibition also will be presented at the Gallery 46 in Whitechapel read more…

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Body, Place and Memory.

Research is the central feature of my artistic practice. I am interested in exploring ideas around the body, place, and memory, reflecting on the globalised cultural space.  I am seduced by the parallels in fiction and reality. read more…

by Oliver Enwonwu and Oyindamola Olaniyan | Omenka

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Home and Abroad: Multi-disciplinary Angolan artist Januário Jano moves between three continents to create work focusing on personal and creative histories

ART AFRICA spoke to Januário Jano, who was represented by Angolan gallery This Is Not A White Cube at ARCOlisboa this year, about his practice, upcoming exhibitions, and how his work that sees his travelling across cultures, better allows him to reflect on his past and present. read more…

by Zahra Abba Omar | Artafrica magazine

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Januario Jano, tejiendo memorias cruzadas

Se lo relaciona a menudo con la moda, el diseño y los eventos VIP, pero Januario Jano (Angola, 1979) está lejos de ser ese tipo común de artistas superficiales. read more…

by Angela Rodriguez Rerea | Afribuku

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PRŌTOCOLLUM 2017/18: Global Perspectives on Visual Vocabulary

The 4th edition of PRŌTOCOLLUM, the issue for 2017/18, features contributions by 39 visual artists and art collectives from 34 countries.

The 2017/18 edition of PRŌTOCOLLUM brings together emerging talents and established artists from across Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia, lending prominence to art scenes and developments otherwise under-represented in the Western art circuit. A must-have for collectors and professionals interested in a cross-section of contemporary visual art on a truly global scale…

Get a copy here | sneak-peek here | see the index here

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ATLANTICA: Contemporary Art From Angola And Its Diaspora

The book Atlantica: Contemporary Art from Angola and its Diaspora marks the start of publisher Hangar Books, specialising in publications within the context of contemporary arts, with particular incidence on southern epistemology.


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Ambundulando, tecendo biografias sobre o mapa da memória.

Uma análise e entrevista sobre a exposição de Januário Jano, com curadoria de Paula Nascimento e Suzana Souza no Centro Cultural Português – Instituto Camões, Luanda 26.07 – 19.08.2017. read more…

by Maria-Gracia Latedjou | Buala

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Art review: London Grads Now, Saatchi Gallery, London SW3

A lucky few graduates seize the moment — with work that questions nature and identity. read more…
by Waldemar Januszczak | The Sunday Times

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This Year’s Fine Art Grads Use Self-Reflection to Confront Difficult Truths

The White Cube’s online graduate showcase demonstrates that the students of 2020 are concerned with the individual as a means of understanding global issues. In connecting the personal with the political, they create urgent calls to action that go far beyond creative introspection. read more…

| Elephant

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Saatchi Gallery Extends ‘London Grads Now’ Exhibition to 11 October

London, UK, 18 September 2020 – Following the successful re-opening of its main galleries, Saatchi Gallery is pleased to announce the extension of its exhibition ‘London Grads Now.’ read more…

by FAB UK Magazine

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African Art Is Here to Stay’: Collectors Were in a Buying Mood at the London Edition of the 1-54 Fair

The fair that helps launch artists’ international careers gives collectors ahead of the African art curve reasons to feel smug. read more…

| Artnet