The quarterly magazine began 30 years ago. The quarterly magazine mainly introduces art, literature and creation, and has contributed to the redefinition of the African continent.
Connect with Annabelle Ténèze, director of the slaughterhouse in Toulouse Noire (Revue Noire), The museum pays tribute to it From June 2 to August 29And hear the exclamation mark: “There are as many information tools as art! A wrestling magazine with things we haven’t seen, or things we don’t want to see! It’s incredible!”
From 1991 to 1999, the aura of the quarter disappeared for nearly 20 years, and it revealed African talents such as Pascal Marthine Tayou or Joël Andrianomearisoa. “ For the French-speaking world, this is a myth and an object of pride”, Confirm editor Anna-Alix Koffi. “You can’t imagine this represents a revolution”, Curator Marie-Ann Yemsi added.
Christine Eyéné, she remembers holding this publication under the auspices of a professor at the University of Paris-I to convince them of the importance of their research. “This is a puzzling argument that makes people understand that Africa is contemporary and should not be reduced to a dusty museum.”, Please curator.
The artist and activist Pascale Obolo talked about ” d’or». When the project was born, in the early 1990s, in fact, none of the major international art conferences had Africa. Throughout the African continent, the public usually only publish tragic images in the press.
Initiated by Jean-Loup Pivin, Simon Njami, Pascal Martin Saint Léon and Bruno Tilliette, Black comment Want to change the way we look at the African continent, away from ethnographic methods, away from “Authentic and Wild Africa”.By keeping “We want to harm the African continent and its consequences, and make the once colonized Europe feel inward.”, In a thick anthology of nearly 400 pages published in 2020, will be written by Jean-Loup Pivin and Pascal Martin Saint Léon to tell the story of the magazine.