Special Issue of Nka Contemporary African Art journal, [spring 2015 issue, no. 36, June 2015], relating to 2014 College Art Association Annual Conference, Chicago, panel Visualizing the Riot organized by Eddie Chambers and University of Texas at Austin Art History graduate student, Rose Salseda.
Texts as follows: Eddie Chambers, “Through the Wire: Press Photographs of Black-British People and the Riot.”; Caitlin Beach, doctoral candidate, Columbia University, Department of Art History and Archaeology, “Reclaiming Corporeality: Meta Warrick Fuller, Mary Turner, and the Memory of Mob Violence”; Anne Monahan, Independent Scholar, “Faith Ringgold’s Die: The Riot and its Reception”; Nicholas Miller, doctoral candidate, Northwestern University, “Vulnerable to Violence: Jeff Donaldson’s Ala Shango and the Erasure of Diasporic Difference”; Julie L. McGee, Curator of African American Art, University Museums, University of Delaware, and Associate Professor, Black American Studies. “Aesthetics of the Abstract and Explosive”; Eddie Chambers, “The Photographs of Mia Gröndahl”; Dina Ramadan, Assistant Professor of Arabic, Bard College, “From Artist to Martyr: On Commemorating Ahmed Basiony”
Cover image relates to “From Artist to Martyr: On Commemorating Ahmed Basiony”