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Studentin von Imran Qureshi mit Hadia Zahra

Reviving Miniature Painting

A basic understanding of drawing and the ability to work sitting on…
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Tarot cards The Fool and The Magician

Six Questions with Ei Arakawa and Sarah Chow

Unlike the other courses being taught at the International Summer Academy of…
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Screen shot youtube, Return of an Adventurer, 1966

On Reappropriation

When I slipped into Eli Cortiñas’ class on Tuesday afternoon, most of…
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Olamiju Fajemisin
Olamiju Fajemisin
Olamiju Fajemisin (b.1998, London) is a writer and editor who has been living and working in Berlin since 2017. Her work concerns itself with ideas that lie at the convergence of art, intersectionality and decolonisation. In autumn 2018, she joined PROVENCE, a Zürich-based contemporary art magazine as an editor. She will move back to London in September 2019 to study at The Courtauld Institute of Art.

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