Estelle Brousse studies contemporary female engaged art practices in post-colonial contexts. Holder of a Master's Degree in Art History Research - Art and Globalization at the University of Lyon II. In the spring of 2018, she travelled to South Africa... [ read more ]
In South Africa, Mary Sibande, Donna Kukama and Nondumiso Msimanga are appropriating monuments erected in the public space to overthrow political symbols imposed by white power for more than a century. In addition to questioning history, the three artists denounce the scourge of sexual violence that is developing with impunity in their country.