From Picture to Text: Negotiation between Art and Literature

By Ekiko Inyang


 

NO TWO fields of thoughts within the realm of comparative artistic discourse have so much dissected and reinvented itself, illuminated and captured the representational framework of each other, than the territories of the fine art and …

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Issue 14: Contributors

Allen Qing Yuan, born in Canada and aged 18, attends the 1Z0-456 University of British Columbia and lives in Vancouver, where he co-publishes Poetry Pacific with his mentor poet father Changming Yuan. Recently interviewed by Nostrovia!Poetry, Yuan has poetry …

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The Art Issue: Publishers’ Note

WE THINK that to deal with art we ought to present it, not talk about it. For four months we opened our window to artists producing the finest work in Nigeria, Africa and elsewhere, and the 100-101 ICND1 result is …

The Art Issue

WE THINK that to deal with art we ought to present it, not talk about it. For four months we opened our window to artists producing the finest work in Nigeria, Africa and elsewhere, and the result is what you

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Press Release: JUNE 12, 1993: THE ANNULMENT

Kachifo Limited, publishers of Farafina Books, is proud to announce the 1Z0-519 forthcoming release of JUNE 12, 1993: THE ANNULMENT the second instalment in the historical graphic novel series by Abraham Oshoko. The book tells the important and intriguing story …

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Press Release : Sage Half man, Half Amazing!

nchained Voices present “Sage – Half man, Half Amazing!”. Come and experience Sage Hasson like never before in the finest poetry performance you’ve ever seen. Also featuring: how to get viagra – Obii Vous trouverez un eventail de casinos en …

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