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In the Black Fantastic author Ekow Eshun
on his wildest dreams for
the future of Black art

Read the interview
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In the Black Fantastic author Ekow Eshun
on his wildest dreams for
the future of Black art

Read the interview

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As the Hayward Gallery launches 'In the Black Fantastic', we catch up with the exhibition's curator Ekow Eshun about his accompanying book, plus cosmic paintings, stunning collages, and his wildest dreams for the future of Black art.
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