Revue Noire est un trimestriel bilingue d'art contemporain consacré aux expressions artistiques africaines, publié à Paris de 1991 à 2000. C'est aussi une maison d'édition, qui a poursuivi son activité après la fin du magazine.

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  • Revue Noire est un trimestriel bilingue d'art contemporain consacré aux expressions artistiques africaines, publié à Paris de 1991 à 2000. C'est aussi une maison d'édition, qui a poursuivi son activité après la fin du magazine.
  • Revue Noire è una rivista di cultura contemporanea specializzata sull'Africa, una casa editrice e di produzione musicale e culturale. "Revue Noire" è considerata una fonte primaria sulla produzione artistica africana e ha avuto un ruolo fondamentale nello studio, nella promozione e nella diffusione delle arti contemporanee dell'Africa e della sua diaspora.
  • Revue Noire was a quarterly printed magazine dedicated to African contemporary art, published from 1991 to 2001 by Editions Revue Noire.Revue Noire was founded in 1991 by Jean Loup Pivin, Pascal Martin Saint Lóon, Bruno Tilliette, and Simon Njami. Their goal was to give high-quality printed attention to contemporary African art. It covered varying subjects from sculpture, painting, photography, dance, theatre, music and literature. There were issues on African cities, AIDS, and even gastronomy. Design played a key role in forwarding its objectives and Revue Noire has been described as "glossy, fashion savvy and distinctly Parisian". Images were combined with largely informative texts that highlighted artistic responses to the international media and the touristic gaze as well as the production of discourses of cultural identity on the continent, the framing the African body, urban sites and rapidly changing dynamics between African aesthetic values and Western influences. From the beginning Revue Noire was aimed at the widest possible audience of those with an interest in art, Africa, or intercultural subject matter. Distributed internationally, it was bilingual (English/French), sometimes adding texts in Portuguese. This language policy and its focus on specific regions - from Abidjan to London, Kinshasa to Paris, Accra, Teshie or Johannesburg to New-York or Tokyo - not only facilitated access to information on African artistic production but also forged new links between artist based on the continent and those working in the diaspora. After 34 issues, Editions Revue Noire interrupted the printing of the journal in 2001 and refocused its attention on publishing books, curating exhibitions and posting occasional online content.
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  • Revue Noire est un trimestriel bilingue d'art contemporain consacré aux expressions artistiques africaines, publié à Paris de 1991 à 2000. C'est aussi une maison d'édition, qui a poursuivi son activité après la fin du magazine.
  • Revue Noire è una rivista di cultura contemporanea specializzata sull'Africa, una casa editrice e di produzione musicale e culturale. "Revue Noire" è considerata una fonte primaria sulla produzione artistica africana e ha avuto un ruolo fondamentale nello studio, nella promozione e nella diffusione delle arti contemporanee dell'Africa e della sua diaspora.
  • Revue Noire was a quarterly printed magazine dedicated to African contemporary art, published from 1991 to 2001 by Editions Revue Noire.Revue Noire was founded in 1991 by Jean Loup Pivin, Pascal Martin Saint Lóon, Bruno Tilliette, and Simon Njami. Their goal was to give high-quality printed attention to contemporary African art. It covered varying subjects from sculpture, painting, photography, dance, theatre, music and literature. There were issues on African cities, AIDS, and even gastronomy.
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