Arthur Jafa


In New York, Arthur Jafa sets record straight on Scorsese's Taxi Driver

In two shows in New York, at 52 Walker and Gladstone, Jafa gets to the dark side of Black life

Arthur Jafa creating permanent work for Glenstone

The US artist best known for his powerful moving image works has “something very special” in store for the Maryland museum, its co-founder revealed on a recent podcast

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Arthur Jafa on his long-term installation at the Glenstone Museum

The career-spanning installation includes sculptures, photographs and the monumental video that followed the artist’s seminal video montage Love is the Message, the Message is Death

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Extract | Why I made Love is the Message—Arthur Jafa describes the inspiration for his seminal film

In a recently published Cahiers d’Art monograph, the US artist speaks about responding to “a tsunami of footage of Black people getting killed”

Arthur Jafa’s searing chronicle of Black America to be screened by museums worldwide for 48 hours

Fourteen institutions including Tate will livestream Love is the Message, The Message is Death

Sydney Biennale puts climate emergency and Indigenous struggle front and centre

Show’s 22nd edition aims to be as much a conversation as an exhibition, with hundreds of public events including bushwalks with aboriginal elders and campfire talks

Lithuania gets the coveted Golden Lion for best national pavilion in Venice

Arthur Jafa’s work The White Album is also recognised by the Biennale jury

Arthur Jafa’s searing chronicle of Black America comes to Tate Liverpool

The artist's radical video sparked debate about race relations in the US