Last week Dansmuséet in Stockholm opened up for their new exhibition “Noir & Blanc”, showing the legendary time of the 1920s in Paris. After the Great War, artists from across the globe found their way to the city where anything was possible, both in art and in life. Jazz took hold of France, and there was an explosion of interest in art from Africa. Everything “African” became fashionable, even if it had little actual connection to Africa itself.
At the exhibition, you can learn about many of the most popular figures, and at the same time, see how racism grew around the cult described by conservatives and nationalists as “Le virus noir”. Big Image have delivered i.a. Light Boxes, textile prints and wallpaper. Read more: http://www.dansmuseet.se/en/exhibitions/current-exihibition/