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The fifth anniversary edition of 1-54 London welcomed 17,000 visitors, bringing together 42 leading galleries from 17 countries, 11 of which exhibited at the London fair for the first time, and more than 130 African and African diaspora artists.

A programme of talks with leading art and culture practitioners curated by Koyo Kouoh accompanied the fair, along with a selection of Special Projects and performances.

The fifth anniversary edition of 1-54 London welcomed 17,000 visitors, bringing together 42 leading galleries from 17 countries, 11 of which exhibited at the London fair for the first time, and more than 130 African and African diaspora artists.

A programme of talks with leading art and culture practitioners curated by Koyo Kouoh accompanied the fair, along with a selection of Special Projects and performances.

Editorial Note: While the varied cultures of the Christian world each have their beautiful and distinctive ways of worshiping, there is something uniquely enriching about African-American Christian worship. We believe it embodies under lying patterns of thought and experience that do much to commend it to Christians everywhere.

A nybody who has observed or participated in an African- American Christian worship service will admit that there is an undeniable difference between the way American Blacks worship and the worship of other racial and ethnic groups. Rooted in their unique social history in America, the difference is more one of function and experience than proof that one style is superior to another.

In this reflection I shall explore contemporary African-American Christian worship, beginning with an examination of the religious heritage African slaves brought with them to the New World. Next, I shall investigate the theology of African-American worship, following with a focus on its characteristics and elements.I will end with a brief outline of some of the challenges facing Black worship.

The fifth anniversary edition of 1-54 London welcomed 17,000 visitors, bringing together 42 leading galleries from 17 countries, 11 of which exhibited at the London fair for the first time, and more than 130 African and African diaspora artists.

A programme of talks with leading art and culture practitioners curated by Koyo Kouoh accompanied the fair, along with a selection of Special Projects and performances.

Editorial Note: While the varied cultures of the Christian world each have their beautiful and distinctive ways of worshiping, there is something uniquely enriching about African-American Christian worship. We believe it embodies under lying patterns of thought and experience that do much to commend it to Christians everywhere.

A nybody who has observed or participated in an African- American Christian worship service will admit that there is an undeniable difference between the way American Blacks worship and the worship of other racial and ethnic groups. Rooted in their unique social history in America, the difference is more one of function and experience than proof that one style is superior to another.

In this reflection I shall explore contemporary African-American Christian worship, beginning with an examination of the religious heritage African slaves brought with them to the New World. Next, I shall investigate the theology of African-American worship, following with a focus on its characteristics and elements.I will end with a brief outline of some of the challenges facing Black worship.

Contemporary African art is commonly understood as art made by artists in Africa and the African diaspora in the post-independence era. However, there are about as ...

The fifth anniversary edition of 1-54 London welcomed 17,000 ... and more than 130 African and African diaspora ... 1-54 returns to Somerset House, 4 – 7 October ...

Oral storytelling has always been a pillar of African culture. Stories were told by the elders in village squares for everyone to hear and learn. The contemporary ...


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