News

  • BOOK RELEASE Afropean: Notes from Black Europe (Allen Lane/Penguin) 06.06.19 pre-order here

  • Johny to speak at York Festival of Ideas 10.06.19

  • Johny will be in conversation with Professor Simon Glendinning at LSE, London 05.06.19. info here

  • Johny will be Obieg’s artist in residence, Warsaw, 13.05.19 - 30.05.19

  • Johny to speak at Sussex University, 26.04.19

  • Johny to speak at the A Soul for Europe 2019 conference, Berlin 13.04.19. More info here

  • Johny to speak at the Afropean Bridges conference, Venice 22.03.19

  • Afropean included in The Guardian Newspaper’s literary guide to 2019 (June section)

  • Johny to speak at the University of Zurich 15.11.18

  • Pre-order Johny's English language debut Afropean: Documenting Black Europe (6.6.19) via Penguin UK here!

  • The Full line-up of Looking B(l)ack confirmed! Including Zap Mama, Caryl Phillips, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Inua Ellams, Bernadine Evaristo and more... here for info

  • Johny will curate Looking B(l)ack, a symposium dedicated to the notion of Black Travel, to be held at BOZAR Belgium, 20.10.18. More Info here

     

  • Daffodils: A Meeting with Caryl Phillips - an essay Johny contributed to issue 48 (no. 3-4) of Ariel: A Review of English Literature is available here

     

  • Johny will be artist in residence at Montévidéo, Marseille from 14.11.17 - 26.11.17

  • Johny confirmed as a keynote speaker alongside Professor Paul Gilroy, Professor Elisa Joy White, Dr Henry Mainsah, and LL.M. Domenica Ghidei Biidu as part of the 2017 AfroEuropeans conference at the University of Tampere, Finland. More info here

  • A collection of photographs that originally appeared as a feature on the New York Times Lens Blog 'Brexit Psychic Landscape' to be included in the German Edition of the Reporters Without Borders 2017 year book. More info here

  • Le Manifeste de la Jeunesse - Johny's debut French nonfiction release to be published by Editions Les Arénès. Available to preorder now from Amazon.fr. Released on the 5th of April 2017

  • Afropolitan Festival - Johny to open a selection of Afropean photographs on display at the centre for fine arts in Brussels, with a Q & A on the Sunday evening. The event runs 3rd - 5th of February 2017. For more details visit here.