It’s Yours!

It's Yours!

Four autonomous spaces - curated by women artists and activists - opened up new perspectives on the exhibition's theme.

Peju Layiwola

The Nigerian artist Peju Layiwola deals with the looted cultural objects from the Kingdom of Benin (Nigeria), many of which are also in the collection of the RJM. For this purpose, she has invited several Nigerian artists, some of whom have been working for decades in Nigeria and the Diaspora, to deal with the looting of Benin bronzes in 1897.

Esther Utjiua Muinjangue and Ida Hoffmann

Namibian activists Esther Utjiua Muinjangue and Ida Hoffmann talk about the genocide of the Herero and Nama people in Namibia.

Tímea Junghaus

Hungarian curator Tímea Junghaus has invited Sinti*zze and Rom*nja artists to address their struggle for self-determination.

In-Haus e.V.

The post-migrant Cologne association In-Haus e.V. denounces colonial continuities.