Revital Madar is a writer, a scholar, and an activist within the triangle of Sephardi roots, feminism, and the Palestinian struggle. She is currently working on a doctoral dissertation about the relation between sovereignty and denied violence in Israel, in the department of cultural studies at the Hebrew University. She lives in Paris.
The exhibition "The Color Line: African-American Artists and Segregation" has gone a long way to illustrate the struggle for the civil rights of blacks in the USA, but at the same time, it traps the art on display in a conceptual prison. Revital Madar writes about the recent exhibition at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris.