Tania Safura ADAM

Tania Safura Adam (Maputo, Mozambique, 1979) is a curator and researcher. She is the founder of and editor at Radio Africa, a cultural platform for critical thinking and dissemination of Black arts and cultures. Her work explores Black diasporas, migrations and African music. She has curated the exhibitions “Microhistories of the Diaspora: ‘Embodied’ Experiences of Female Dispersion” (La Virreina 2018-2019) and “Blue Black Futures” (MACBA, 2022). She spearheaded the activities program for “Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design” (CCCB, 2016).

Her poetry has appeared in the anthologies Africa(na)s: Historias para el siglo XXI (2709 books, 2023) and in Concreta 22: «Maternidad: Un sufrimiento exquisite» (Concreta, 2023). She is currently leading the research project España Negra. Viaje hacia la negritud en el espacio-tiempo (Museo Reina SofĂ­a, MACBA, Artium, CCCB, IVAM), the Iberian Black Studies Research Group at the Museo Reina Sofia, and the program “Radio Africa” on BetevĂ©.

She recently published Voces negras: una historia oral de las mĂșsicas populares africanas (Malpaso, 2024).

Voces negras: una historia oral de las mĂșsicas populares africanas

Black Voices: An Oral History of African Popular Musics | Malpaso, 2024