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Aspex Gallery

Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Official website: Aspex Gallery

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 1999

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 1998

click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Comfort of Little Places - Fabrica exhibition guide

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Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1998

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»  Faisal Abdu’Allah

Born, 1969 in London, UK

»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

Ikon Gallery

Birmingham, United Kingdom
Official website: Ikon Gallery

Ikon Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting contemportary art and is the largest gallery in Birmingham, England’s second city. Before moving to its present location (the decommissioned Oozells Street School) the gallery was located at 58-72 John Bright Street, in Birmingham city centre.

It was the venue for At Home with Vanley Burke, by far one of the most intriguing exhibitions to take place in recent years. It featured the bulk, if not the entirety, of the contents of Vanley Burke’s Birmingham flat being relocated and reinstalled in the Ikon Gallery. The exhibition’s dates were 22 July - 27 Sepember 2015.

From the catalogue Foreword, by Jonathan Watkins, Director:

“Burke’s archive is partly in storage at the Library of Birmingham, but most of it is to be found in his flat near Birmingham’s city centre, in filing cabinets or boxes or on display. It is an extraordinary interior, a cabinet of wonderful curiosities. This is an exhibition, more or less, of its entire contents – the archive with artworks and souvenirs, as well as decor and furniture, wardrobe, kitchenware et cetera – so that the artist is revealed as a subject of his own enquiry.”

The exhibition came with a fascinating catalogue, extensively illustrated and with texts by Pete James, Curator of Photographs at the Library of Birmingham, and artist/curator Marlene Smith.

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click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - catalogue

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1996

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Brochure relating to an exhibition, 1996

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 1996

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Press release relating to an exhibition, 1996

click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Mead Gallery exhibition guide

»  Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Mead Gallery exhibition guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1996

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»  Cold Comfort Part I

Solo show at Ikon Gallery. 1996

»  Searchlight

Group show at Ikon Gallery. 1989

»  Truth, Dare, Double-Dare...

Collaboration at Ikon Gallery. 1994

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»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  John Wood

Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre

Coventry, United Kingdom
Official website: Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre

One of the UK venues for Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance, (1 November - 6 December 1998).

The exhibition was organised by the Hayward Gallery, London, in collaboration with The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., and the Institute of International Visual Arts, London. The exhibition was devised and selected by Richard J. Powell and David A. Bailey.

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click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - catalogue

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1996

click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Eddie Chambers’ review

»  Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Eddie Chambers’ review

Review relating to an exhibition, 1996

click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Mead Gallery/Warwick arts Centre brochure

»  Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Mead Gallery/Warwick arts Centre brochure

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1996

click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort Ikon Gallery gallery guide

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Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1996

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»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

»  Edna Manley

Born, 1900 in Yorkshire, England. Died, 1987

»  Steve McQueen OBE, CBE

Born, 1969 in London, UK

»  Ronald Moody

Born, 1900 in Kingston, Jamaica. Died, 1984

»  James Lesesne Wells

Born, 1902. Died, 1993

The Bluecoat Gallery

Liverpool, United Kingdom
Official website: The Bluecoat Gallery

Liverpool venue, part of the Trophies of Empire project.

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click to show details of Permindar Kaur

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Postcard relating to an exhibition, 1996

click to show details of Permindar Kaur

»  Permindar Kaur

Postcard relating to an exhibition, 1996

click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Bluecoat Gallery brochure

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Brochure relating to an exhibition, 1996

click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Bluecoat Gallery invitation

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 1996

click to show details of Permindar Kaur | Cold Comfort - Eddie Chambers’ review

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Review relating to an exhibition, 1996

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»  Cold Comfort

Solo show at The Bluecoat Gallery. 1996

»  Intimate Distance

Group show at The Bluecoat Gallery. 1991

»  Trophies of Empire

Group show at The Bluecoat Gallery. 1992

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»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

»  Juginder Lamba

Born, 1948 in Nairobi, Kenya

»  Shaheen Merali

Born, 1959 in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

»  Veena Stephenson

Born, 1962

»  Maud Sulter

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland. Died, 2008

South London Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: South London Gallery

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click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Nine Night in Eldorado - press release

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Press release relating to an exhibition, 1997

click to show details of Nine Night in Eldorado/Paint it black

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1997

click to show details of South London Gallery Exhibition Programme September 97

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Brochure relating to an exhibition, 1997

Exhibitions at this venue

People who have appeared at this venue

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Hayward Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Hayward Gallery

One of the UK venues for Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance, (19 June - 17 August 1998).

The exhibition was organised by the Hayward Gallery, London, in collaboration with The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., and the Institute of International Visual Arts, London. The exhibition was devised and selected by Richard J. Powell and David A. Bailey.

Hayward Gallery was also the originating venue for The Other Story.

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click to show details of Black Art: The Labour Party’s Line

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of The Other Story - guide

»  The Other Story - guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of The Other Story - Wolverhampton invitation

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 1990

click to show details of Sonia Boyce, Missionary Position I press photograph

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Photograph relating to an individual, 1985

click to show details of Third Text: The Other Story

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Journal relating to an exhibition, 1989

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»  Ronald Moody

Born, 1900 in Kingston, Jamaica. Died, 1984

»  Ahmed Parvez

Born, 1926 in Rawalpindi, (now Pakistan, then India). Died, 1979

»  Ivan Peries

Born, 1921 in Deriwala, Sri Lanka. Died, 1988

»  Kumiko Shimizu

Born, 1948 in Osaka, Japan

»  Aubrey Williams

Born, 1926 in Georgetown, Guyana. Died, 1990

Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Official website: Wolverhampton Art Gallery

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click to show details of Black Art: The Labour Party’s Line

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of The Other Story - guide

»  The Other Story - guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of The Other Story - Wolverhampton invitation

»  The Other Story - Wolverhampton invitation

Invite relating to an exhibition, 1990

click to show details of Sonia Boyce, Missionary Position I press photograph

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Photograph relating to an individual, 1985

click to show details of Third Text: The Other Story

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Journal relating to an exhibition, 1989

Exhibitions at this venue

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»  Ronald Moody

Born, 1900 in Kingston, Jamaica. Died, 1984

»  Ahmed Parvez

Born, 1926 in Rawalpindi, (now Pakistan, then India). Died, 1979

»  Ivan Peries

Born, 1921 in Deriwala, Sri Lanka. Died, 1988

»  Kumiko Shimizu

Born, 1948 in Osaka, Japan

»  Aubrey Williams

Born, 1926 in Georgetown, Guyana. Died, 1990

The Black-Art Gallery

London, United Kingdom

The Black-Art Gallery in North London was established by Shakka Gyata Dedi and a close group of associates. Together, they founded the project responsible for establishing and running the gallery - OBAALA - the Organisation for Black Arts Advancement and Leisure Activities. Subsequently, the world ‘Learning’ replaced the word ‘Leisure’. Under Dedi’s directorship, a significant number of Black artists had their first London solo exhibitions, which came with catalogues, posters, opening view cards, press releases and so on. In that regard, the gallery did much to present the work of a wide range of artists of African background and origin in a professional environment. Early exhibitions included ones by Keith Piper, Eddie Chambers, Donald Rodney, Sonia Boyce, and others.

A passionate believer in the potential of ‘Black Art’ to be a driving, guiding and illuminating force in the lives and destiny of Black (African, or Afrikan) peoples, Shakka Dedi and his colleagues created one of the first British manifestos of Black Art, which appeared in the catalogues accompanying several early exhibitions at The Black-Art Gallery, beginning with Heart in Exile, the gallery’s opening exhibition in the autumn of 1983.

From this point onwards, for the next six years, The Black-Art Gallery was in a position to impact on the ongoing debate about the nature, relevance and validity of ‘Black Art’ in Britain. OBAALA’s view of Black art was to some extent a reworking of the Black art manifestos offered ten to fifteen years earlier by the African American poets and prophets. “We believe that Black art is born of a consciousness based upon experience of what it means to be an Afrikan descendant wherever in the world we are. ‘Black’ in our context means all those of Afrikan descent. ‘Art’; the creative expression of the Black person or group based on historical or contemporary experiences. Black-Art should provide an historical document of local and international Black experience. It should educate by perpetuating traditional art forms to suit new experiences and environments. It is essential that Black artists aim to make their art ‘popular’ - that is an expression that the whole community can recognise and understand”. (1)

The OBAALA manifesto continued “we also believe that artistic creativity should extend itself to functional and common usage artefacts (e.g. Household furniture and artefacts). Overall honesty should be the mark of Black-Art, Therefore it cannot afford to be elitist or pretentious. We believe that Black-Art can, should and will play a very important role in community education and positive development, and that it is by having their work recognised by the general community that Black artists draw their strength. OBAALA exists therefore, to stimulate and implement discussion and activity which will bring about the desired close relationship between consciousness, art and positive community development.” (2)

One of the ways in which OBAALA strove to maintain what it considered to be a clear position was in the naming of the gallery. Whilst some artists and activists were starting to shy away from the term ‘Black Art’, OBAALA mounted a spirited defence of the term by calling their gallery space “The Black-Art Gallery”. This was not meant to be just a “Black” gallery. It was meant to be a unique exhibition space, dedicated to the promotion of “Black-Art”. Capital B, hyphen, capital A. The gallery refused to use or recognise any variation of this. The first exhibition organised and presented at The Black-Art Gallery was Heart in Exile which featured the work of 22 artists. Every one of them was of African-Caribbean origin. For almost a decade, the gallery maintained its “Afrikan-Caribbean” position and no other artists were exhibited there. Non-figurative or abstract painting was conspicuously absent from the gallery exhibition programme, because such work could be seen as being “elitist or pretentious”.

Following his departure from The Black-Art Gallery, Shakka Dedi ceased his involvement in the visual arts. However, in the development of Black artists’ practice in London in the 1980s, Shakka Dedi’s contributions remain substantial and of huge importance.

The Black-Art Gallery received its core funding in large part from Islington Borough Council. Following a period under the directorship of Marlene Smith, who steered the space in a different direction to the course charted by her predecessor, the gallery ceased operating towards the mid 1990s.

Islington Local History Centre, Finsbury Library has no information relating to The Black-Art Gallery in any of its catalogues and indexes.

(1) A Statement on Black Art and the Gallery. OBAALA Committee. Contained in Heart in Exile catalogue. p.4

(2) A Statement on Black Art and the Gallery. OBAALA Committee. Contained in Heart in Exile catalogue. p.4

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click to show details of Donald Rodney/The Atrocity Exhibition

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1986

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

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»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - exhibition guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 2008

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»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Liberator armed with paint brush

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1986

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»  African Gardens

Solo show at The Black-Art Gallery. 1993

»  Heart in Exile

Group show at The Black-Art Gallery. 1983

»  Sphinx

Solo show at The Black-Art Gallery, Pavilion. 1987

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»  Eddie Chambers

Born, 1960 in Wolverhampton, England

»  Lubaina Himid MBE

Born, 1954 in Zanzibar, Tanzania

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  Marlene Smith

Born, 1964 in Birmingham, England

»  Maud Sulter

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland. Died, 2008

Manchester City Art Gallery

Manchester, United Kingdom
Official website: Manchester City Art Gallery

From the website: “Manchester Art Gallery is part of Manchester City Galleries, a department of Manchester City Council. We operate four venues in and around the city: Manchester Art Gallery; The Gallery of Costume; Heaton Hall; Wythenshawe Hall. We care for the city’s internationally renowned and designated collections of fine art, decorative art and costume. We also run an ambitious programme of temporary exhibitions and displays, public events and education programmes. Our main venue Manchester Art Gallery re-opened in 2002 after a four year £35m redevelopment. Since then it has won several national awards and developed a reputation for high quality, family friendly services.”

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click to show details of Black Art: The Labour Party’s Line

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of The Other Story - guide

»  The Other Story - guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of The Other Story - Wolverhampton invitation

»  The Other Story - Wolverhampton invitation

Invite relating to an exhibition, 1990

click to show details of Sonia Boyce, Missionary Position I press photograph

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Photograph relating to an individual, 1985

click to show details of Third Text: The Other Story

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Journal relating to an exhibition, 1989

Exhibitions at this venue

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»  Ronald Moody

Born, 1900 in Kingston, Jamaica. Died, 1984

»  Ahmed Parvez

Born, 1926 in Rawalpindi, (now Pakistan, then India). Died, 1979

»  Ivan Peries

Born, 1921 in Deriwala, Sri Lanka. Died, 1988

»  Kumiko Shimizu

Born, 1948 in Osaka, Japan

»  Aubrey Williams

Born, 1926 in Georgetown, Guyana. Died, 1990

Cornerhouse

Manchester, United Kingdom
Official website: Cornerhouse

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of The Other Story - guide

»  The Other Story - guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of The Other Story - Wolverhampton invitation

»  The Other Story - Wolverhampton invitation

Invite relating to an exhibition, 1990

click to show details of Sonia Boyce, Missionary Position I press photograph

»  Sonia Boyce, Missionary Position I press photograph

Photograph relating to an individual, 1985

click to show details of Third Text: The Other Story

»  Third Text: The Other Story

Journal relating to an exhibition, 1989

Exhibitions at this venue

»  The Image Employed

Group show at Cornerhouse. 1987

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»  Ronald Moody

Born, 1900 in Kingston, Jamaica. Died, 1984

»  Ahmed Parvez

Born, 1926 in Rawalpindi, (now Pakistan, then India). Died, 1979

»  Ivan Peries

Born, 1921 in Deriwala, Sri Lanka. Died, 1988

»  Kumiko Shimizu

Born, 1948 in Osaka, Japan

»  Aubrey Williams

Born, 1926 in Georgetown, Guyana. Died, 1990

Camerawork

London, United Kingdom

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click to show details of Bodies of Evidence

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of Bodies of Evidence, press release

»  Bodies of Evidence, press release

Press release relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of Cataract

»  Cataract

Press release relating to an exhibition, 1991

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

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»  Cataract

Solo show at Camerawork. 1991

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»  Chris Boot

Born, 1960 in Telford

»  Rotimi Fani-Kayode

Born, 1955 in Nigeria. Died, 1989

Untitled Gallery

Sheffield, United Kingdom

Formally known as ‘Untitled Gallery’ - the gallery is now called ‘Site Gallery’

Stills

Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Official website: Stills

One of a number of Edinburgh venues for the British Art Show 5

Rochdale Art Gallery

Rochdale, United Kingdom
Official website: Rochdale Art Gallery

Rochdale Art Gallery has been the venue for a significant number of Black artists’ exhibitions; in particular during the 1990s. Artists exhibiting there have included Lubaina Himid, Claudette Johnson, Tam Joseph, Keith Piper, and Donald Rodney.

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click to show details of Critical

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Invite relating to an exhibition, 1990

click to show details of Donald Rodney | Critical

»  Donald Rodney | Critical

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1990

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Visual Arts Reviews/Donald Rodney

»  Visual Arts Reviews/Donald Rodney

Review relating to an exhibition, 1989

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»  Critical

Solo show at Rochdale Art Gallery. 1990

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  Maud Sulter

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland. Died, 2008

Chisenhale Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Chisenhale Gallery

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click to show details of Acons/Rodney

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Review relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of Donald Rodney | Crisis

»  Donald Rodney | Crisis

Press release relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Visual Arts Reviews/Donald Rodney

»  Visual Arts Reviews/Donald Rodney

Review relating to an exhibition, 1989

Exhibitions at this venue

People who have appeared at this venue

»  Faisal Abdu’Allah

Born, 1969 in London, UK

»  Lubaina Himid MBE

Born, 1954 in Zanzibar, Tanzania

»  Hew Locke

Born, 1959 in Edinburgh

»  Grace Ndiritu

Born, 1976

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Saltley Print and Media (S.P.A.M.)

Birmingham, United Kingdom
Official website: Saltley Print and Media (S.P.A.M.)

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Poster relating to an exhibition, 1985

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»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Bedford Hill Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Bedford Hill Gallery

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1989

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»  Keith Piper

Born, 1960 in Malta

Tom Allen Centre

London, United Kingdom

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Article relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of On Black Art - Emmanuel Cooper

»  On Black Art - Emmanuel Cooper

Article relating to an exhibition, 1989

Exhibitions at this venue

»  The Fire in the Garden

Solo show at Tom Allen Centre - 1989

People who have appeared at this venue

»  Shaheen Merali

Born, 1959 in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

Graves Art Gallery

Sheffield, United Kingdom

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Review relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of Crisis

»  Crisis

Press release relating to an exhibition, 1989

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

Invite relating to an exhibition, 2008

click to show details of On Black Art - Emmanuel Cooper

»  On Black Art - Emmanuel Cooper

Article relating to an exhibition, 1989

Exhibitions at this venue

»  Blk Art Group 1983-1984

Group show at Graves Art Gallery. 2011 - 2012

People who have appeared at this venue

»  Eddie Chambers

Born, 1960 in Wolverhampton, England

»  Keith Piper

Born, 1960 in Malta

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  Marlene Smith

Born, 1964 in Birmingham, England

City Art Centre

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Edinburgh venue

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click to show details of The British Art Show 5 catalogue

»  The British Art Show 5 catalogue

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2000

click to show details of British Art Show 5 guide

»  British Art Show 5 guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 2000

Exhibitions at this venue

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»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  Paul Seawright

Born, 1965 in Belfast

»  John Stezaker

Born, 1949 in Worcester

»  Richard Wright

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Arnolfini

Bristol, United Kingdom
Official website: Arnolfini

From the website: “In a fantastic waterside location at the heart of Bristol’s harbourside, Arnolfini is one of Europe’s leading centres for the contemporary arts. Art exhibitions, a cinema, live art and dance there is always something new to see. The converted warehouse contains one of the country’s best arts bookshops as well a café bar.”

One of the UK venues for Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance, (6 September - 19 October 1998).

The exhibition was organised by the Hayward Gallery, London, in collaboration with The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., and the Institute of International Visual Arts, London. The exhibition was devised and selected by Richard J. Powell and David A. Bailey.

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click to show details of The Black Moving Cube

»  The Black Moving Cube

Brochure relating to an exhibition, 2006

click to show details of The Black Moving Cube: Black Figuration and the Moving Image

»  The Black Moving Cube: Black Figuration and the Moving Image

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2006

click to show details of Four X 4

»  Four X 4

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1991

click to show details of Trophies of Empire

»  Trophies of Empire

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1992

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»  Tracey Moffatt

Solo show at Arnolfini. 1998

»  Trophies of Empire - Arnolfini

Group show at Arnolfini. 1992 - 1993

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»  Val/Valerie Brown

Born, 1966 in England

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Tony Phillips

Born, 1952 in Liverpool, UK

»  Sher Rajah

Born, 1954

»  Vincent Stokes

Born, 1964 in London, England

Collective Gallery

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Edinburgh venue

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click to show details of The British Art Show 5 catalogue

»  The British Art Show 5 catalogue

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2000

click to show details of British Art Show 5 guide

»  British Art Show 5 guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 2000

Exhibitions at this venue

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»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  Paul Seawright

Born, 1965 in Belfast

»  John Stezaker

Born, 1949 in Worcester

»  Richard Wright

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Dean Gallery

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Edinburgh venue

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click to show details of The British Art Show 5 catalogue

»  The British Art Show 5 catalogue

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2000

click to show details of British Art Show 5 guide

»  British Art Show 5 guide

Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 2000

Exhibitions at this venue

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»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  Paul Seawright

Born, 1965 in Belfast

»  John Stezaker

Born, 1949 in Worcester

»  Richard Wright

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Fruitmarket Gallery

Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Official website: Fruitmarket Gallery

British Art Show 5 Edinburgh venue

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»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  Paul Seawright

Born, 1965 in Belfast

»  John Stezaker

Born, 1949 in Worcester

»  Richard Wright

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Inverleith House - Royal Botanic Garden

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Edinburgh venue

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»  Tracey Emin

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»  Paul Seawright

Born, 1965 in Belfast

»  John Stezaker

Born, 1949 in Worcester

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Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Official website: Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

British Art Show 5 Edinburgh venue

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»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

»  Paul Seawright

Born, 1965 in Belfast

»  John Stezaker

Born, 1949 in Worcester

»  Richard Wright

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Talbot Rice Gallery

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Edinburgh venue

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Born, 1965 in Belfast

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Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton

Southampton, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Southampton venue

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Born, 1965 in Belfast

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Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Millais Gallery - Southampton Institute

Southampton, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Southampton venue

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Southampton City Art Gallery

Southampton, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Southampton venue

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»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

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»  Paul Seawright

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»  John Stezaker

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»  Richard Wright

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Centre for Visual Arts

Cardiff, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Cardiff venue

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»  Paul Seawright

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Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Chapter Arts Centre

Cardiff, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Cardiff venue

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Born, 1965 in Belfast

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Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Ffotogallery

Cardiff, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Cardiff venue

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»  Paul Seawright

Born, 1965 in Belfast

»  John Stezaker

Born, 1949 in Worcester

»  Richard Wright

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

National Museum & Gallery

Cardiff, United Kingdom

British Art Show 5 Cardiff venue

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Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Birmingham, United Kingdom
Official website: Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

British Art Show 5 Birmingham venue

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Solo show at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. 1997 - 1998

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»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

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Born, 1965 in Belfast

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Born, 1949 in Worcester

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Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland

Chelsea College of Art and Design Gallery

London, United Kingdom

Located at the Manresa Road site of Chelsea College of Art and Design. Venue for The Devil’s Feast exhibition, 1987

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»  Zarina Bhimji

Born, 1963 in Mbarara, Uganda

»  Chila Kumari Burman

Born, 1958 in Liverpool, England

»  Jennifer Comrie

Born, 1964 in Leeds, England

»  Allan deSouza

Born, 1958 in Nairobi, Kenya

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

The Storey Institute

Lancaster, United Kingdom

The Storey Institute, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, was the venue for Us an’ Dem [Us and Them]: an exhibition of work by Faisal Abdu’Allah, Denzil Forrester, and Tam Joseph, curated by Eddie Chambers, held at 18/3/94 - 15/4/94.

Extracts from the press release: “Us an’ Dem is an exhibition that attempts to take a critical look at relationships bettween the police, the judiciary and the Black community. The exhibition presents three artists’ responses to these issues. All three artists are of African-Caribbean origin, and all are resident in the London area. Faisal Abdu’Allah was born in London. Denzil Forrester was born in Grenada, and Tam Joseph was born in Dominica… Us an’ dem is not an optimistic exhibition, though it decisively demonstrates that the Black communitry continues to have genuine and deep-seated anxieties, frustrations and concerns about the state of its relationships with the collective forces of ‘law and order’.”

A boxed catalogue with 15 postcards was produced to accompany the exhibition.

The title of the exhibition was taken from a poem, Us an Dem, by Benjamin Zephaniah, who opened the exhibition.

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»  Faisal Abdu’Allah

Born, 1969 in London, UK

»  Denzil Forrester

Born, 1956 in Grenada

»  Tam Joseph

Born, 1947 in Dominica

»  Benjamin Zephaniah

Born, 1958 in Birmingham, UK

East London Gallery, University of East London

London, United Kingdom

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»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

»  Jagjit Chuhan

Born, 1955 in Punjab, India

»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

St. Pancras Church

London, United Kingdom

One of five venues in the Euston area of London, used for ‘The Visible and the Invisible: re-presenting the body in contemporary art and society’ 21/9/96 - 26/10/96

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»  Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

The Welcome Trust

London, United Kingdom

One of five venues in the Euston area of London, used for The Visible and the Invisible: re-presenting the body in contemporary art and society 21/9/96 - 26/10/96

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Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

University College London

London, United Kingdom

One of five venues in the Euston area of London, used for The Visible and the Invisible: re-presenting the body in contemporary art and society 21/9/96 - 26/10/96

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Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

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Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Friends House

London, United Kingdom

British headquarters of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and one of five venues in the Euston area of London, used for The Visible and the Invisible: re-presenting the body in contemporary art and society 21/9/96 - 26/10/96

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Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Euston Station

London, United Kingdom

One of London’s major railway stations, and one of five venues in the Euston area of London, used for The Visible and the Invisible: re-presenting the body in contemporary art and society 21/9/96 - 26/10/96

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Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Barbican

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Barbican

From their website:”The Barbican is Europe’s largest multi-arts and conference venue presenting a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and education events. It is also home to the London Symphony Orchestra.”

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»  Helen Chadwick

Born, 1948 - 1958 (probably 1953) in Croydon, South London, England. Died, 1996

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

City Gallery Leicester

Leicester, United Kingdom
Official website: City Gallery Leicester

The City Gallery was the venue for a significant number of exhibitions of work by artists and craftspeople of African, Caribbean and South Asian background, particularly during the course of the 1990s. The City Gallery, located at 90 Granby Street, Leicester closed on 9th January 2010.

It was the opening venue for Frank Bowling: Bowling on Through the Century (11/9/96 - 12/10/96), and was the venue for Origin of End (7/6/02 - 13/7/02).

The City Gallery was also a touring venue for Crossing the Waters (19 January - 1 March 2008). It was first exhibited at Cartwright Hall, before touring to the City Gallery, Leicrester,  The exhibition featured work by Sonia Boyce, Uzo Egonu, Tam Joseph, Isaac Julien, Glenn Ligon, Hew Locke, Chris Ofili, Keith Piper, Ingrid Pollard, Yinka Shonibare, Carrie Mae Weems, and Aubrey Williams. All but two of the artists were of British background; Ligon and Weems were African-American practitioners.

Crossing the Waters was one of a number of exhibitions that took place throughout 2007 as part of Freedom & Culture 2007: The Bicentenary of the Parliamentary Abolition of the Slave Trade. The Foreword to the Crossing the Waters catalogue, by Mark Suggitt, Head of Museums, Galleries & Heritage at Bradford Museums Galleries & Heritage, included references to how the exhibition had come about. Wrote Suggitt, “An interesting fact about Crossing the Waters is that almost all of the works are drawn from the permanent collections of Bradford Museums, Galleries and Heritage. The works were acquired, it must be stressed, because of the artists’ positioning within contemporary British art. However, the Bicentenary provided an intellectual and historical rationale for showing these works as a group, albeit a very diverse one.”

Earlier in his Foreword, Suggitt had stated, “Crossing the Waters makes a significant contribution to Freedom and Culture, a dynamic, year-long, nationwide programme that marks the bicentenary of the Parliamentary Abolition of the Slave Trade in the British Empire. Freedom and Culture has been conceived and directed by Professor Lola Young of Cultural Brokers and Dr Nima Poovaya-Smith of Alchemy.”


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»  Frank Bowling OBE, RA

Born, 1935 - 1937 (probably 1936) in British Guiana (now Guyana) Caribbean/S. America

»  Godfried Donkor

Born, 1964 in Kumasi, Ghana

»  Michael Forbes

Born, 1962

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Born, 1967 in London, England

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Born, 1966 in Soweto, South Africa

Gallery II, University of Bradford

Bradford, United Kingdom

Second venue for Frank Bowling: Bowling on Through the Century (13 January - 7 February 1997). Gallery II, University of Bradford was also one of the venues for Tam Joseph: This is History an exhibition curated and organised by Eddie Chambers. The exhibition was an overview of Tam Joseph’s paintings, produced over a period of two decades. Alongside earlier pieces by Joseph, the exhibition featured the artist’s later works, such as Under the Sea, and The Flying Doctor. The exhibition also included well-known works by Joseph such as UK School Report, Spirit of the Carnival, and Native Girl With Fetish. The exhibition was accompanied by a catalogue, which featured contributions by Hiroko Hagiwara, and an in-conversation piece with the artist and Nancy Hynes.

The exhibition toured to a number of venues in England, including Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield and Tullie House, Carlisle.

 

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Born, 1960 in Wolverhampton, England

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Born, 1947 in Dominica

De La Warr Pavilion

Bexhill-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Third venue for Frank Bowling: Bowling on Through the Century (27/2/97 - 31/3/97)

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South Hill Park

Bracknell, United Kingdom

Fourth venue for Frank Bowling: Bowling on Through the Century (5/4/97 - 10/5/97)

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Midlands Arts Centre - mac - mac birmingham

Birmingham, United Kingdom
Official website: Midlands Arts Centre - mac - mac birmingham

Fifth venue for Frank Bowling: Bowling on Through the Century (14/6/97 - 27/7/97)

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Born, 1935 - 1937 (probably 1936) in British Guiana (now Guyana) Caribbean/S. America

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Born, 1951 in Jamaica

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Born, 1964 in Birmingham

Herbert Art Gallery and Museum

Coventry, United Kingdom

Sixth and final venue for Frank Bowling: Bowling on Through the Century.

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Elbow Room

London, United Kingdom

Temporary venue established and utilised by Lubaina Himid, for her Unrecorded Truths exhibition, 16/4/86 - 16/5/86. Elbow Room was located in Vine Yard, London SE1. Unrecorded Truths featured Brenda Agard, Simone Alexander, David Bailey, Sutapa Biswas, Sonia Boyce, Allan de Souza, Keith Piper, Donald Rodney, Marlene Smith.

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»  Brenda Patricia Agard

Born, 1961. Died, 2012

»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

»  Allan deSouza

Born, 1958 in Nairobi, Kenya

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

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Born, 1964 in Birmingham, England

Ferens Art Gallery

Hull, United Kingdom
Official website: Ferens Art Gallery

Hull venue, part of the Trophies of Empire project.

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Group show at Ferens Art Gallery. 1992

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»  Nina Edge

Born, 1962 in England

»  Sunil Gupta

Born, 1953 in New Delhi, India

Merseyside Maritime Museum

Liverpool, United Kingdom

Liverpool venue, part of the Trophies of Empire project.

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»  Bryan Biggs

Born, 1952 in Barnet, UK

»  Keith Piper

Born, 1960 in Malta

Wilberforce Museum

Hull, United Kingdom

Hull venue, part of the Trophies of Empire project.

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»  Trophies of Empire | Launch of New Publication

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»  Trophies of Empire

Group show at Wilberforce Museum. 1992

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»  Bryan Biggs

Born, 1952 in Barnet, UK

»  Nina Edge

Born, 1962 in England

»  Juginder Lamba

Born, 1948 in Nairobi, Kenya

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)

From the ICA website: “The ICA is home to the best new art and culture from Britain and around the world. A meeting point for exploration between artists and audiences, the ICA examines the questions that shape our culture, society and individual lives. We believe in creative adventure. In art as inspiration. Ultimately the ICA is not so much a place as a principle. A belief in the new. An enduring faith in the creativity of tomorrow.” Ekow Eshun

“The Institute of Contemporary Arts was established in 1947 by a collective of artists, poets and writers to showcase and champion contemporary culture across a wide range of art forms. Since its establishment, it has been at the centre of many of the most significant artistic and cultural developments in the past 60 years. It has also introduced numerous artists, performers, writers and other cultural figures to a wider audience, both nationally and internationally. Today, the ICA consists of two galleries, two cinemas, a theatre, a bookshop, a bar and café and private function rooms. Its programme covers visual arts, music, cinema, talks and educational events. It provides a forum for the creative industries, providing networking opportunities and a range of organised events. The ICA Bookshop offers a wide range of books, magazines, DVDs and other merchandise both in-store and on line. The ICA’s facilities, including two magnificent function rooms, are also available for private hire and events.”

The ICA is located on The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH. Box Office: 020 7930 3647 / Switchboard: 020 7930 0493

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»  Black Film British Cinema

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»  The Mannerist Marketplace

Article relating to an exhibition, 1987

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»  Steve McQueen

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1999

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»  Laylah Ali

Born, 1968 in Buffalo, New York, USA

»  John Gill

»  Marepe

Born, 1970 in Bahia, Brazil

»  Kori Newkirk

Born, 1970 in Bronx, New York

»  Mario Ybarra Jr.

Born, 1973

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Norwich, United Kingdom
Official website: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

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»  State of the Art: Exhibition and book

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»  State of the Art: Ideas and Images in the 1980s

Book relating to an exhibition, 1987

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»  Laylah Ali

Born, 1968 in Buffalo, New York, USA

»  John Gill

»  Marepe

Born, 1970 in Bahia, Brazil

»  Kori Newkirk

Born, 1970 in Bronx, New York

»  Mario Ybarra Jr.

Born, 1973

Serpentine Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Serpentine Gallery

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»  Chris Ofili - profile

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»  Wasafiri - Chris Ofili review

Review relating to an exhibition, 1999

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»  Frank Bowling OBE, RA

Born, 1935 - 1937 (probably 1936) in British Guiana (now Guyana) Caribbean/S. America

»  Isaac Julien

Born, 1960 in London, England

»  Chris Ofili

Born, 1968 in Manchester, UK

»  Tilda Swinton

Born, 1960 in London

Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester

Manchester, United Kingdom
Official website: Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester

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»  Chris Ofili - profile

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»  Chris Ofili

Born, 1968 in Manchester, UK

Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University

Nottingham, United Kingdom

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»  Eddie Chambers

Born, 1960 in Wolverhampton, England

»  Godfried Donkor

Born, 1964 in Kumasi, Ghana

»  Johannes Phokela

Born, 1966 in Soweto, South Africa

BFI Southbank Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: BFI Southbank Gallery

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»  Faisal Abdu’Allah

Born, 1969 in London, UK

Walcot Chapel

Bath Spa, United Kingdom

Walcott Chapel was the venue for Anthony Key: Walcot Chapel, Bath, 24 September - 19 October 2002.  Extracts from the introduction to the accompanying catalogue, as follows: “This new exhibition by Key takes place within the almost astonishing architectural gem which is Walcot Chapel, in the centre of Bath. Built in the mid 19th century, Walcot Chapel is now a deconsecrated building, stripped of its furniture but maintaining a wonderful and intimate whitewashed space that provides an ideal environment for Key to create this installation. This is an ambitious work, involving the making of large numbers of “bricks’. The work in question, a Buddha made (like Great Wall before it) from bricks cast from tin foil containers, mirrors and animates a range of concerns and reference points. Not least amongst these reference points is the architectural grandeur and pretensions of “the Georgian City“ itself.”

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»  Anthony Key

Born, 1949 in South Africa

Leeds City Art Gallery, The Headrow

Leeds, United Kingdom
Official website: Leeds City Art Gallery, The Headrow

Touring venue for Lesley Sanderson’s solo exhibition These Colours Run. Touring venue for Depicting History: For Today.

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»  Depicting History | For Today

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1987

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»  Sutapa Biswas

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

The Foyer Gallery, Barbican Centre, London

London, United Kingdom

The Foyer Gallery at the Barbican no longer exists (as far as can be found on their website). It appears that the Curve Gallery has taken its  place as the exhibiting space for contemporary art at the Barbican.

The New Art Gallery Walsall

Walsall, United Kingdom
Official website: The New Art Gallery Walsall

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»  Back to Black - catalogue

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»  Hew Locke

Solo show at The New Art Gallery Walsall. 2005

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»  Hew Locke

Born, 1959 in Edinburgh

»  Melvin Van Peebles

Born, 1932

»  Charles White

Born, 1918. Died, 1979

»  Aubrey Williams

Born, 1926 in Georgetown, Guyana. Died, 1990

»  Llewellyn Xavier

Born, 1945 in St Lucia

Whitechapel Art Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Whitechapel Art Gallery

Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, was the venue for From Two Worlds exhibition, 30 July - 8th September 1986. Originated by Nicholas Serota and Gavin Jantjes, the exhibition featured Rasheed Araeen, Saleem Arif, Franklyn Beckford, Zadok Ben-David, Zarina Bhimji, The Black Audio Film Collective, Sonia Boyce, Sokari Douglas Camp, Denzil Forrester, Lubaina Himid, Gavin Jantjes, Tam Joseph, Houria Niati, Keith Piper, Veronica Ryan, and Shafique Uddin.

It was also the venue for exhibitions such as Back to Black (2005) and a major Zarina Bhimji mid career retrospective that took place in 2012.

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»  Back to Black - catalogue

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»  Back to Black: art, cinema and the racial imaginary

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»  How Sweet It Was

Article relating to an exhibition, 2005

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»  Melvin Van Peebles

Born, 1932

»  Charles White

Born, 1918. Died, 1979

»  Aubrey Williams

Born, 1926 in Georgetown, Guyana. Died, 1990

»  Llewellyn Xavier

Born, 1945 in St Lucia

Norwich Gallery

Norwich, United Kingdom

Gallery attached to Norfolk Institute of Art and Design (NIAD)

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»  Pressure | Photographs by Horace Ové - invite card

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»  Pressure | Photographs by Horace Ové - invite card

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»  Third Text: Art and Immigration

Journal relating to a publication, 1991

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»  Godfrey Lee

Born in Jamaica, date unknown

»  Mowbray Odonkor

Born, 1962 in London, England

»  Eugene Palmer

Born, 1955 in Kingston, Jamaica

»  Tony Phillips

Born, 1952 in Liverpool, UK

»  Lesley Sanderson

Born, 1962 in Malaysia

Lincolnshire College of Art and Design

Lincoln, United Kingdom

Touring venue for History and Identity, 6 July - 3 August 1991, following its showing at Norwich Gallery, 16 March - 11 May 1991.

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»  Godfrey Lee

Born in Jamaica, date unknown

»  Mowbray Odonkor

Born, 1962 in London, England

»  Eugene Palmer

Born, 1955 in Kingston, Jamaica

»  Tony Phillips

Born, 1952 in Liverpool, UK

»  Lesley Sanderson

Born, 1962 in Malaysia

Harris Museum and Art Gallery

Preston, United Kingdom

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»  The Mannerist Marketplace

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»  State of the Art: Exhibition and book

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»  State of the Art: Ideas and Images in the 1980s

Book relating to an exhibition, 1987

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»  Val/Valerie Brown

Born, 1966 in England

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Tony Phillips

Born, 1952 in Liverpool, UK

»  Sher Rajah

Born, 1954

»  Vincent Stokes

Born, 1964 in London, England

Castle Museum

Nottingham, United Kingdom
Official website: Castle Museum

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»  Val/Valerie Brown

Born, 1966 in England

»  Virginia Nimarkoh

Born, 1967 in London, England

»  Tony Phillips

Born, 1952 in Liverpool, UK

»  Sher Rajah

Born, 1954

»  Vincent Stokes

Born, 1964 in London, England

Wolsey Art Gallery, Christchurch Mansion

Ipswich, United Kingdom

Venue for Eugene Palmer: Index, 17 January - 28 March 2004.

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»  Eugene Palmer | Index

Solo show. 2004

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»  Eugene Palmer

Born, 1955 in Kingston, Jamaica

Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts)

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts)

Rivington Place,
London,
EC2A 3BA
UK

Tel: +44 (0)20 7729 9616
Fax: +44 (0)20 7729 9509

Organisation description: “Established in 1994 to address an imbalance in the representation of culturally diverse artists, curators and writers. Iniva is a registered charity, funded by Arts Council England and governed by a Board of Trustees. The Chair of the Board is Paula Kahn. We are a team of 15 staff, based at Rivington Place in Shoreditch, East London.”

Mission statement: “Iniva creates exhibitions, publications, digital projects, education and research projects, designed to bring the work of artists from culturally diverse backgrounds to the attention of the widest possible public. Anchored in the diversity of contemporary British culture and society, Iniva engages with culturally diverse practices and ideas, both local and global. Iniva invites artists and audiences to question assumptions about contemporary art and ideas, acting as a catalyst for making these debates and artworks part of mainstream culture.”

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»  Donald Rodney | In Retrospect - invite

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»  The Ghosts of Songs - invite

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»  David Adjaye (Sir)

Born, 1966 in Dar-es-Salaam

»  John Akomfrah OBE

Born, 1957 in Accra, Ghana

»  Trevor Mathison

Born, 1960

»  Keith Piper

Born, 1960 in Malta

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Mappin Art Gallery, Weston Park

Sheffield, United Kingdom
Official website: Mappin Art Gallery, Weston Park

Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield was one of the venues for Tam Joseph: This is History, an exhibition curated and organised by Eddie Chambers. The exhibition was an overview of Tam Joseph’s paintings, produced over a period of two decades. Alongside earlier pieces by Joseph, the exhibition featured the artist’s later works, such as Under the Sea, and The Flying Doctor. The exhibition also included well-known works by Joseph such as UK School Report, Spirit of the Carnival, and Native Girl With Fetish. The exhibition was accompanied by a catalogue, which featured contributions by Hiroko Hagiwara, and an in-conversation piece with the artist and Nancy Hynes.

The exhibition toured to a number of venues in England, including Tullie House, Carlisle and Gallery II, University of Bradford.

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»  Depicting History | For Today

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»  Tam Joseph: This is History - catalogue

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1999

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Royal Festival Hall

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Royal Festival Hall

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»  Shocks to the System - Spare Rib piece

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Willie Doherty

Born, 1959 in Derry, Northern Ireland

»  Mona Hatoum

Born, 1952 in Beirut, Lebanon

»  Tam Joseph

Born, 1947 in Dominica

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Northern Centre for Contemporary Art

Sunderland, United Kingdom
Official website: Northern Centre for Contemporary Art

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1999

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Willie Doherty

Born, 1959 in Derry, Northern Ireland

»  Mona Hatoum

Born, 1952 in Beirut, Lebanon

»  Tam Joseph

Born, 1947 in Dominica

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Towner Art Gallery

Eastbourne, United Kingdom

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Willie Doherty

Born, 1959 in Derry, Northern Ireland

»  Mona Hatoum

Born, 1952 in Beirut, Lebanon

»  Tam Joseph

Born, 1947 in Dominica

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

City Museum and Art Gallery

Plymouth, United Kingdom
Official website: City Museum and Art Gallery

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Willie Doherty

Born, 1959 in Derry, Northern Ireland

»  Mona Hatoum

Born, 1952 in Beirut, Lebanon

»  Tam Joseph

Born, 1947 in Dominica

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Maclaurin Art Gallery

Ayr, United Kingdom
Official website: Maclaurin Art Gallery

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Willie Doherty

Born, 1959 in Derry, Northern Ireland

»  Mona Hatoum

Born, 1952 in Beirut, Lebanon

»  Tam Joseph

Born, 1947 in Dominica

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Royal Albert Memorial Museum

Exeter, United Kingdom
Official website: Royal Albert Memorial Museum

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»  Terry Atkinson

Born, 1939 in Thurnscoe, UK

»  Willie Doherty

Born, 1959 in Derry, Northern Ireland

»  Mona Hatoum

Born, 1952 in Beirut, Lebanon

»  Tam Joseph

Born, 1947 in Dominica

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Hackney Hospital

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Hackney Hospital

Hackney Hospital, Homerton High Street, London E9

Site for the group exhibition Care and Control, 27 June - 5 August 1995. The building is a former workhouse and psychiatric hospital, and this exhibition involved a group of artists making artwork in response to the hospital alongside an exhibition of work from patients working within the hospital’s art therapy programme. The hospital was scheduled to close in 1995 - after 270 years of use.

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»  Jordan Baseman

Born, 1960 in Philidephia, USA

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Born, 1967 in London, England

Goldsmiths College

London, United Kingdom

Goldsmiths College’s Fine Art degree courses have used students’ studios for degree shows. For a time, Goldsmiths College was also the location of Goldsmiths Gallery. Goldsmiths Gallery has ceased operating, but plans exist for the building of a new gallery. See www.gold.ac.uk/giving-to-goldsmiths/areas-to-support/artgallery/ (accessed 12 October 2013).

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Spacex

Exeter, United Kingdom
Official website: Spacex

45 Preston Street
Exeter
EX1 1DF

Tel: 01392 431786
Fax: 01392 213786
Email@spacex.org.uk

From the ‘about’ section of the website: “Spacex is a public-funded contemporary art space and registered educational charity. It works to encourage public engagement with the latest developments in contemporary art through commissioned projects, exhibitions, events, talks and activities for all ages. Spacex became a registered charity in the early 1990s and is now recognised by Arts Council England as one of the UK’s leading international contemporary art spaces. Spacex presents the work of emerging artists as well as those who are internationally renowned.”

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»  Dorothy Cross

Born, 1956

»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

»  Edward Lipski

Born, 1966 in London, UK

»  Nina Saunders

Born, 1958 in Odense, Denmark

»  Yinka Shonibare MBE RA

Born, 1962 in London, England

Artangel

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Artangel

Commissioning agency - from their website: “Based in London but working across Britain and beyond, Artangel commissions exceptional projects by outstanding contemporary artists. Over the past two decades, the projects have materialised in a range of different sites and situations and in countless forms of media.”

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»  Steve McQueen OBE, CBE

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Oriel Mostyn

Llandudno, Wales, United Kingdom
Official website: Oriel Mostyn

12 Heol Vaughan
Llandudno
LL30 1AB

Tel: 01492 879201
fax: 01492 878869
email: post@mostyn.org

From the website: “Oriel Mostyn Gallery is the largest independent publicly-funded gallery in Wales. We show Welsh and international contemporary art in a programme of temporary exhibitions, each lasting around six weeks. We do not have a collection but sometimes show modern and historical work, often borrowed from major collections, notably that of National Museum Wales. Galleries and audiences: The Mostyn’s exhibition galleries have been described as among the most beautiful in Britain. In a Grade 2 listed building, they were purpose-built in 1901, are well-proportioned and are naturally-lit from above. The give approximately 200 square metres of floor space with around linear 70 metres of wall space. The current expansion will nearly double the exhibiting space and will also use natural toplighting for the main new gallery space. A large audience has developed for our activities. Our exhibitions attract some 50-55,000 visitors annually, with both a strong local following and visitors attracted from all over north Wales and elsewhere.”

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»  Lea Andrews

Born, 1958 in Sonning Common, Oxfordshire

»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

»  Gerard de Thame

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»  Gary Hume

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ROLLO Contemporary Art

London, United Kingdom
Official website: ROLLO Contemporary Art

51 Cleveland Street
London W1T 4JH

T:020 7580 0020
F:020 7580 0040
E: info@rolloart.com

From the website: “ROLLO Contemporary Art opened in 2005 and fast established itself as a serious force in the art world. Supporting emerging artists through to the well-established, both abstract and figurative, the gallery is not restricted on media or form, but is driven by a desire to exhibit contemporary art of the highest quality. ROLLO is dedicated to discovering and promoting art of the highest standard; art which is technically well made, aesthetically beautiful and also academically grounded, which contributes to the ever developing story of art. During 2008 ROLLO will be working with Royal Academician Frank Bowling, Gerry Judah, Francesca Aninat, Angela Reilly (BP Portrait Prize runner up 2006), Michelle Souter and Claire Morgan. ROLLO Contemporary Art gallery supports the Alzheimer’s Society, donating a percentage of proceeds from all exhibition sales to the charity.”

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»  Frank Bowling OBE, RA

Born, 1935 - 1937 (probably 1936) in British Guiana (now Guyana) Caribbean/S. America

Poussin Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Poussin Gallery

Block K
13 Bell Yard Mews
175 Bermondsey Street
London SE1 3UW

tel. 020 7403 4444
fax. 020 7403 9217
mail@poussin-gallery.com

From the website: “Poussin Gallery is primarily concerned with the furtherance and promotion of abstract visual art, of a kind which demonstrates an understanding of its links to art history, without resort to nostalgia or mannerism. Our specialism is in British abstract painting from the Seventies, but we exhibit work from the Sixties onwards to the present day, including new work by artists seeking to extend the disciplines of abstract painting and sculpture.”

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The Arts Institute at Bournemouth - The Gallery

Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Official website: The Arts Institute at Bournemouth - The Gallery

Wallisdown
Poole
Dorset
BH12 5HH
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1202 533 011
Email: general@aib.ac.uk

From the website: “The Gallery is a major resource for contemporary visual art at the Institute and has received regional and national recognition. The Gallery has regular exhibitions from some of today’s leading artists and critical writers including Ian McKeever and David Miller (poet); and Susan Stockwell and Rosemary Miles (Curator, Victoria & Albert Museum). It also shows collections on loan from other galleries and museums. The Gallery functions as a learning resource and is integrated into the teaching, learning and research practice undertaken at the Institute. Student work is displayed in the Summer Show exhibitions and students also have the opportunity to propose or curate shows as part of The Gallery programme. text + work promotes dialogue between innovative contemporary art and design practice and its theoretical context. It provides a platform for practitioners, writers and curators who wish to examine and extend the boundaries between contemporary practice and critical discourse. There are text + work gallery events, critical texts, shared and networked exhibitions, and a text + work website.”

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»  Frank Bowling OBE, RA

Born, 1935 - 1937 (probably 1936) in British Guiana (now Guyana) Caribbean/S. America

University of Wolverhampton (Millennium Building)

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Official website: University of Wolverhampton (Millennium Building)

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»  Frank Bowling OBE, RA

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Tate Liverpool

Liverpool, United Kingdom
Official website: Tate Liverpool

Albert Dock
Liverpool
L3 4BB

Tel: 0151 702 7400 (international +44 151 702 7400)
Fax: 0151 702 7401
TextPhone: 18801 7027400
Email: visiting.liverpool@tate.org.uk

From the website: “Tate Liverpool welcomes over 600,000 visitors a year, is the home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the North of England, and one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art in the UK, outside London. Tate Liverpool houses two main types of exhibits: displays from the Tate Collection and special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. The special exhibition programme brings together works from national and international collections, both public and private. Since the gallery opened in 1988, Tate Liverpool has had over 150 different exhibitions and collection displays of work by hundreds of different artists, some seen for the first time in the UK at Tate Liverpool. Major exhibitions include Salvador Dali: A Mythology (1998), Shopping: A Century of Art and Consumer Culture (2002-03) and Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era (2005). Tate Liverpool hosted the Turner Prize 2007, the first time the prize had been presented outside London since it began in 1984, as a curtain-raiser for Liverpool European Capital of Culture 2008.”

Tate Liverpool was the venue for Afro Modern, a major exhibition that took place at Tate Liverpool in the spring of 2010. The exhibition was accompanied by a major catalogue. This small gallery guide also accompanied the exhibition. From the guide:

“Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic explores the impact of different black cultures from around the Atlantic on art from the early twentieth-century to today. The exhibition takes its inspiration from Paul Gilroy’s influential book The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness published in 1993. It features over 140 works by more than 60 artists.

Gilroy used the term ‘The Black Atlantic’ to describe the transmission of black cultures around the Atlantic, and the instances of cultural hybridity, that occurred as a result of transatlantic slavery and its legacy.

Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic reflects Gilroy’s idea of the Atlantic Ocean as a ‘continent in negative’, offering a network connecting Africa, North and South America, the Caribbean and Europe. It traces both real and imagined routes taken across the Atlantic, and highlights artistic links and dialogues from the early twentieth-century to today.

The exhibition is divided into seven chronological sections. Charting new forms of art arising from black culture and the work of black artists and intellectuals, it opens up an alternative, transatlantic reading of modernism and contemporary culture.”

Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic was part of Liverpool and the Black Atlantic, described in the brochure as “a series of exhibitions and events that explores connections between cultures and continents. Partners include the Bluecoat, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), International Slavery Museum, Kuumba Imani Millenium Centre, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Metal, Tate Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery, and the University of Liverpool.”

The exhibition was presented in seven sections:

Black Atlantic Avant-Gardes
Maya Deren - Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti
Black Orpheus
Dissident Identities
Reconstructing the Middle Passage
Exhibiting Bodies
From Post-Modern to Post-Black

The guide, A6 portrait in size, offered brief introductions to each of the exhibition’s seven sections.

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»  Turner Prize 2007

Group show at Tate Liverpool. 2007 - 2008

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»  Chris Ofili

Born, 1968 in Manchester, UK

»  Keith Piper

Born, 1960 in Malta

»  Man Ray (Emmanuel Radnitzky)

Born, 1890. Died, 1976

»  Maud Sulter

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland. Died, 2008

Brewery Arts Centre

Kendal, United Kingdom
Official website: Brewery Arts Centre

Highgate, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4HE

admin@breweryarts.co.uk
Information line: 01539 795090
Fax: 01539 730257

From the website: “After being bought by the Lake District Theatre Trust Limited in 1970, work started on converting the Grade III Listed building into a modern arts centre. On 10 May, 1972, the Brewery Arts and Community Centre, consisting in those early days of a small theatre and two other rooms, opened its doors to the public. Since then The Brewery Arts Centre has been a hub of creativity in the small South Lakes town. From humble beginnings as a small theatre, the centre now has a 450 capacity music venue, three cinemas, visual arts and photographic galleries, a drama studio, art and crafts workshops, darkroom facilities, playgroup and meeting rooms, a great restaurant, the famous Vats Bar, an art-house cinema and Warehouse Café and a fantastic theatre seating 260.”

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Darlington Art Gallery

Darlington, United Kingdom
Official website: Darlington Art Gallery

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»  Maud Sulter

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland. Died, 2008

Wrexham Library Arts Centre

Wrexham, United Kingdom
Official website: Wrexham Library Arts Centre

Rhosddu Road
LL11 1AU
Wrexham
Wales

General information (Tel) : 01978 292093
General information (Fax) : 01978 292611
E-mail : library@wrexham.gov.uk

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Portfolio Gallery

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Aberystwyth, United Kingdom
Official website: Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Aberystwyth University
Penglais Campus
Aberystwyth
Ceredigion
SY23 3DE

Email artstaff@aber.ac.uk

From the website: “Award winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre is Wales’ largest arts centre and recognised as a “national flagship for the arts’. It has a wide-ranging artistic programme, both producing and presenting, across all art forms including drama, dance, music, visual arts, applied arts, film, new media, and community arts and is recognised as a national centre for arts development. We welcome over 650,000 visitors a year, including over 100,000 attendances for performing arts and events featuring local, national and international work, 236,000 for exhibitions and over 100,000 for our unique community arts and education programme.”

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Glynn Vivian Art Gallery

Swansea, United Kingdom
Official website: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery

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Pavilion

Leeds, United Kingdom
Official website: Pavilion

7 Saw Mill yard
Round Foundry
Leeds
LS11 7WH
Tel: +44 (0) 113 242 5100
Fax: +44 (0) 113 242 5100
E-mail: admin@pavilion.org.uk

From the website: “Pavilion is a visual arts commissioning agency that collaborates with artists and audiences to make exceptional new works of art, using photography and digital lens based media. Pavilion was formally established in 1983 as a company limited by guarantee with charitable status. Initially, Pavilion was a gallery-based organisation concerned with the promotion and exhibition of photography engaged with critical feminist discourses. Pavilion developed into a women’s only membership enterprise and at this time was renamed Pavilion Women’s Photography Centre. During this period the company was closely aligned with the debates of the women’s movement and was especially proactive in its commitment to black women artists. In 1998, the company revised its charitable objectives, to extend its remit beyond women only and subsequently widen its audiences. It was at this time that the company reverted to being simply ‘Pavilion’.”

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Ormeau Baths Gallery

Belfast, United Kingdom
Official website: Ormeau Baths Gallery

18a Ormeau Avenue
Belfast
BT2 8HS

Tel: +44 (0)28 9032 1402
Fax: +44 (0)28 9031 2232
mail@ormeaubaths.co.uk

From their website: “Situated in the former Victorian swimming baths, OBG is one of the foremost exhibition spaces for contemporary visual arts in Northern Ireland. The 10,000 square foot gallery houses four versatile exhibition spaces over two floors. The gallery is located close to Belfast city centre, on Ormeau Avenue, just off the Dublin Road and Bedford Street.”

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The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery/The University Gallery, Leeds)

Leeds, United Kingdom
Official website: The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery/The University Gallery, Leeds)

The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery
Parkinson Building
Woodhouse Lane
University of Leeds
Leeds
LS2 9JT

Telephone: 0113 343 2778
Fax: 0113 343 5561 (Please mark for the attention of the Art Gallery)
Email: gallery@leeds.ac.uk

From the website: “The Gallery, enlarged and improved in 2008, now bears a new name which acknowledges the generosity of the benefaction which has enabled it. Underpinning this expansion and refurbishment of the University Gallery was a belief in the vital benefits that the visual arts can contribute to our intellectual and spiritual well-being, as well as our self-understanding, individually and as communities. The University art collection now benefits from a large, dedicated space at the heart of the revitalised gallery. The Education Room houses the University’s collection of drawings and other works on paper; it also offers designated space for private study, research and teaching, relating to both the collections and the exhibition programme. The Special Exhibitions Room provides a generous space for the annual programme of temporary exhibitions.”

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Victoria and Albert Museum

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Victoria and Albert Museum

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Battersea Arts Centre

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Battersea Arts Centre

Battersea Arts Centre was the venue for a number of important and significant exhibitions of Black artists’ work, including Lubaina Himid’s Black Woman Time Now, and Keith Piper’s Another Empire State, both exhibitions of the mid 1980s.

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Transmission Gallery

Glasgow, United Kingdom
Official website: Transmission Gallery

(Enter at) 28 King Street, Glasgow G1 Scotland UK
T +44 (0)141 552 7141

info@transmissiongallery.org

From the website: “Transmission was set up in 1983 by graduates from Glasgow School of Art who were dissatisfied with the lack of exhibition spaces and opportunities for young artists in Glasgow. Through sponsorship and support from the Scottish Arts Council (now Creative Scotland) they managed and maintained a space in which to exhibit their work and the work of a rapidly growing collective of local artists.

They began to invite artists who had influenced them to show in the gallery and become part of this dialogue. The range of contacts grew through projects with similar organisations such as City Racing in London and Artemisia in Chicago and this exchange of ideas has continued with Transmission providing a model for other collectives like Catalyst in Belfast and Generator in Dundee.” (www.transmissiongallery.org/about, accessed 21 June 2012)

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Royal College of Art, Gulbenkian Galleries

London, United Kingdom

Royal College of Art, Gulbenkian Galleries, was the venue for Keith Piper’s mid-career retrospective Relocating the Remains, in 1997.

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PM Gallery & House

London, United Kingdom
Official website: PM Gallery & House

PM Gallery & House
Walpole Park, Mattock Lane, London W5 5EQ
Tel: (020) 8567 1227
Email: pmgallery&house@ealing.gov.uk

PM Gallery & House, Ealing’s flagship cultural venue, comprises of the Grade I listed Pitzhanger Manor-House, designed by the architect John Soane in 1800 and PM Gallery, West London’s premier professional contemporary arts venue.”

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Unit 2 Gallery, London Metropolitan University

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Unit 2 Gallery, London Metropolitan University

Unit 2 Gallery is part of London Metropolitan University’s Art, Media and Design faculty, located on Whitechapel High Street. It was the venue for Barbara Walker’s exhibition Louder Than Words, 18 November - 16 December 2006. Between 2004 and 2009, Unit 2 was run by Richard Hylton. During his tenure, a number of artists were exhibited, in both solo and group exhibitions.

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Born, 1964 in Birmingham

Port of Tyne International Ferry Terminal

Newcastle, United Kingdom

Offsite venue along North Tyneside that hosted - Dudes : Permindar Kaur in 2002

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»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

Fabrica

Brighton, United Kingdom
Official website: Fabrica

Fabrica is an art gallery in the heart of Brighton, on the South Coast of England. It is situated in the former Holy Trinity Church on the corner of Ship Street and Duke Street.

From the website: “Fabrica is a visual arts organisation based in a former Regency church in the heart of Brighton that commissions contemporary visual art installations specific to the building. Opened in March 1996 in the deconsecrated Holy Trinity Church, Fabrica was established by a group of artists from Red Herring Studios in Brighton, as a focus for contemporary visual art practice, with the support of South East Arts, Brighton Borough Council, The Foundation for Sport and the Arts, and Chichester Diocese. Fabrica is a place where artists come to make new work. Fabrica supports and encourages the artists with whom it works to be adventurous and to test the boundaries of their practice. It encourages an open dialogue between artists and visitors within the gallery space and produces an integrated programme of education and audience development activity that strives to remove barriers to access, engagement and understanding.”

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»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

Tate St. Ives

St. Ives, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Official website: Tate St. Ives

Porthmeor Beach
St Ives
Cornwall
TR26 1TG

01736 796226
visiting.stives@tate.org.uk

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»  Lubaina Himid MBE

Born, 1954 in Zanzibar, Tanzania

Berwick Gymnasium Art Gallery

Berwick-on-Tweed, United Kingdom

Parade
Berwick-upon-Tweed, TD15 1DF
01289 303243

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»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery

Nottingham, United Kingdom

Castle Museum & Art Gallery
off Friar Lane
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG1 6EL
England

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»  Permindar Kaur

Born, 1965 in Nottingham, England

»  Horace Ové

Born, 1939 in Trindad and Tobago

The Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums

Brighton, United Kingdom
Official website: The Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums

The Royal Pavilion, Libraries and Museums Collections

www.virtualmuseum.info/collections/cHome_worldart.asp

From the website: “The World Art collection includes objects from Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Americas, ranging in age from several thousand years to the contemporary. Strengths include puppets, masks and world textiles, including an especially important collection of textiles from Burma.”

“The development of the collection is supported by the James Henry Green Charitable Trust, which established the James Green Centre for World Art at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery in 1995. The Green Centre seeks to promote understanding of world art through community outreach and education projects, exhibitions, publications, research activities and fieldwork projects in Asia, such as a recent textile commissioning project in Kachin State, Burma.”

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»  Zarina Bhimji

Born, 1963 in Mbarara, Uganda

»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

University of Brighton Gallery

Brighton, United Kingdom
Official website: University of Brighton Gallery

University of Brighton Gallery,

University of Brighton,
Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY

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»  Horace Ové

Born, 1939 in Trindad and Tobago

Leighton House Museum

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Leighton House Museum

Leighton House Museum

From the website: “Leighton House was the home of Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830 - 1896) and one of the most remarkable buildings of the 19th century. Built to designs by George Aitchison, the house was extended and embellished over the next 30 years to create a private palace of art. The Arab Hall houses Leighton’s priceless collection of over 1,000 Syrian tiles and important works by Leighton and his contemporaries are on display.”

Leighton House Museum
12 Holland Park Road, London W14 8LZ
Tel: 020 7602 3316

Email: museums@rbkc.gov.uk

Leighton House Museum was the venue for Hassan Hajjaj: Dakka Marrakesh, 10 September - 5 October 2008

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»  Mary Evans

Born, 1963 in Nigeria

»  Hassan Hajjaj

Born, 1961 in Larache, Morocco

»  Rose Issa

Clifford Chance

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Clifford Chance

10 Upper Bank Street
Canary Wharf
London
E14 5JJ

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»  Frank Bowling OBE, RA

Born, 1935 - 1937 (probably 1936) in British Guiana (now Guyana) Caribbean/S. America

Cafe Gallery Projects

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Cafe Gallery Projects

Southwark Park
London

Tel: +44 (0)20 7237 1230
Email: cgp.mail@virgin.net

Cafe Gallery Projects, London showed Landscape Trauma in the Age of Scopophilia (1 July - 5 August 2001). It was the venue for exhibitions by Sutapa Biswas (26 May - 20 June 2004) and Carrie Mae Weems (8 June - 3 July 2005).

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»  Carrie Mae Weems

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»  Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Richard Hylton

Born, 1967 in England

»  Henna Nadeem

Born, 1966 in Leeds

»  Ingrid Pollard

Born, 1953 in Georgetown, Guyana

»  Carrie Mae Weems

Born, 1953 in Portland, Oregon

Angel Row Gallery

Nottingham, United Kingdom

Angel Row Gallery was located above the Central Library, in the Central Library Building in Nottingham City Centre. The gallery closed its doors in preparation for the opening of a new visual arts venue in Nottingham.

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Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

»  Edward Lipski

Born, 1966 in London, UK

»  Nina Saunders

Born, 1958 in Odense, Denmark

»  Yinka Shonibare MBE RA

Born, 1962 in London, England

Harewood House

Leeds, United Kingdom
Official website: Harewood House

Harewood House Trust
Harewood House
Harewood
LEEDS
LS17 9LG

email: info@harewood.org
Tel +44 (0)113 218 1010

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»  Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent

Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
Official website: City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent

Potteries Museum and Art Gallery
Hanley,
Stoke-on-Trent

City Art Gallery - Site of solo exhibition of Lubaina Himid that toured from Chisenhale Gallery, London

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»  Lubaina Himid MBE

Born, 1954 in Zanzibar, Tanzania

The Pentonville Gallery

London, United Kingdom

No longer functioning - funded by GLAA (Greater London Arts Association) and Camden Council. Pentonville Gallery was established by Geoff Evans and was located at a series of different spaces across London, one of its last locations being 4 Whitfield Street, London. That particular venue was where [Keith] Piper & [Donald] Rodney held their collaborative exhibition, Adventures Close to Home (6 August - 5 September 1987).

Link to Geoff Evans’ obituary (accessed 7 November 2013)  www.camdennewjournal.com/geoff-evans-–-gallery-founder-who-believed-power-art

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»  Lubaina Himid MBE

Born, 1954 in Zanzibar, Tanzania

»  Keith Piper

Born, 1960 in Malta

»  Donald Rodney

Born, 1961 in Birmingham, England. Died, 1998

Horizon Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Horizon Gallery

(no longer open)

From the SALIDAA website: “Indian Arts Council establishes the Horizon Gallery. The Horizon Gallery opened in London in January 1987. It was established as the visual arts wing of the Indian Arts Council (IAC) whose headquarters were at Marchmont Street in London. The Gallery’s inaugural exhibition was the work of Prafull Dave, a leading contemporary painter of the Indian diaspora, (Switzerland) who was showing his work for the first time in London. Throughout the Gallery’s five-year lifespan, it held numerous exhibitions showcasing the artistic talent of British south Asian, Indian and European artists. The Gallery also held lectures, readings, book launches and other activities relating to sub continental visual art in the UK.”

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Centre 181 Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Centre 181 Gallery

No longer functioning

181 King St. London W6 9JU

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»  Yinka Shonibare MBE RA

Born, 1962 in London, England

Autograph ABP

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Autograph ABP

From the Mission Statement on the website: “Autograph ABP is a charity, originally established in 1988 as an international, non-profit-making, photographic arts organisation that educates the public in photography, with a particular emphasis on addressing issues of cultural identity and human rights. It was converted into a charity in 2007. We produce our own programme of exhibitions, educational events and publishing, and collaborate with other arts organisations and academic institutions nationally and internationally.”

Founded by David A Bailey and Sunil Gupta in 1988. The organisation is based in Rivington Place, London EC2A 3BA

The Photographers’ Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: The Photographers’ Gallery

16 - 18 Ramillies Street
London
W1F 7LW

Tel: +44 (0)845 262 1618
Email: info@photonet.org.uk

From the website: “The Photographers’ Gallery was founded by Sue Davies, OBE in 1971 at 8 Great Newport Street, in a converted Lyon’s Tea Bar. It was the first independent gallery in Britain devoted to photography. Tom Hopkinson, ex-editor of Picture Post, was appointed as the first chair of the Gallery’s Board of Trustees. The Gallery opened its doors on 14 January 1971 presenting an exhibition called The Concerned Photographer curated by Cornell Capa and first shown in New York in 1967.”

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»  Shahidul Alam

Born, 1955 in Dhaka, Bangladesh

»  Sutapa Biswas

Born, 1962 in Bolpur, India

»  Jamelie Hassan

Born, 1948 in London, Ontario, Canada

Baths Hall

Scunthorpe, United Kingdom

59 Doncaster Road
Scunthorpe
DN15 7RG

Box Office: 01724 297861
Email: info@bathshall.co.uk

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»  Bryan Biggs

Born, 1952 in Barnet, UK

FACT (Foundation for Art & Creative Technology)

Liverpool, United Kingdom
Official website: FACT (Foundation for Art & Creative Technology)

88 Wood Street
Liverpool
L1 4DQ

info@fact.co.uk / 08717 042063

From the website: “FACT, the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, is the UK’s leading organisation for commissioning, exhibiting, promoting and supporting artists’ work and innovation in the fields of film, video, and new media. FACT has commissioned and presented over 250 digital media artworks with artists including Mark Wallinger, Barbara Kruger, Tony Oursler, Pipilotti Rist, Vito Acconci and Isaac Julien. Originally founded in 1988 FACT’s mission was to inspire and promote the artistic significance of film, video and new media. Twenty years on, and still the UK’s primary exponent of innovative digital media, our aim is to pioneer new forms of artistic and social interaction with emerging creativity.”

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»  David Adjaye (Sir)

Born, 1966 in Dar-es-Salaam

»  Trevor Mathison

Born, 1960

Metro Cinema

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Metro Cinema

(no longer functioning)

11 Rupert Street, London, England, United Kingdom W1 7FS

From Cinema Treasures website: “Occupying an empty shell in the Trocadero Centre, which was originally supposed to be a theatre, the Metro opened in October 1985. Metro 1 (195 seats) was the auditorium of the theatre space whilst Metro 2 (84 seats) was the former stage area. Both were below ground level.”
Contributed by Ian Grundy

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»  Edward George

Born, 1963 in London, England

National Film Theatre

London, United Kingdom
Official website: National Film Theatre

NFT is now part of BFI

www.bfi.org.uk

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Croxteth Hall

Liverpool, United Kingdom
Official website: Croxteth Hall

Croxteth Hall and Country Park
Liverpool L12 0HB
Tel: +44 (0) 151 233 6910 (general)

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»  Richard Hylton

Born, 1967 in England

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Born, 1962 in London, England

Grabowski Gallery

London, United Kingdom

Grabowski Gallery, London operated between 1959 and 1975. It was the art gallery of a Polish pharmacist, located at 84 Sloane Avenue, Chelsea, London SW3. In 1962, it was the venue for Image in Revolt, a two-person exhibition of figurative paintings by two young artists, Derek Boshier and Frank Bowling. Both artists were at the time in their early to mid 20s. In the early 1960s (circa 1963) Grabowski Gallery again exhibited the work of Frank Bowling in a group show that also included the work of two other artists from Commonwealth countries: William Thomson (Canada) and Neil Stocker (Australia). Aubrey Williams, the Guyana-born British artist also had a solo exhibition at Grabowski Gallery, January 3 - 24, 1963. Three years earlier, Williams exhibited alongside Denis Bowen, Max Chapman, and Anthony Underhill, in an exhibition titled Continuum, at Grabowski Gallery in 1960.

The following summary was taken from cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=18823954 (15/6/09): “Mateusz Bronislaw Grabowski (1904-1976) was a Master of Pharmacy who graduated from The University of Stefan Batory in Vilnius. He came to The Great Britain with the Polish Army in 1940. After the war had ended, he established a pharmacy and a mail-order firm in London that sent medicines to Poland, and in 1959, he opened a modem art gallery. Grabowski Gallery was situated in the artistic district of London, in Chelsea at 84, Sloane Avenue, next to the Grabowski’s Pharmacy. The thing that made the Gallery distinguishing was the fact that it did not make profit. Grabowski promoted young and unknown artists of different nationalities according to the idea of ‘the art without borders’. In Grabowski Gallery, there took place the first exhibition of ‘pop-art’ in Europe. Many of the artists who showed their works of art there became well known and important for the British Art. In the 1960’s London was the biggest centre of western art. Grabowski Gallery found its place in the top of London galleries of modem art. Famous London critics came to see the exhibits, and reviews of the exhibitions could be read in many prestigious magazines. The Gallery was the expression of the personal passion for art of its owner.”

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Group show at Grabowski Gallery. 1962

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»  Denis Bowen

Born, 1921 in Kimberley, South Africa. Died, 2006

»  Frank Bowling OBE, RA

Born, 1935 - 1937 (probably 1936) in British Guiana (now Guyana) Caribbean/S. America

»  Max Chapman

Born, 1911 in London

»  Neil Stocker

Born, 1926 - 1936 (probably 1931) in Sydney, Australia

»  William Thomson

Born, 1926 in Canada

AIR Gallery

London, United Kingdom

From the SPACE website: www.spacestudios.org.uk/All_Content_Items/About_SPACE/History/ WEBLINK NO LONGER ACCESSIBLE

“AIR (Information Registry of Art) sought to collect artists’ information, find new patrons, generate new audiences and ways to engage that audience in the visual arts. AIR was started by Peter Sedgley who believed that artists needed a more direct way for their work to reach the dealers and collectors without having to go through an intermediary gallery. AIR, located first in St. Katharine’s Dock, was non-selective and any artist could submit biographical details and slides of their work… AIR Gallery was homeless until 1979 when premises were obtained in Rosebery Avenue where SPACE and the AIR Gallery remained until 1986.

Sonia Boyce had a successful solo exhibition at AIR Gallery in the mid 1980s, while the gallery was under the directorship of Sara Selwood.

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Review relating to an exhibition, 1987

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Exhibition guide relating to an exhibition, 1986

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1986

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Review relating to an exhibition, 1987

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Review relating to an exhibition, 1987

Exhibitions at this venue

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Solo show at AIR Gallery 1986 - 1987

People who have appeared at this venue

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Born, 1962 in London, England

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Born, 1952 in South Africa