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Margaret Cooper

Born, 1951 in Jamaica

Margaret Cooper had work included in Double Vision: An exhibiton of contemporary Afro-Caribbean art, held at Cartwright HallBradford, 8 November 1986 - 4 January 1987. Within the Double Vision poster/brochure, the text on Cooper included “Since 1979 to date Margaret has exhibited widely in England, including the 1985 New Horizon (sic) exhibition in London. She has [work in] private and public collections in London, Jamaica, Australia and the U.S.A. Her creative versatility is also demonstrated in her book cover designs for John Agard’s Mangoes and Bullets.”

From the catalogue, Creation for Liberation Open Exhibition Art by Black Artists, 1987: “Born in Jamaica in 1951, Margaret attended Ravensbourne College of Art and obtained a Diploma  in Art and Design and a B.A. in Fashion and Textile Design in 1973. She has participated in several group shows and recently exhibited in Double Vision touring exhibition. Presently employed as an art teacher at Stockwell Park Comprehensive specializing in Fabric, Screen and Block Printing as well as general Art and Design.”

This entry erroneously stated that Cooper “recently exhibited in From Two Worlds

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click to show details of Creation for Liberation Open Exhibition Art by Black Artists 1987

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1987

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»  Double Vision: exhibition poster/brochure

Announcement relating to an exhibition, 1986

Related exhibitions

Related venues

»  Brixton Village, Brixton Hill

London, United Kingdom

»  Cartwright Hall

Bradford, United Kingdom