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Maud Sulter

Postcard relating to an exhibition, 1989
Published by: South Bank Centre
Year published: 1989
Unpaginated.

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Colour postcard/Photographic reproduction on front

Text on reverse is as follows: Maud Sulter: Terpsichore, from Zabat series, 1989, C-Type print, 152.4 x 121.9 cm. Arts Council Collection: purchased 1991 C72 - Published by the South Bank Centre, Printed by The Hillingdon Press

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»  Maud Sulter

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland. Died, 2008

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»  Camerawork

London, United Kingdom

»  Rochdale Art Gallery

Rochdale, United Kingdom

Sonia Boyce - Big Woman’s Talk - press photograph

Photograph relating to an exhibition, 1989
Published by: South Bank Centre
Year published: 1989
Unpaginated.

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Monochrome photographic press print of Sonia Boyce’s Big Woman’s Talk, pastel and ink on paper, 148 x 155 cm, 1984, Private Collection. The following information appeared on the reverse of the print:

COPYRIGHT RESERVED

This photograph may be reproduced only in connection with reviews of the exhibition.

THE OTHER STORY:

Asian, African and Caribbean artists in post-war Britain.

Please return to Art Publicity Dept., The South Bank Centre, Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

Sonya (sic) Boyce

Big Woman’s Talk,

pastel and ink on paper,

148 x 155 cm

Private Collection.

 

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»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

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»  Cornerhouse

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Hayward Gallery

London, United Kingdom

»  Manchester City Art Gallery

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Sonia Boyce - She Ain’t Holding Them Up - press photograph

Photograph relating to an exhibition, 1989
Published by: South Bank Centre
Year published: 1989
Unpaginated.

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Monochrome photographic press print of Sonia Boyce’s She ain’t Holding Them Up, She’s Holding on (Some English Rose) 218 x 99 cm. Pastel Conte and Crayon on paper, 1986, Cleveland Countty Museum Service.

The following information appeared on the reverse of the print:

COPYRIGHT RESERVED

This photograph may be reproduced only in connection with reviews of the exhibition.

THE OTHER STORY:

Asian, African and Caribbean artists in post-war Britain.

Please return to Art Publicity Dept., The South Bank Centre, Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

Sonya (sic) Boyce

She ain’t Holding The Up, She’s Holding on (Some English Rose) (sic)

218 x 99 cm.

Pastel Conte and Crayon on paper,

Cleveland County Museum Service.

 

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»  Sonia Boyce MBE

Born, 1962 in London, England

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»  Cornerhouse

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Hayward Gallery

London, United Kingdom

»  Manchester City Art Gallery

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

F N Souza - Girl with Goat - press print

Photograph relating to an exhibition, 1989
Published by: South Bank Centre
Year published: 1989
Unpaginated.

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Monochrome photographic press print of F N Souza’s Girl with Goat, 1949, 48 x 30”, Oil on Board, Maria and Shelley Souza.

The following information appeared on the reverse of the print:

COPYRIGHT RESERVED

This photograph may be reproduced only in connection with reviews of the exhibition.

THE OTHER STORY:

Asian, African and Caribbean artists in post-war Britain.

Please return to Art Publicity Dept., The South Bank Centre, Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

F N Souza

Girl with Goat

1949

48 x 30”

Oil on Board

Maria and Shelley Souza.

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»  Francis Newton Souza

Born, 1924 in Goa, India. Died, 2002

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»  Cornerhouse

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Hayward Gallery

London, United Kingdom

»  Manchester City Art Gallery

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

F N Souza - Black Nude - press print

Photograph relating to an exhibition, 1989
Published by: South Bank Centre
Year published: 1989
Unpaginated.

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Monochrome photographic press print of F N Souza’s Black Nude, 1961, 79.5 x 54.5”, Oil on canvas, The Board and Trustees of the Victoria and Albert Museum (formerly Mr and Mrs Ivon Hitchens)

The following information appeared on the reverse of the print:

COPYRIGHT RESERVED

This photograph may be reproduced only in connection with reviews of the exhibition.

THE OTHER STORY:

Asian, African and Caribbean artists in post-war Britain.

Please return to Art Publicity Dept., The South Bank Centre, Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

F N Souza

Black Nude, 1961

79.5 x 54.5”

Oil on canvas

The Board and Trustees of the Victoria and Albert Museum (formerly Mr and Mrs Ivon Hitchens)

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»  Francis Newton Souza

Born, 1924 in Goa, India. Died, 2002

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»  Cornerhouse

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Hayward Gallery

London, United Kingdom

»  Manchester City Art Gallery

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

The Presence of Painting: Aspects of British Abstraction 1957 - 1988

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1988
Published by: South Bank Centre
Year published: 1988
Number of pages: 64
ISBN: 1 8532 0277

Frank Bowling was included in the major touring exhibition, The Presence of Painting: Aspects of British Abstraction 1957 - 1988The exhibition was curated by Michael Tooby and was shown at Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield, 26 November 1988 - 15 January 1989. The exhibition then toured to Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, 28 January - 12 March 1989, and Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 15 April - 20 May 1989. The exhibition was a product of Hayward and Regional Exhibitions, South Bank Centre and came with this 64 page catalogue.

The exhibition showcased work by some 43 artists, including figures such as Gillian Ayres, Alan DavieSir Terry Frost RAPatrick HeronPeter LanyonBen NicholsonBridget Riley, and Sean Scully. In the catalogue, Joanna Drew, then Director, Hayward and Regional Exhibitions, described the exhibition as “formulated on an ambitious scale to draw together particular strands within a 30 year period of abstract painting in Britain.” (page 2).

The major text in the catalogue was provided by its curator, Michael Tooby. His 7 page “Introduction” began with, “The starting point for this exhibition is 1957. It is from this time that abstract painting in this country is said to have reacted against and been influenced by American Abstract Expressionism, which was first shown in Britain in the late 1950s. The diversity of individual responses evident in this exhibition denies such a simple reading. This exhibition explores the nature of ‘abstraction’ in both current and a range of older painting. By isolating particular, painterly spheres ogf interest, such as the nature of the surface, the role of associative titles and attitudes to working processes, the exhibition provides neither a chronology nor an inclusive, systematic reading of the development of British abstract painting. Instead the selection rests on artists who have shared concerns and affinities. The exhibition is structured to provide a close focus on small clear groups of work, and also to allow an understanding of the development and re-alignment of an older generation of painters  whose work has shifted stylistically throughout their careers.

The essay which follows provides an outline of the circumstances surrounding the making and exhibition of certain works within The Presence of Painting, and in so doing makes available references to the considerable literature on abstract art,” (page 3). The span of practitioners in the exhibition was, in age range, particularly broad. The youngest artist represented in the exhibition was Eleanor Wood, born in 1955 in London, and the oldest artist was Ben Nicholson, born, in 1894 in Denham, Buckinghamshire, any dying in 1982, some years before the exhibition was conceived and curated.

Contents as follows:

Acknowledgements - Joanna Drew
Introduction - Michael Tooby
Footnotes (in actuality, Endnotes)
Artists’ plates
photograph of James Hugonin working in his studio
List of exhibiting artists
List of works in the exhibition
Lenders, Index
Credits

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»  Gillian Ayres

Born, 1930 in London

»  Martin Ball

Born, 1948

»  Basil Beattie

Born, 1935 in West Hartlepool

»  Frank Bowling OBE, RA

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

»  Stephen Buckley

Born, 1944 in Leicester

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»  Mappin Art Gallery, Weston Park

Sheffield, United Kingdom