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Going naive to expose the cruelty of Empire

Article relating to an exhibition, 1992
Published by: Daily Post
Year published: 1992
Unpaginated.

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A4 landscape single sheet/photocopied from original/Daily Post, Saturday October 31, 1992/Arts and Entertainment section, p.9/Incomplete.

Article in reference to Trophies of Empire exhibition - contains a photograph with the caption: “Paul Clarkson with one of his works at the Bluecoat. Photograph by Tony Kenwright.”
Title: Going native to expose the cruelty of Empire
Subtitle: Trophies of Empire, Bluecoat gallery - Review by Diane Massey

from the article: “Going Native has a serious sub-text of colonisation, whether cultural or political. This is also the theme tackled more heavily elsewhere in Trophies of Empire, most effectivly by Junginder Lamba’s garden based sculpture The Cry.”

Related people + view all 7

»  Juginder Lamba

Born, 1948 in Nairobi, Kenya

»  Shaheen Merali

Born, 1959 in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

»  Veena Stephenson

Born, 1962

Related exhibitions

»  Trophies of Empire

Group show at The Bluecoat Gallery. 1992

Related venues

»  The Bluecoat Gallery

Liverpool, United Kingdom