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Third Text: The Other Story

Journal relating to an exhibition, 1989
Published by: Kala Press/Black Umbrella
Year published: 1989
Number of pages: 192
ISBN: ISSN 0952-8822

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A4 sized soft cover publication/colour cover, monochrome text and images/issue 8/9 Autumn/Winter 1989, 192 pages. © 1989 Third Text. Published by Kala Press, part of the organisation Black Umbrella (financially assisted by GLA); typeset by Emset, London, NW10, and printed by Whitstable Litho, Kent.

Full title: Third Text - Third world perspectives on contemporary art and culture
Subtitle: The Other Story: AfroAsian Artists in Postwar Britain/Special Issue
Editor: Rasheed Araeen
Associate Editor: Jean Fisher
Editorial Assistants: Tony Fisher, Nikos Papastergiadis

3) Editorial
5) Cynthia Moody - Ronald Moody: A man true to his vision
25) Geeta Kapur - Francis Newton Souza: The Devil in the Flesh
Mary Shemza - Anwar Jalal Shemza: Search for Cultural Identity
79) Guy Brett - David Medalla: From Biokineticism to Synoptic Realism
107) Iqbal Geoffrey - The Oddor Storey AesthETHICS Through a Neovocabulary in Nine Mini-Essays
113) Saleem Arif - Inferno Series
121) Gilane Tawadros - Beyond the Boundary: The Work of Three Black Women Artists in Britain
151) Claribel Clone & Barbara Cortright - Donald Locke: From Pottery to Postmodernism
165) Shelagh Hourahane - Homeland and Foundland: The Sculpture of Avterjeet Dhanjal
173) Hiltrud Steicher & Uzo Egonu - Reflections of Uzo Egonu
183 Rasheed Araeen - Conversation with Kumiko Shimizu

From the Editorial: “Issue number 9 of Third Text is a supplement to the exhibition The Other Story: AfroAsian Artists in Postwar Britain currently on view at London’s Hayward Gallery. The limitations in terms of space and of available information means that both the exhibition and this issue of the journal must been not as definitive statements on the subject but as complementary contributions to what is hoped will be a fruitful and continuing debate on the controversial role AfroAsian artists in relation to art practices in Britain.”

Related people + view all 24

»  Eddie Chambers

Born, 1960 in Wolverhampton, England

»  Donald Locke

Born, 1930 in Stewartville, Guyana. Died, 2010

»  Ronald Moody

Born, 1900 in Kingston, Jamaica. Died, 1984

»  Anwar Jalal Shemza

Born, 1928 in Simla, India. Died, 1985

»  Francis Newton Souza

Born, 1924 in Goa, India. Died, 2002

Related exhibitions

Related venues

»  Cornerhouse

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Hayward Gallery

London, United Kingdom

»  Manchester City Art Gallery

Manchester, United Kingdom

»  Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom