“At Home with Vanley Burke”: an immersive installation at the Ikon Gallery

When curators of the recently opened exhibition at the Ikon Gallery invited audiences to feel "At Home with Vanley Burke" (22 July - 27 September 2015) I was  quite cautious about whether a mainstream British art gallery could create a welcoming space that centralised black British social, political and cultural narratives.  However, I immediately overcame my initial skepticism as soon... Continue Reading →

Staying Power: Photographs of Black British Experience 1950s-1990s (V and A Museum, London)

Room 38a at the V&A Museum currently features a series of photographic reflections on black British lived experiences over a period of five decades, captured by selected African and Caribbean diaspora artists and photo journalists who came to prominence between the early '50s and the 1990s. The photographs are a sample of relatively recent acquisitions for the V&A's growing collection... Continue Reading →

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