British Black Art in the 1980s: Visualising the Political Aesthetics of Sufferation, Resistance and Liberation

PRELUDE: Reflections from Stuart Hall about the history and significance of the British 'Black Art' movement during the 1980s: "This new 'horizon' produced a polemical and politicised art: a highly graphic, iconographic art of line and montage, cut-out and collage, image and slogan: the 'message' often appearing too pressing, too immediate, too literal, to brook... Continue Reading →

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