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Himid, Lubaina (2012)
Publisher: Red Square Design
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects:
The best way for me to begin to discuss any strategy for exhibiting visual art is always to list the artists. I could describe the objects or make clear my philosophy and illustrate the theoretical underpinning which supports \ud the whole project; this will unfold soon but a list of names has to come first. \ud 5 Black Women at the Africa Centre (1983) Covent Garden London \ud Sonia Boyce \ud Veronica Ryan \ud Houria Niati \ud Claudette Johnson \ud Lubaina Himid \ud Black Woman Time Now (1983/4) Battersea Arts Centre London \ud Ingrid Pollard \ud Veronica Ryan \ud Claudette Johnson \ud Sonia Boyce \ud Lubaina Himid \ud Chila Burman \ud Mumtaz Karimjee \ud Houria Niati \ud Jean Campbell \ud Andrea Telman \ud Margaret Cooper \ud Elizabeth Eugene \ud Leslee Wills \ud Cherry Lawrence \ud Brenda Agard \ud The Thin Black Line (1985) Institute of Contemporary Art London \ud Marlene Smith \ud Veronica Ryan\ud Sonia Boyce \ud Claudette Johnson \ud Maud Sulter \ud Chila Burman \ud Brenda Agard \ud Sutapa Biswas \ud Jennifer Comrie \ud Lubaina Himid \ud Ingrid Pollard

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