Box 19 Contents – Brochures & Leaflets 1990 – 99

  1. Arts Council Collection Acquisitions 1984-88 Catalogue Volume 3, with detail of image, Scenes from the Life of Toussaint L’Ouverture 1987, by Lubaina Himid on the cover
  2. Women Make Movies Catalogue of Films and Video Supplement 1990 – 91. Cover image from Night Cries by Tracey Moffatt. Women Make Movies, Inc. 225 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012
  3. Nia Centre The Premier Venue for African & Caribbean Culture in the North West, brochure and information sheet, Nia Centre, Chichester Road, Hulme, Manchester, M15 5EU
  4. TSWA Four Cities Project New Works For Different Places September/October 1990 – Derry, Glasgow, Newcastle and Plymouth. Plymouth artists, Richard Deacon, Ron Haselden, Magdalena Jetalova, Vong Phaophanit, Donald Rodney and Darrell Viner. In association with Orchard Gallery, Derry; Third Eye Centre, Glasgow; Projects UK, Newcastle, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth
  5. Manchester City Art Galleries Brochure Exhibitions and Events Programme, March – June 1990. Featuring exhibition The Other Story Asian, African and Caribbean Artists in Britain with image of Scenes from the Life of Toussaint L’Ouverture by Lubaina Himid, Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester
  6. Bluecoat Events Leaflet October – December 1990, featuring the exhibition Let The Canvas Come To Life With Dark Faces, curated by Eddie Chambers. And also showing information on Milap ’90 – Merseyside Festival of Indian Arts
  7. URBAN FOX PRESS 1990 Mail Order Catalogue and order form for fiction and fine art, including work by Maud Sulter, Lubaina Himid, Donald Rodney and Claudette Johnson, includes compliments slip. Urban Fox Press, PO Box 2, Hebden Bridge, W.Yorks, Hx7 6LW
  8. Norwich Gallery Norfolk Institute of Art and Design Spring Term 1991. Leaflet featuring History and Identity Seven Painters Exhibition curated by Eddie Chambers 16 March – 11 May, and also Conference: British Art in a Century of Immigration 15 and 16 March, 1991
  9. Lawrence Higgins Paintings and Prints Gallery Exhibition Leaflet, exhibition runs 14 January – 16 February 1992, Foyer Galleries, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1
  10. Zarina Bhimji I will always be here Icon Gallery exhibition leaflet containing an interview by Sonia Boyce with the artist. Exhibition runs from 4 April – 9 May 1992, Ikon Gallery, 58 – 72 John Bright Street, Birmingham, B1 1BN. Zarina Bhimji image on cover and back.
  11. Rochdale Art Gallery Exhibition Programme Leaflet featuring the exhibition Revenge by Lubaina Himid 16 May – 27 June. Hysteria exhibition by Maud Sulter 8 February – 21 March and also The Fortune Teller exhibition with Karen Knorr, Lorna Simpson and Olivier Richon 16 May – 27 June, 1992
  12. Delta Street META -4 & ROUGH Gallery Exhibition Leaflet, music by Miles Ofosu-Danso, 1992
  13. What’s On May – August 1992 Brochure featuring (p10) Maud Sulter: Hysteria exhibition at the Myles Meehan Gallery, the Arts Centre, Vane Terrace, Darlington from Friday 12 June to Saturday 25 July
  14. THIRD TEXT Third World Perspectives on Contemporary Art & Culture Leaflet incorporating BLACK PHOENIX x 2 (different colours) featuring Adrian Piper, Lubaina Himid, Chila Kumari Burman, Uzu Egonu, Avinash Chandra, Aubrey Williams, Ronald Moody and Wilfredo Lam, 1993
  15. Photogenetic re-viewing the lens of history, Gallery exhibition information brochure with b/w image of Yaa Asantewa (1984) by Lubaina Himid. Exhibition includes Angele Etoundi Essamba, Ayoka Chenzira, Betye Saar, Beverly Buchanan, Carrie Mae Weems, Chila Kumari Burman, Debra J Robinson, Delta Streete, Erika MacPherson, Fiona Foley, Ingrid Pollard, Jeanne Moutoussamy Ashe, Jacqueline Maingard et al, Lorna Simpson, Lubaina Himid, Maud Sulter-Curator, Pratibha Parmar, Robyn Kahukiwa, Sonia Boyce and Tahera Aziz. Street Level Photography Gallery & Workshop, 26 King Street, Glasgow, G1 5QP, from 22/05.95 – 24.06.95
  16. Portfolio Gallery Programme brochure July to December 1995, with Andre Serano cover image. Exhibition information on The Morgue and Other Works by Andre Serano from 12 August – 23 September. The Portfolio Gallery, 43 Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh, EH1 2QB, 1995
  17. Memories of Childhood…so we’re not the Cleavers of the Brady Bunch, Me, Myself & Childhood Memories with Laura Zins, Songs of My People and Marsha Burns: Portrait of America, Exhibition programme card. Memories of Childhood exhibition includes Lubaina Himid, Maud Sulter, Helene Brandt, Beverly Buchanan, Rimma Gerlovina & Valery Gerlovin, Ilisha Helfman, Hung Liu, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Tom Nakashima, Miriam Schapiro, Virginia Beth Shields, Roger Shimomura, Duane Slick, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Theodore Waddell. Diggs Gallery, Winston-Salem State University, 601 Martin Luther King Jr Dr, Winston-Salem, NC 27110. 8 September to 21 October 1995
  18. EL ANATSUI Exhibition brochure with text by Liz Willis. The October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AL. Exhibition runs from 14 September – 21 October, 1995
  19. Aubrey Williams COSMOS series Exhibition brochure with text by Guy Brett. The October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AL. Exhibition runs from 14 December 1995 – 27 January 1996
  20. October Gallery exhibition card with 3 images – Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher Krobo Girls – Ghana 1994, Fante Flag c1940, El Anatsui – At the Ancestors’ Conference II, 1995. Handwritten note on reverse. The October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AL, 1995
  21. Walton Arts Center Joy Pratt Markham Gallery Programme 1995-96 Season. Includes, Memories of Childhood…so we’re not the Cleavers or the Brady Bunch exhibition information with image by Miriam Schapiro. Joy Pratt Markham Gallery, Walton Arts Center 495 West Dickson Street, Fayetteville, AR 72701. Reception on 5 January at 5pm-7pm. Exhibition runs from 2 – 28 January, 1996
  22. Rites of Passage: Art For The End of The Century, Exhibition Guide leaflet written by Simon Wilson. Artists in the exhibition include Robert Gober, Hamad Butt, Mona Hatoum, et al, Tate Gallery Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG. Exhibition runs from 15 June – 3 September, 1995
  23. ALBA Maud Sulter, Exhibition information leaflet with Maud Sulter The Vision of a Poet text. Ormeau Baths Gallery, 18A Ormeau Avenue, Belfast, BT2 8HS, Northern Ireland. Exhibition runs from 5 January – 27 January, 1996
  24. Hayward Exhibitions Guide 19 June – 17 August 1997 including Rhapsodies in Black: Art of The Harlem Renaissance and Glenn Ligon: From Brixton to the South Bank. Hayward Gallery, London
  25. Rhapsodies in Black Art of The Harlem Renaissance, Hayward Gallery Exhibition Brochure with tour dates: Hayward Gallery London 19 June – 17 august 1997, Arnolfini, Bristol 6 September – 19 October, mead Gallery, University of Warwick 1 November – 6 December, M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, san Francisco 17 January – 15 March 1998, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. 1 April – 22 June 1998
  26. YORUBA DIASPORAS Nigeria Cuba Brazil Haiti Trinidad UK USA, Exhibitions brochure includes postcard insert with image by Twins Seven Seven, Rainbow Python in the Moon, 1996. Text by John Picton, Reader in African Art, University of London. The October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AL Yoruba Diasporas I: Metamorphosis 9 October – 15 November 1997 with Emmanuel Taiwo Jegede, Prosper Pierrelouis, Manuel Mendive, Mario Cravo Neto, Z.O.Oloruntoba, Twins Seven Seven. Yoruba Diasporas II: Ancestral Signs 20 November – 20 December 1997 with Osi Audu, LeRoy Clarke, Mestre Didi, James Phillips.
  27. SUAD AL-ATTAR recent works, Dreams and Legends Exhibition brochure and artist information. Leighton House, 12 Holland Park Road, London, W14 8LZ, 1997
  28. Eugene Palmer Recent Paintings Exhibition brochure, including price list, artist biography. Text by Edward Lucie-smith. Duncan Campbell Contemporary Art, 15 Thackeray Street, Kensington Square, London, W8 5ET. Exhibition runs from 8 – 31 October, 1997
  29. Hogarth After Hogarth: A Legacy of Inspiration Exhibition Programme Leaflet. Includes works by Hogarth, George Cruikshank, William Powell Frith, David Hockney and Lubaina Himid. Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London. Exhibition runs from 15 October – 22 March, 1998
  30. Trace The International Exhibition of the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art Tate Liverpool Programme Guide with cover image by Vik Muniz. Exhibition runs from 24 September – 21 November 1999 and also Heaven An Exhibition That Will Break Your Heart runs from 9 December – 27 February 2000
  31. Lubaina Himid Artist in Residence Work in Progress, Tate St Ives Exhibitions and Events guide with image of the artist at work. Tate St Ives, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 1TG. Exhibition runs from 6 March – 18 April 1999
  32. Lubaina Himid Zanzibar, Oriel Mostyn Exhibitions guide May – November 1999 and featuring the exhibition ZANZIBAR Lubaina Himid 28 August – 2 October 1999, with detail of image ‘Never harm a clever man’ by Lubaina Himid. Oriel Mostyn gallery, 12 Heol Vaughan, Llandudno, LL30 1AB, Wales.
  33. Lubaina Himid Zanzibar, Exhibition brochure with text and images by Lubaina Himid published to coincide with the exhibition. Oriel Mostyn gallery, 12 Heol Vaughan, Llandudno, LL30 1AB, Wales. Exhibition organised by Rich Women of Zurich and Oriel Mostyn Gallery, 1999
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