Box 6 Contents – Invitations 1980-89

  1. 5 Black Women – Invite, Africa Centre Gallery ,London 16 September – 14 October 1983
  2. Black Woman Time Now, Battersea Arts Centre, Invite, 30 November – 31 December, 1983
  3. Acava, More Works by Houria Niati, Invite, The Central Space Gallery, 23-29 Faroe Road, London, 8 – 29 April 1984
  4. The Thin Black Line, Invite, ICA, The Mall, London, Opening View 14 November 1985. Handwritten list on reverse by Lubaina Himid
  5. An Exhibition of Pastels and Painting by Houria Niati (ALGERIA), Folding Card Preview Invite, , Africa Centre, Akina Mama, wa Afrika, 38 King Street, WC2, Tuesday 15 March 1986
  6. A Fashionable Marriage 1742 – 1986 Hogarth Himid, Postcard Invite, The Pentonville Gallery, 4 Whitfield Street, London, 27 November – 22 December 1986. Hand written by Lubaina Himid
  7. Summer Exhibition – 30 July – 13 September 1986 and Winter Exhibition 10 – 23 December 1986, 5 January – 24 January 1987. 2 Private View Invites, A4 List and detail of included works. Blond fine Art, 22 Princes Street, London, W1.
  8. Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Paintings 1973-1986, Opening Invitation card, Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London SW1, on Wednesday 6:00 – 8:00pm. Exhibition runs from Thursday 7 April to Sunday 29 May
  9. Pheoris West Recent Works, Exhibition Information card, Peg Alston, 407 Central Park West, #6C, New York City, NY 10025, 2 April – 30 April, 1987
  10. New Robes For MaShulan: Lubaina Himid Works Past and Present. A Room For MaShulan: Maud Sulter & Lubaina Himid, Exhibition Invite x 3, 26 September – 7 November 1987
  11. Stoke-on-Trent City Museum & Art Gallery, Palaces Of Culture – The Great Museum Exhibition, Folding Card Invite, 19 September – 1 November 1987
  12. Charles Sambono, The Modern Eye Of Africa, Exhibition of Paintings, Opening Reception Invite card, Bhownagree Gallery, Commonwealth Institute, Kensington High Street, London, W8 6NQ, 6-8pm on Thursday 15 October, 1987
  13. Bangladesh – A View Point, an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Moshiur Rahman Dedar, Invite card, Bhownagree Gallery, Commonwealth Institute, Kensington High Street, London, W8 6NQ, 6 -8pm,Thursday 7 January, 1988
  14. Mamadou Fall Dabo-An Exhibition of Work, The exhibition will be opened by His Excellency General Idrissa Fall MBE High Commissioner of Senegal, Exhibition Preview Invite card, Africa Centre, 38 King Street, Covent Garden, London WC2 8JT, at 6:00pm on Friday 15 January, 1988
  15. The Essential Black Art, Invite – Chisenhale Gallery, London, 5 February – 5 March 1988
  16. Norman Lewis Works on Paper, Reception Invite card, Sunday 6 March 3-7pm, 1988, Peg Alston, 407 Central Park West, Suite 6C, New York City, NY 10025, Exhibition 6 March-31 March, 1988
  17. Charting The Journey-Writings by Black and Third World Women, Launch Invite, The Women’s Centre, Wesley House, 4 Wild Court, London, WC2, at 7:30pm, Wednesday 9 March, 1988
  18. Contemporary Stone Sculpture from Zimbabwe, Invite card, The Barbican Centre Sculpture Court, Barbican, London, EC1. Opening view at 2:30pm on Thursday 31 March, 1988. Officially opened at 3pm by HRH The Prince of Wales.
  19. Depicting History For Today, Folding Invite, Rochdale Art Gallery, Esplanade, Rochdale, Friday 10 June 1988
  20. Influences Exhibition, Folding Card Invite, South Gallery, London, Preview Invite 8 September 1988. Exhibition 9 – 29 September 1988
  21. Ingrid Pollard, Invite and information slip, Watershed Media Centre, Concourse Gallery, Bristol, Sunday 27 November 1988
  22. Indian Arts Festival Exhibition, Numaish Lalit Kala, Invite, Bluecoat Gallery, School Lane, Liverpool, 1 – 29 October 1988
  23. Gold Blooded Warrior, Folding Invite x 3 and A4 Price List, New Work by Lubaina Himid and Maud Sulter, Tom Allen Centre, Grove Crescent road, Stratford, London, 7 April – 6 May 1988
  24. Black Womans Print Project, Private View Invite card x 3 – Wednesday 18 may, 6:30 – 8:30pm. Co-ordinated by Lubaina Himid and Maud Sulter, Tom Allen Centre, Grove Crescent Road, Stratford, London, 19 May – 10 June 1988
  25. Osi Audu (Nigeria), An Exhibition of Paintings, 15 June – 21 July, Preview Invite card, Africa Centre, 38 King Street, London, WC2E 8JT, 6:30pm on Thursday 15 June, 1988
  26. Rasheed Araeen-From Modernism to Postmodernism A Retrospective: 1959-1987, 23 July – 4 September, Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester. Private View Invite card, 6-8pm on Friday 22 July, 1988
  27. Edmund Tetteh, Private View Invite, Century Galleries, Thames Side, Henley-on- Thames, Oxon, RG9 2LJ, 11:30am on Sunday 31 July, 1988
  28. Edge 88, Opening Party Invite and Exhibition Preview card, Flaxman Gallery, 3 Lever Street, EC1, 8 – 10:30pm on Monday 12 September, 1988
  29. Alnoor Mitha Artist in Residence, 8 October-6 November, Piece Hall Art Gallery, Halifax, Exhibition Preview Invite flyer, 7:30 – 9:00pm on Friday 7 October, 1988
  30. Jimmy Durham-Mataoka Ake Attakulakula Anel Guledisgo Hnihi Pocahontas And The Little Carpenter In London, An Installation, 10 October – 19 October Matt’s Gallery, Opening View Invite card, from 2-5pm on Sunday 9 October, 1988
  31. CRITICAL DIFFERENCE Race, Ethnicity & Culture, Invite card, John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton, Sunday 22 October 1988
  32. The Peg Alston Collection Selected Works, Exhibition Invite card, Sunday 23 October, 3-7pm. Peg Alston, 407 Central Park West, Suite 6C, New York City, NY 10025, Exhibition runs 23 October – 19 November, 1988
  33. Saleem Arif-Shapes In Space: New Paintings, 27 October – 26 November, Private View Invite card, anderson o’day, 255 Portobello Road, London, W11 1LR, at 6:00 – 8:30 on Wednesday 26 October, 1988
  34. Edgar Heap Of Birds-Heh No Wah Maun Stun He Dun-What Makes A Man, An Installation, 28 October – 6 November, Matt’s Gallery, 10 Martello Street, London Fields, London, E8. Exhibition Opening Invite card, from 2-5pm on Sunday 30 October, 1988
  35. Once Upon A Time, An Exhibition of Pictures and Words by Black Women Artists, Aldith Venair, Fiona Walker, Lin Tang and Suandi, Exhibition Opening Invite Card, Friday 4 November at 7:30pm – 9:30pm, Exhibition runs from 4 November – 10 December, 1988, Rochdale Art Gallery, Esplanade, Rochdale, OL16 1AQ
  36. Seed Publications, Children of the Black Triangle, Book Launch Invite card, The Africa Centre, 38 King Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8JT, on Thursday 15 December, 1988
  37. BlackWomanSong, New Works On Paper, Maud Sulter and Lubaina Himid, Invite and exhibition information, Sisterwrite Gallery, 190 Upper Street, London, from 9 December – 7 January 1989
  38. BlackWomanSong, Launch Invite, Sisterwrite Gallery, Friday 9 December – Saturday 7 December 1989
  39. black art : new directions, Folding Invite, Friday 17 February 1989 7.00 – 9.00pm, Stoke-on-Trent City Museum and Art Gallery, Bethesda Street, Hanley. Exhibition dates 18 February – 27 March 1989
  40. Black Art Plotting The Course, Invite, Bluecoat Gallery, School Lane, Liverpool, 4 March – 8 April 1989
  41. Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, Daufuskie Island, Invite, Bloomsbury Gallery, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London, 6 – 16 June 1989
  42. Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, An Illustrated Talk, Daufuskie Island: Location Politic Photography Of The African Diaspora, Invite, Drill Hall Arts Centre, 16 Chenies Street, London, at 2.30pm on Saturday 1 July 1989
  43. The Ballad of the Wing, Lubaina Himid, Invite x 3, one addressed to L Priestly, Chisenhale Gallery, 64 -84 Chisenhale Road, London, 29 June – 29 July 1989
  44. The Ballad of the Wing, Exhibition Invite-Folding card with credit card, Chisenhale Gallery, 64-68 Chisenhale Road, London, July 1989
  45. Yinka Shonibare Recent Paintings, Invite x2, Bedford Hill Gallery, 50 Bedford Hill, London, 8 – 29 July 1989
  46. One Spirit, An Exhibition of Paintings by Dawn Taylor, Invite, Bhownagree Gallery, Commonwealth Institute, Kensington High Street, London, 2 June – 30 July 1989
  47. One Spirit Artists Against Racism, Invite, The 198 Gallery, 198 Railton Road, Herne Hill, London, 6 June – 8 July 1989
  48.  Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, Daufuskie Island Launch Invite, 4 October 1989, Metro Cinema, Green Lane, Derby, 5 October – 12 November 1989
  49. I’m Black – I’m Bajan – I’m British, A photographic installation by David A Bailey, Tom Allen Gallery, Postcard Invite, Grove Crescent Road, Stratford, London, Friday 10 November 1989
  50. Alnoor Mitha Exhibition, Invite and exhibition card, Horizon Gallery, 70 Marchmont Street, London, 1 November – 17 November 1989
  51. Shaheen Merali, New Batiks on the theme of British Colonialism in India, The Fire Or The Garden, 18 January – 18 February, Public Opening Invite x 2, Tom Allen Centre, Grove Crescent Road, Stratford, London, E15 1BJ, 7:00 – 9:30pm on Wednesday 18 January, 1989
  52. Donald Rodney – Crisis, , Chisenhale Gallery, 64-84 Chisenhale Road, London, E3 5EZ, Opening View Invite, 6 – 8pm on Tuesday 17 January, 1989
  53. Zambian Artists, Exhibition of Works, Invite card, The Africa Centre, 38 King Street, London, WC2E 8JT, 6:30pm on Thursday 6 April, 1989
  54. Simone Michelle Alexander-Artist in Residence, Plus One Centre, 17 – 23 October, Exhibition Opening View Invite, Plus Once Centre, Beckhampton Street, Swindon, Saturday 17 October at 1pm
  55. Threads-Sculpture, Painting, Fiber Art and Mixed Media, Farzana Fidai, Rita Keegan, Paula Williams,23 May – 19 June, The Small Mansion Arts Centre, Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London, W3 8LQ. Private View Invite card, 2 – 6pm, Sunday 22 May
  56. Frank Bowling-Recent Paintings & Sculpture, 10 June – 23 July, Exhibition Preview Invite card, Castlefield Gallery, 5 Campfield Avenue Arcade, Off Deansgate, Manchester, on Thursday 9 June at 6pm
  57. Bhajan Hunjan-Recent Works, 11 January – 11 February, Horizon Gallery, 70 Marchmont Street, London, WC1 N1AB, Postcard Private View Invite, posted to Maud Sulter and signed B, at 6pm – 8pm on Wednesday 11 January, 1989
  58. The Other Story-Asian, African and Caribbean Artists in Post-War Britain, 29 November 1989 – 4 February 1990, Hayward Gallery, South Bank Centre, London, Private View Invite x 2, 1 – 8pm on Tuesday 28 November, 1989
  59. It makes Sense! Artworks to touch, smell, see and hear, 24 November to 22 December, Greenwich Citizens Gallery, 151 Powis Street, Woolwich, London, SE18 6JL, A4 Text and Brail Exhibition Preview Invite, 5:30 – 7:30pm Thursday 23 November, 1989
  60. Lloyd McNeil Pastels, Opening invitation Sunday October 15, 1989, from 1 – 7pm. Exhibition runs from 15 October – 11 November 2989. Peg Alston Fine Arts, 407 Central Park West, Suite 6C, New York, New York 10025
  61. FAN Magazine-PASSION Blackwomen’s Creativity Of The African Diaspora, New Issue Celebration Launch Invite card, The Elbow Room, 6 Vine Yard, London, SE1, 7pm on Saturday 3 December in the Nash Room of the ICA, The Mall, London, SW1
  62. Out There Fighting – An Elbow Room Show, 1 December – 10 December, 33 Great Black Artists-Exhibition Launch Invite card x 2 with handwritten note on reverse of one, 12 – 4pm on 4 December at 36 Martello Street, London Fields, London, E8
  63. Cataract- An Exhibition by Donald Rodney, 12 February – 6 March, Exhibition Opening Invite card, Camerawork, 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2, at 6.30 – 8:30pm Tuesday 12 February
  64. ZAMBIA: 25 Years On The Front Line, Retrospective Exhibition Of The Work Of Henry Tayali, Paintings and drawings by Zambia’s outstanding artist. Opening Invitation card, Thursday 9 March at 6:30pm. Exhibition runs from 9 March – 1 April
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