Box 9 Contents – Press Releases 1983-89

  1. 5 Black Women at the Africa Centre, Exhibition of Drawings, Paintings and Sculpture, Press Release, 5 September to 14 October, 1983
  2. Lubaina Himid, A Fashionable Marriage Exhibition Press Release, The Pentonville Gallery, London, 1986
  3. New Robes For MaShulan, A Room For MaShulan, Lubaina Himid and Maud Sulter, Rochdale Art Gallery, Esplanade, Rochdale, Press Release, Preview Friday 25 September 7.00pm – 9.00pm, 1987. Exhibition runs 26 September – 7 November, 1987
  4. Stone Sculpture From Zimbabwe, , Africa Centre Press Release x 2, Exhibition in the sculpture court at the Barbican Centre, London, January 28, 1988
  5. The Gambia Black Arts Club, Press Release, Gambian Art Breaks New Ground At The Commonwealth Institute, 12 Feb – 20 March, 1988
  6. Paintings and Pastels by Houria Niati, Press Release 29 February 1988 and Flyer, Africa Centre, 38 King Street, London, WC2E 8JT, 9 March Until 2 April, 1988
  7. Sonia Boyce – Recent Work, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Press Release, April 1988
  8. Sri Chinmoy, Fountain-Art A Source of bright beauty, Exhibition Press Release and Gallery Brochure, Horizon Gallery, 70 Marchmont Street, London, WC1N 1AB, 25 May – 25 June, 1988

     

  9. Mine or His-Story – A performance by Sarah Edge, Press Release, Rochdale Art Gallery, Esplanade, Rochdale, 8.30pm 10 June, 1988

     

  10. Derek Watson, Memories of Lancashire, Exhibition Press Release, Rochdale Art Gallery, Esplanade, Rochdale, 11 June – 23 July, 1988

     

  11. Eddie Chambers art about GARVEY, Marcus Garvey ‘The Blackest Star’ Double sided Exhibition Press Release, includes poem by Burning Spear, The Africa Centre Gallery, 38 King Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2 8JT, 7 July – 5 August 1988

     

  12. THE OBSERVATORY A European Video Collection, Press Release, Art Works Space, 2 Sycamore Street, London, EC1, Edge 88 in association with Film & Video Umbrella, 14 September – 25 September, 2-8 pm Daily

     

  13. Once Upon A Time…, Press Release. An exhibition of pictures and words by Aldith Venair, Fiona Walker, Lin Tang and SuAndi. Rochdale Art Gallery, Rochdale, Lancashire, from 5 November – 10 December, 1988

     

  14. Transatlantic Dialogues, Conference and Exhibition Press Release plus Events List, Camerawork, 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, LondonE2, 20 November – 23 December

     

  15. Millie Murray, Author Event from Women’s Press, Press Release, The Black Art Gallery, Seven Sisters Road, London, N4, Thursday 2 June, 7.30 – 10.30

     

  16. PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE, CERAMICS & PRINTS by Contemporary Afro Caribbean Artists, Press Release and Invite, OBAALA, the 198 gallery, 198 Railton Road, Herne Hill, SE24
  17. CONFERENCE: CRITICAL DIFFERENCE – Race, Ethnicity and Culture, Press Release and Torn Map, John Hansard Gallery, The University of Southampton, SO9 5NH, Saturday 22 October, 1988
  18. Working Conference ‘Art from another world’, Press Release and Information, 4 pages, Museum Voor Volkenkunde Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 12 October,
  19. Chanting Heads – A Travelling Sculpture by Keith Piper, Press Release/Information On Soundtrack, 7 pages, An Artangel Presentation, 1988
  20. Donald Rodney, CATARACT – a large scale installation, Press Release, Camerawork, Gallery and Darkroom, 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 0QN, 13 February – 6 March
  21. The Missing Culture Conference, Press Release, House Of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
  22. ALONG THE LINES OF RESISITANCE, An Exhibition of Contemporary Feminist Art, Exhibition Press Release and Performance Art Weekend Information, Cooper Gallery, Church Street, Barnsley, 7 December 1988 – 22 January 1989
  23. Nina Edge: Ceramics, Press Release and Price List, Cooper Gallery, Church Street, Barnsley, 7 December 1988 – 22 January 1989
  24. Donald Rodney, Artists Talk, Press Release, Chisenhale Gallery, 64-68 Chisenhale Road, London, E3 5EZ, 11 February 1989 at 3.00pm
  25. PLOTTING THE COURSE, Press Release with details of Eddie Chambers curating a major touring exhibition and call for entries. Oldham Art Gallery 22 October – 3 December 1988, Wolverhampton Art Gallery 15 December 1988 – 31 January 1989, Bluecoat Art Gallery, Liverpool 25 February – 1 April 1989
  26. ZAMBIA: 25 YEARS ON THE FRONTLINE, Press Release, Focus on Zambia programme at the Africa Centre, 38 King Street, London, WC2E 8JT, Thursday 9 March, 1989
  27. BLACK ART Plotting the Course, Double sided Exhibition Press Release, Exhibition curated by Eddie Chambers, Camden Arts Centre, Arkwright Road, London NW3 6DG.Also showing is IT’S A GOOD THING THAT SHIT SMELLS, an Installation by Tam Joseph and Wendy Jarrett, Both Exhibitions 17 May – 18 June 1989
  28. Daufuskie Island – Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, An Elbow Room Event Press Release and list of works, 1989
  29. The Other Story – Afro Asian Artists in Post-War Britain, Touring Exhibition Press Release and Artist Information, 4 pages, The South Bank Centre, London, September, 1989
  30. ZABAT – MAUD SULTER: PHOTOWORKS, Exhibition Press Release, Rochdale Art Gallery, Esplanade, Rochdale, Launch Friday 29 September 7.00pm – 9.00pm, Show runs from 30 September – 11 November 1989
  31. Revival Of A Dying Art – Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Miniatures, Press Release, Bhownagree Gallery, Commonwealth Institute, Kensington High Street, London, W8 6NQ, Opening and Private View 23 November 1989. Exhibition runs from 23 November 1989 until 14 January 1990
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