Naming the Money Catalogue – Hatton Gallery 2004

Selected text from Naming The Money Catalogue  The idea of a portrait as the likeness of a person, and to some extent a revelation of the inner character, is turned on its head when examining portraits of black servants. Whilst undoubtedly they often do record appearance, this is rarely their primary purpose. Particularly in those paintings where […]

Open Sesame Tate/Uclan Film Project

Collaborative project led by Professor Lubaina Himid. Open Sesame launched in 2005, reveals black artist’s experiences of the Tate galleries: Tate Britain, Modern, Liverpool and St Ives from both artist and audience points of view. The research included visits to Tate gallery archives, meetings with education officers and other relevant people and several on-going meetings and […]

The Point of Collection

Tate/UCLan Film Project – Making Histories Visible Collaborative project led by Professor Lubaina Himid The Point of Collection is the second DVD and publication research resource document, this time exploring the entire national collection at Tate including accessing works in the Tate store, which are not available to view on the Tate web site. Sample Text […]

Thin Black Line(s) Catalogue

For a Free copy of the beautiful 100 page Thin Black Line(s) Catalogue, full colour and packed with images and information send us your mailing address and email contact details. We also have available a number of copies of the Thin Black Line(s) Brochure – Moments and Connections, just send us your mailing address and email details as above. Map_LH_Tate_Flyer_1 […]

We Face Forward

We Face Forward  – a season of contemporary art and music from West Africa, celebrated across Manchester’s galleries, museums, music venues and public spaces from 2 June to 16 September as part of London 2012 Festival. It is the first major collaboration between Manchester City Galleries and Whitworth Art Gallery. The accompanying 128 page publication […]

A Companion to British Art: 1600 to the Present

Dorothy Rowe Copyright © 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd Editor(s): Dana Arnold, David Peters Corbett Dr Rowe is leader of the Transnational Modernisms Research Cluster She is currently editing a new book entitled German Expressionism: Der Blaue Reiter and its Legacies which had its origins in a major international conference co-organised with Dr Christopher Short (UWIC) and Dr Marko Daniel […]

Women, the arts and globalisation

Edited by Marsha Meskimmon and Dorothy C. Rowe

Creating Memorials, Building Identities

The Politics of Memory in the Black Atlantic Alan Rice has published widely in African American Studies, Transatlantic Cultural Studies and also in Ethnic Studies. His latest monograph project Creating Memorials, Building Identities: The Politics of Memory in the Black Atlantic (Liverpool University Press) was published in 2010.  

Art Dubai’s Marker 2013: A barometer for the African art market?

Article by Christine Eyene See more reviews and  publications at:!/p/publications_22.html

Graphic World of Paul Peter Piech

New publication by Zoe Whitley

The Shadows Took Shape

The exhibition catalogue for The Shadows Took Shape will be available in hardback from November 2013. Essayists include Kodwo Eshun, Alondra Nelson, DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid, Samuel Delany and Peter Shapiro. Also see In Black and White: Prints from Africa and the Diaspora Zoe Whitley is a curator at the V&A. She curated the exhibition […]

Point of Collection DVD

The Point of Collection is the second dvd and publication research resource document this time exploring the entire national collection at Tate including accessing works in the Tate store which are not available to view on the Tate web site. ( Short extract ) More about The Point of Collection

Christine Eyene Essays

Christine Eyene (ed.), “La Parole aux Femmes”. Apt: Fondation Blachere, 2014. “WHERE WE’RE AT! Other Voices on gender”. Brussels: Bozar Books; Milan: Silvana Editoriale, 2014. “L’Art au Féminin: Approches Contemporaines”. Africultures 85, June 2011. with Katrina Schwarz (eds.), “Seeing Ourselves”, Zimbabwe Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennale. Milan: Charta Art Books, 2011. “Yearning for Art: exile, aesthetics […]