Full CV

Lubaina Himid MBE

 

Recent exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions

 

Group Exhibitions

  • 2013 Keywords, Iniva London
  • 2012 Cotton Global Threads, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
  • 2011/12 Thin Black Line(s, Tate Britain, London
  • 2011 Hunter Gatherers, Project Space, Leeds
  • 2011 Northern Art Prize – Jelly Pavilions, Leeds Art Gallery
  • 2009 Myth + History, The Bristol Gallery
  • 2007 Uncomfortable Truths Victoria & Albert Museum, London
  • 2006 Migratory Aesthetics, Leeds University, Yorkshire
  • 2004/5 Distance No Object, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
  • 2002 Fabrications, C.U.B.E. Manchester
  • 2002 Games People Play, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
  • 2001 Nothing But Facts, Lavatoio Contumaciale, Rome
  • 2001 Representing Britain, Tate Britain, London
  • 1999 1980s Figurative Painting, Birmingham City Art Gallery
  • 1998 Memory Walking, City Art Gallery, Wellington NZ
  • 1997-98 Transforming the Crown, Studio Museum, New York
  • 1997-99 Crossings, Track 17 & USA Tour, Los Angeles
  • 1997 M.A.G. Collection, Ferens Gallery, Hull & Touring
  • 1997 Representing Women, Nottingham Trent University
  • 1997 Hogarth on Hogarth, Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
  • 1995 Word Not Found, Trier, Germany
  • 1995 Photogenetic, Streetlevel Gallery, Glasgow & Tour
  • 1994 Group Show, Corr Contemporary Art, London
  • 1994 Memories of Childhood, Steinbaum Kraus Gallery, New York.
  • 1994 Seen/Unseen Bluecoat Gallery Liverpool.
  • 1994 Vernet’s Studio 5th Havana Biennale, Cuba
  • 1993 Greetings, Steinbaum Kraus Gallery, New York
  • 1992 Columbus Drowning Rochdale Art Gallery
  • 1992 Women’s Art At New Hall New Hall College, Cambridge.
  • 1991 Treatise on The Sublime University of California, USA
  • 1990 The Transformation of the Object Grazer Kunstverein & Vienna Fine Art Academy
  • 1990-91 Heritage, Impressions Gallery York & British Tour
  • 1989-90 The Other Story, Hayward Gallery, London & British Tour
  • 1988-89 Along The Lines of Resistance, Cooper Art Gallery, Barnsley & British Tour
  • 1988 Passion, The Elbow Room, London
  • 1988 Blackwomansong, Sisterwrite Gallery, London
  • 1988 Gold Blooded Warrior, Tom Allen Centre, London.
  • 1988 Depicting History For Today, Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield & British Tour
  • 1987 Palaces of Culture, Stoke Art Gallery & British Tour.
  • 1987 The State of the Art, I.C.A London.
  • 1986 FromTwo Worlds, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
  • 1985 The Thin Black Line, I.C.A. London
  • 1984 Heroes and HeroineS, Black Art Gallery, London
  • 1984 Into The Open, Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield
  • 1983 Black Woman Time Now, Battersea Arts Centre, London
  • 1983 Five Black Women, Africa Centre, London.

 

Collections – Works are held in several public and private collections:

  • Magic Carpet Fly – Tate Britain, London
  • Between the Two my Heart is Balanced – Tate Britain, London
  • Ankledeep – Tate Britain, London
  • Toussaint l’Ouverture – Arts Council Collection
  • Fashionable Marriage Paperworks – Victoria & Albert Museum London
  • Plan B – Birmingham City Art Gallery
  • My Parents Their Children – Birmingham City Art Gallery
  • Hannibal’s Sister – Harris Museum & Art Gallery
  • Spinster Salt’s Collection – New Hall College, Cambridge
  • Venetian Maps – Rochdale Art Gallery
  • Naming The Money – International Slavery Museum Liverpool
  • We Will Be – Walker Art Gallery Liverpool

 

Selected Curatorial work includes –

  • Director Elbow Room 1986 –
  • 1990 Claudette Johnson – Rochdale Art Gallery
  • 1989 Critical, Donald Rodney – Rochdale Art Gallery
  • 1986 Unrecorded Truths – Elbow Room London
  • 1985 The Thin Black Line – I.C.A. London
  • 1984 Into The Open – Mappin Gallery Sheffield
  • 1984 Black Woman Time Now – Battersea Arts Centre
  • 1983 Five Black Women – Africa Centre London

 

Board/Panel Membership

  • Director –Project Space Leeds
  • 2013 – Trustee – Lowry Arts Centre Manchester
  • 2009- 2011 Arts Council England Visual Arts
  • 2005 Creative Partnerships East Lancs
  • 2004 Arts Council England North West
  • 2002-2005 Matts Gallery London
  • 2000-2005 Tate Liverpool Council
  • 2005- Arts Council Visual Arts Panel
  • 1985-87 Greater London Arts Association, Visual Arts Panel Society memberships
  • 2004 – Fellow – Royal Society for the Arts