Some of the best-known names in international art are taking part in the Folkestone Triennial. Artist Lubaina Himid talks to Saga Magazine. http://www.saga.co.uk/magazine/entertainment/days-out/folkestone-triennial-2017 The Folkestone Triennial takers place between 2 September – 5 November with 20 artists taking part including
Badischer Kunstverein is delighted to present the first survey exhibition by British artist Lubaina Himid in Germany. As an artist, writer, and professor, Himid has dedicated her work to the discourse on migration, race, slavery and the representation of the
This exhibition addresses how Europe’s moneyed classes spent their money and flaunted their power and wealth by using enslaved African men, women and children. Lubaina Himid’s major artwork Naming the Money is the central installation to this exhibition and it
Lubaina Himid is one of the speakers at Interdependence: We Need to Talk, organised as part of Manchester International Festival (MIF) during July. Lubaina, who has created the unique set for Interdependence, will give an illustrated talk on art, power,
Warp and Weft is a survey of works by 2017 Turner Prize nominee, Lubaina Himid. Opening 30th June at Firstsite, Colchester, the exhibition runs from 1st July-1st October 10am-5pm Warp and Weft is comprised of three bodies of work in
Lubaina Himid discusses work from her three 2017 exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford, Nottingham Contemporary and Spike Island, Bristol.
Lubaina is one of four artists nominated for the Turner Prize 2017. The other nominees are Hurvin Anderson, Andrea Buttner and Rosalind Nashashibi. For the last five years, the Turner Prize has been staged outside of London every other year
On Thursday 16 March, 2017, Dr Dorothy Price discussed works from Lubaina Himid’s ‘Kangas’ series, with a particular focus on the artist’s work with collage and its relationship to some of the strategies of European modernism.
On Friday 17 February 2017, a public talk between artist Lubaina Himid and art historian Courtney J. Martin took place at Modern Art Oxford. In this event Courtney J Martin focuses their conversation discussion on Himid’s curatorial practice and her
The term “immersive installation” gets a lot of airplay these days, but walking amongst Lubaina Himid’s 100-strong crowd of life sized cut-out painted figures who stride, cavort and play a variety of instruments throughout the Spike Island space in Bristol