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Feast Wagons

The Tetley Gallery, Leeds 2015 Feast Wagons was a collaborative project with Susan Walsh, featuring  a large number of handmade carts and other transportation objects which became artworks in the installation shown at the Tetley Gallery in Leeds in late

Kangas from the Lost Sample Book

Part of COTTON: Global Threads, Whitworth Art Gallery Manchester 2012 Invented texts that evoke a sense of impending danger coupled with our dogged desire to survive. Lubaina Himid is a painter whose recent work has centred on effective ways for artists to

Migrations

Tate Britain, London 2012 Journeys Into British Art – Tate Britain 2012 This exhibition explores British art through the theme of migration from 1500 to the present day, reflecting the remit of Tate Britain Collection displays. From the sixteenth- and

Plan B

Tate St Ives 1999/2000     Shown at Tate St Ives in Cornwall in 1999/2000 after two periods of residency developing ideas and making a series of paperworks, working in the Lifeguards Hut on Porthmeor Beach. Magic tricks, changing light, relentless

Beach House

Wrexham Arts Centre and Tour 1995 The Words  Escape Luxury Self sufficiency Creativity Gathering and Re-using Sea Beach Tides Moon Sky Passion Grandiose Noise= quiet Calm= activity Looking to the future Waving from the shore Birds Longing Desire Wind The

Vernet’s Studio

Transmission Gallery, Glasgow and 5th Havana Biennial, Cuba 1994 A twenty six piece installation featuring art by artists from Georgia O’Keefe to Frieda Kahlo. Audiences were invited to walk amongst the life sized painted wooden cut outs of women from

Five Black Women

Africa Centre, London 1983 5 Black  Women : Exhibition of drawings, paintings and sculpture 5th September to 14th October 1983 Lubaina Himid, Houria Niati, Sonia Boyce, Veronica Ryan, Claudette Johnson The artists have chosen to exhibit together although the work