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Jelly Mould Pavilion

Northern Art Prize, Leeds Art Gallery 2011 What are monuments for? Creative Times – Northern Art Prize Northern Art Prize – Lubaina Himid in Conversation   Liverpool Museums 2010 Imagine which Jelly Mould Pavilion you might choose to celebrate the

Uncomfortable Truths

Victoria and Albert Museum London 2007 The bi-centenary of the parliamentary abolition of the British slave trade took place in 2007. To commemorate this landmark year, not just in British history but in human history, the V&A held number of

Kangas and Other Stories

Peg Alston Gallery New York 2008 An exhibition of paper-works and paintings on small canvases.   “They are narratives in intricate patterns, with small portraits and natural objects like shells and plants, as an inspiration for the courage to be bold about

Talking on Corners, Speaking in Tongues

Harris Museum & Art Gallery 2007 Talking On Corners Speaking In Tongues  was a mini retrospective at the Harris Art Gallery and Musuem showing work from selected exhibitions including : Uncomfortable Truths at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London Fabrications

Swallow Hard: The Lancaster Dinner Service

Swallow Hard: The Lancaster Dinner Service Judges Lodgings Lancaster 2007 During 2007 the Lancashire Museums commissioned contemporary artist Lubaina Himid to produce an installation at the Judges’ Lodgings. The installations are her responses to Lancaster’s involvement in the slave trade and

Naming the Money

Hatton Gallery, Newcastle 2004 Victoria & Albert Museum London (part of Uncomfortable Truths) and Harris Art Gallery, Preston 2007 (part of Talking On Corners) Naming the Money is a spectacular installation made up of 100 life-size painted cut-out figures. This is the story

Fabrications

CUBE Manchester 2002 Fabrications : New Art and Urban Memory The publication documents Fabrications – an exhibition at CUBE, 11 September – 2 November 2002 featuring new works by Sarah Carne, Adam Chodzko, Nathan Coley, Layla Curtis, Lubaina Himid and

Revenge

Rochdale Art Gallery and South Bank Centre, London 1992,  Tate Britain 2012    Revenge – A masque in five tableaux Revenge is a new series of work, taking its place at the forefront of the art of the 1990’s, representing