Awarding the honorary doctorate, the presentation address by Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds, Professor Griselda Pollock, began “Lubaina Himid is now hailed as one of the most important and internationally admired artists of our day. Winner of the
The UWE university in Bristol awarded the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Arts to Professor Lubaina Himid in recognition of her contribution to British contemporary art and advocacy of Black artists and their creativity. The honorary degree was conferred at
An entirely new body of work by Turner Prize–winning British artist Lubaina Himid, debuts at the New Museum in New York, marking the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States. The exhibition is curated by Natalie Bell, Associate
How do visual representations shape identity and determine our sense of belonging? This broad and challenging question lies at the heart of Lubaina Himid‘s multilayered practice. A Tanzanian-born, Preston-based artist, curator and cultural activist, Himid’s work aims to ‘fill in the
Interview with Turner Prize winning artist 2017
In conversation with Falke Pisano 7pm 6th June. Preview Thursday 6th June 2019 6.30-8.30pm Hollybush Gardens gallery. Falke Pisano installation opens 7 June runs 7-22 June 2019.
Artist Lubaina Himid was Lauren Lauverne’s guest this week on Desert Island Disks on BBC Radio 4 – listen here https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0005mfp
Invisible Narratives is an exhibition curated by Lubaina Himid at the Newlyn Art Gallery in Cornwall, featuring work from Lubaina Himid, Magda Stawarska-Beavan and Rebecca Chesney. The exhibition runs from 23rd March – 15th June 2019 “A rural ecologist, an
Lubaina Himid is featured in the Sharjah Biennial 14: Leaving the Echo Chamber, in the exhibition Making New Time curated by Omar Kholeif. The exhibition showcases a newly commissioned group of paintings by Pacheco. Also featured are a combination of
LThis is the first extensive monograph on the work of British artist and Turner Prize winner, Lubaina Himid. Including the artist’s own writing from the 1990s to the present day, alongside archival images, and documentation from recent exhibitions and projects.