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THE WORK BETWEEN US: BLACK BRITISH ARTISTS & EXHIBITION HISTORIES Wednesday 20 January 2016 Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK #WorkBetweenUs @AHRC_BAM Dr Sophie Orlando (presented by Ella S. Mills) The Other Story, La Méprise The Méprise is a French term that evokes Godard’s major film Contempt (1963), relating tradition and modernity in cinema’s history. It also […]

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Shaneka Tara Williams, a Black British visual artist currently undertaking a BA in Fine Art and Art History at Liverpool Hope University, offers her thoughts on BAM’s ‘The Work Between Us’ symposium at the Bluecoat, Liverpool, 20 January 2016. Throughout my art education I’ve been introduced to a number of artists whose practice continues to be […]

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THE WORK BETWEEN US: BLACK BRITISH ARTISTS & EXHIBITION HISTORIES Wednesday 20 January 2016 Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK #WorkBetweenUs @AHRC_BAM Bryan Biggs Trophies of Empire Trophies of Empire was a series of commissions that Bluecoat, working with partners in Liverpool, Bristol and Hull, presented in 1992-93 against the backdrop of the Columbus Quincentenary and the […]

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THE WORK BETWEEN US: BLACK BRITISH ARTISTS & EXHIBITION HISTORIES Wednesday 20 January 2016 Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK #WorkBetweenUs @AHRC_BAM Jean Hui Ng 30 years of exhibitions at the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art In March 1988, The Arts Council of England published a Cultural Diversity Action Plan wherein it defined Black Arts as African, […]

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THE WORK BETWEEN US: BLACK BRITISH ARTISTS & EXHIBITION HISTORIES Wednesday 20 January 2016 Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK #WorkBetweenUs @AHRC_BAM Dr Anjalie Dalal-Clayton Re-Cognising Black Skin/Bluecoat Black Skin/Bluecoat was a four-week exhibition staged at the Bluecoat in Liverpool in 1985, and showcased the work of four black British artists: Sonia Boyce, Eddie Chambers, Tam Joseph […]

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THE WORK BETWEEN US: BLACK BRITISH ARTISTS & EXHIBITION HISTORIES Wednesday 20 January 2016 Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK #WorkBetweenUs @AHRC_BAM Dr Alice Correia Where are the South Asian Artists? The Horizon Gallery Responds to The Other Story Between January and April 1990 The Horizon Gallery, London, staged a series of four exhibitions, showing the work […]

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THE WORK BETWEEN US: BLACK BRITISH ARTISTS & EXHIBITION HISTORIES Wednesday 20 January 2016 Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK #WorkBetweenUs @AHRC_BAM   Professor Paul Goodwin Eleven Years: Notes Towards A Pre-History of The Other Story The Other Story exhibition, curated by Rasheed Araeen, opened at London’s Hayward Gallery in November 1989 and ran until February 1990. […]

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THE WORK BETWEEN US: BLACK BRITISH ARTISTS & EXHIBITION HISTORIES Wednesday 20 January 2016 Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK #WorkBetweenUs @AHRC_BAM   WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS Marie-Anne McQuay, Professor Sonia Boyce   Part One – The Other Story: Origins, Opinions and Outcomes Introduced and moderated by Dr Anjalie Dalal-Clayton  

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As part of the Black Artists & Modernism project, there are unfolding discussions amongst the research team and with scholars, artists, curators and other engaged publics.

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