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Installation view of Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead with InIVA at Rivington Place in London, 13th September–24th November, 2012

 

Kimathi Donkor is a contemporary artist who lives and works in London, England. His solo exhibitions include Some Clarity of Vision at Gallery MOMO (Johannesburg, 2015), Queens of the Undead at Iniva (London, 2012) and Fall/Uprising at the Bettie Morton Gallery, (London, 2005). Group exhibitions include the Diaspora Pavilion (57th Venice Biennale, 2017), Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time at the New Art Exchange (Nottingham, 2017) and the 29th São Paulo Biennial (Brazil, 2010). He is the recipient of awards, residencies and commissions including the 2011 Derek Hill Painting Scholarship for The British School at Rome.

Born in Bournemouth, England, Dr Donkor earned his PhD at Chelsea College of Arts in 2016. He also holds an MA degree from Camberwell College of Art and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College. He is of Ghanaian, Anglo-Jewish and Jamaican family heritage, and as a child lived in rural Zambia and the English westcountry.

Donkor's work re-imagines mythic and legendary encounters across Africa and its global Diasporas, principally in painting, but also through drawing, video, assemblage, collage, digital design, performance and installation. Large paintings address historic figures like
Toussaint L'Ouverture and Harriet Tubman, as well as contemporary themes such as urban political dissent or the pursuit of leisure, beauty and knowledge. Writing about his work can be found in journals and books including Black Artists in British Art: A History Since the 1950s (Chambers, 2014).

Art by Kimathi Donkor is held in private and public collections internationally and in the UK, including at
The Wolverhampton Art Gallery, the International Slavery Museum and the Sindika Dokolo Foundation. He is represented by Gallery MOMO in Johannesburg, by Omenka Gallery in Lagos and by Ed Cross Fine Art in London.
Kimathi Donkor is a contemporary artist who lives and works in London, England. His solo exhibitions include Some Clarity of Vision at Gallery MOMO (Johannesburg, 2015), Queens of the Undead at Iniva (London, 2012) and Fall/Uprising at the Bettie Morton Gallery, (London, 2005). Group exhibitions include the Diaspora Pavilion (57th Venice Biennale, 2017), Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time at the New Art Exchange (Nottingham, 2017) and the 29th São Paulo Biennial (Brazil, 2010). He is the recipient of awards, residencies and commissions including the 2011 Derek Hill Painting Scholarship for The British School at Rome.

Born in Bournemouth, England, Dr Donkor earned his PhD at Chelsea College of Arts in 2016. He also holds an MA degree from Camberwell College of Art and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College. He is of Ghanaian, Anglo-Jewish and Jamaican family heritage, and as a child lived in rural Zambia and the English westcountry.

Donkor's work re-imagines mythic and legendary encounters across Africa and its global Diasporas, principally in painting, but also through drawing, video, assemblage, collage, digital design, performance and installation. Large paintings invoke historic figures like
Toussaint L'Ouverture and Harriet Tubman, as well as contemporary themes such as urban political dissent or the pursuit of leisure, beauty and knowledge. Writing about his work can be found in journals and books including Black Artists in British Art: A History Since the 1950s (Chambers, 2014).

Art by Kimathi Donkor is held in private and public collections internationally and in the UK, including at
The Wolverhampton Art Gallery, the International Slavery Museum and the Sindika Dokolo Foundation. He is represented by Gallery MOMO in Johannesburg, by Omenka Gallery in Lagos and by Ed Cross Fine Art in London.
EDUCATION

PhD
Chelsea College of Arts, 2016

MA Degree Fine Art
Camberwell College of Arts, 2010

PGCE Art & Design
Goldsmiths College, 1990

BA (Hons) Degree Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, 1987

Foundation Diploma Fine Art Bournemouth & Poole College of Art, 1984



SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS



2015, Some Clarity of Vision,
Gallery MOMO, Johannesburg, South Africa (8 September–12 October 2015)

2013, Daddy, I Want To Be A Black Artist
Peckham Platform, London (24 September–24 November 2013)

2012, Queens of The Undead
Iniva: Rivington Place, London (12 September–24 November 2012)

2008, Hawkins & Co
Market Place Theatre Gallery, Armagh, N Ireland (9 May–7 June,2008)

2005, Fall/Uprising
Bettie Morton Gallery, London (4 November–3 December 2005)

2005, Caribbean Passion: Haiti 1804
Art Exchange Gallery, Nottingham (touring) (5 October–18 November, 2005)

2004, Caribbean Passion: Haiti 1804
Bettie Morton Gallery, London (4 November–28 November 2004)


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS



2017, Diaspora Pavilion, Venice Biennale

Palazzo Pisani S. Marina, Venice, Italy

2017, Selling The Shadow
C-Gallery, Milan, Italy

2017, Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time
New Art Exchange, Nottingham, England

2017, 154: Contemporary African Art
Pioneer Works, New York, USA

2016, EXPO Projects
EXPO Chicago, Chicago Il, USA

2016, Black Art in Focus
The Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, England

2016, Peckham Platform Retrospective
Peckham Platform, London, England

2015, Defining the Narrative
Gallery MOMO, Cape Town, South Africa

2015, 154: Contemporary African Art
Somerset House, London, England

2015, They Came from Outer Space
The Goethe Institute, Johannesburg, South Africa

2015, Deptford X—Deptford Conversation
Deptford X Gallery, London

2014, JoBurg Art Fair
With Gallery MOMO at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.

2013, Entre Trânsitos e Viagens
Xerem at Carpinaria São Lazaro, Lisbon, Portugal

2013-2014, What’s Going On?
The Usher Gallery, Lincoln, UK

2012, Invisible Forces
Furtherfield Gallery, London

2011, Seven things to do in an emergency
British School at Rome, Italy

2011, Precious Little
St Martin-in-the-Fields, London

2010, Ha sempre um copo de mar para um homem navegar
29th Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

2008, Hawkins & Co
Contemporary Urban Centre, Liverpool

2007, Hawkins & Co
Elspeth Kyle Gallery, London

2006, Telltale
Elspeth Kyle Gallery, London

2005, Orature
Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London

2004, Historicism
198 Gallery, London

2003, The Jamaican Influence
The Fridge Gallery, London

1987, Creation for Liberation
Brixton Library, London

1986, Young, Black & Here
People's Gallery, London

1986, Monti Wa Marumo
Brixton Art Gallery, London

1985, Creation for Liberation
Brixton Recreation Centre, London

1985, Black Artists for Azania
Upper Street Gallery, London

1985, Artists Against Apartheid
Royal Festival Hall, London



SELECTED AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES



2016-18, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
Two-year fellowship with the TrAIN research Centre at Chelsea College of Arts, London.

2015, Artist in Residence
Two-month invitational studio residency and solo exhibition at Gallery Momo in Johannesburg, South Africa.

2015, Gate Curate Artist in Residence
Two-month invitational residency and exhibition at the Gate Theatre, Notting Hill, London. Supported by the Chelsea Arts Club Trust.

2013, Xerem/Triangle Network
Two-week invitational studio residency with the International Artists’ Workshop in Lisbon, Portugal.

2011, Derek Hill Foundation Scholarship Award
Three-month invitational studio residency with the British School at Rome in Rome, Italy.

2010, Joya Residency
Two-week studio residency at Cortijada Los Gázquez in Almeria, Spain.


BOOKS AND CATALOGUES



Black Artists in British Art: A History from 1950 to the Present
By Eddie Chambers; published by I.B. Tauris, (London and New York, 2014) ISBN 978-1-7807-6271-5

The Haitian Revolution in the Literary Imagination
By Philip K Kaisary; published by University of Virginia Press, (London and Charlottesville, 2014) ISBN 978-0-8139-3546-1

African Futures
By Lien Heidenreich-Seleme and Sean O’Toole (editors); published by Kerber, (Bielefeld, 2016) ISBN 978-3-7356-0186-5

Offline: Between Transits and Journeys
By Andreia Páscoa and Mónica de Miranda (editors); published by XEREM Associação Cultural, (Lisbon, 2014) ISBN 978-989-97183-1-9

Class Wargames: Ludic subversion against spectacular capitalism
By Richard Barbrook; Released by Minor Compositions; distributed by Autonomedia (New York, Oct 2014) ISBN 978-1-57027-293-6

Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead
By David Dibosa, Tessa Jackson, Carol Tulloch & Grant Watson; published by Iniva, (London, 2012) ISBN 978-1-899846-54-6

Art History for Filmmakers: The Art of Visual Storytelling
By Gillian McIver published by Bloomsbury Academic (London & New York, 2016) ISBN 978-1472580658

Fine Arts 2011-2012
By Jacopo Benci (editor); published by the British School at Rome, (Rome, 2012) ISBN 978-0-904152-64-7

29th Bienal Documentation
By Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias; published by the Fundação de Bienal São Paulo, (São Paulo, 2011) ISBN 978-85-85298-37-1

29th Bienal Catalogue
By Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias (editors); published by the Fundação de Bienal São Paulo, (São Paulo, 2010) ISBN 978-85-85298-33-3


COLLECTIONS

Works are held in public and private collections in the UK and internationally, including by the Sindika Dokolo Foundation, the African Arts Trust, the Wolverhampton Art Gallery and the International Slavery Museum


CURATING



2012, Happening to Be
The Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. (10th September–27th October)
Commissioned by Shades of Noir/UAL to curate a multi-disciplinary exhibition featuring works by Yinka Shonibare MBE, Trevor Robinson CBE, Ngozi Onwurah, Professor Andrew Ramroop OBE and Professor Ablade Glover OBE.

2007-2008, Hawkins & Co.
Elspeth Kyle Gallery, London, (8th–30th March 2007); The Contemporary Urban Centre, Liverpool, (7th March–5th May 2008)
Commissioned by CUC to curate a touring group exhibition of contemporary art featuring work by Kofi Achiampong, Faith Bebbington, Donna Berry, Jean-François Boclé, Marcia Brown, Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy MBE, Paul Clarkson, Kimathi Donkor, Corrine Edwards, Joelle Ferly, Raimi Gbadamosi, Tam Joseph, George ‘Fowokan’ Kelly, Keith Piper, Barbara Walker, Pauline Wiggins, Jane Woolner.



ART EDUCATION PROJECTS & WORKSHOPS



2013, Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist
Seminars and museum visits with the Leaders of Tomorrow black youth group based in Peckham, London.

2012, Memory Styx
Drawing master class for 16–24 year olds at InIVA, Rivington Place, London.

2009-2011, Seeing Through
Studio workshops and museum visits for 12–18-year-old looked after young people at Tate Britain.

2009-2010 Anti-bully
Photography workshops for 12–18-year-old looked after young people at at Ealing Horizons, London.

2009, The Engine Room
Studio workshop and museum visits for staff and volunteers of Ealing Horizons.

2009, Be Inspired
Museum visit and workshop for 12-16 year olds with Lewisham Youth Offender Service, London.

2007-2009 Positive Reinforcement / Escapism / Who Me?
Classroom-based visiting artist projects with secondary and primary schools in London.

2007, Creative Roundtable
Museum education planning seminar at Kenwood House, London.


MEDIA ARTICLES



2017, A-N, A Q&A with… Kimathi Donkor, Diaspora Pavilion artist at Venice Biennale 2017
2017, This Is: Contemporary Art Magazine,
Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time
2016, Omenka Magazine,
In conversation with Kimathi Donkor
2015, Art Africa,
In conversation with Kimathi Donkor
2015, Destiny Connect,
Setting Up New Relationships
2015, The Times,
Princess Politics—Women on top: Subverting subordination
2015, Mail & Guardian,
Gallery Momo: No titles enable your own take
2015, Lacuna,
An interview with Kimathi Donkor
2013, Visual Culture in Britain,
Reading the Riot Act
2013, FAD,
Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist review and interview
2013, Absolutely,
Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist interview
2013, The Voice,
Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist interview
2013, The Guardian,
Jonathan Jones blog
2013, Arise TV,
Arts and Culture Show interview
2012, Frieze Magazine,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Art Forum,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, ArtInfo,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Buala,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, The Guardian newspaper,
The Black Ghosts Haunting Downtown Abbey
2012, Africa 21,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Hackney Citizen,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Resonance FM,
African Essence
2012, The Voice,
Resurrecting the Past
2012, www.MsAfropolitan.com,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Guardian Series (North London),
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Destination Hackney,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Iniva,
Queens of the Undead interview
2012,
Class Wargames, Online interview
2011, www.theoctopusjournal.org,
Imaging and Re-Imagining the Neo-Liberal: Brixton and its Discontents
2010, www.estadao.com.br,
Início do conteúdo O americano que provoca na bienal
2010, Les Echos,
On a retrouvé les tableaux de Michel Houellebecq
2010, Agencia Brasil,
Sao Paulo Biennial review
2010, The Art Newspaper,
Sao Paulo Biennial preview
2010, Murmurart.com,
Askew in the Garden of Desire review
2010, Colour Code,
Visual Memories of Slavery...,
2008, Kola E-Zine, Haiti article
2008, Colourful Radio Nina Jones show,
Hawkins & Co Interview
2008, Liverpool Metro,
Hawkins & Co Review
2008, Nerve,
Hawkins & Co Review
2007, Nubiart Sound Radio,
Hawkins & Co Review
2007, Freedom Songs, ‘
Toussaint at Bedourette’ reproduction
2007, Culture 24,
Hawkins & Co Review
2007, Colourful Radio,
Afternoon Delight interview
2006, Untold London,
Telltale Review
2005, Art Knowledge News,
Police try to censor Brixton riots exhibition
2005, Art Daily
Police try to censor Brixton riots exhibition
2005, ArtsHub,
Art Thought & Memory
2005, Time Out,
Brixton gallery raided by the Met
2005, BBC London Radio, Dotun Adebayo Show
Interview
2005, BBC Nottingham,
Caribbean Passion Review
2005, Black Heritage Today,
Justice in a Brush stroke
2004, New Nation,
Our History on Canvas
2004, London Evening Standard, Metro
Pick of the Week
1985, City Limits,
Creation for Liberation Review



SELECTED FINE ART TEACHING


2012–17 University of the Arts, London Associate Lecturer; Senior Lecturer: BA Fine Art/MFA (Wimbledon, Chelsea, Camberwell, CSM)
2017, Royal College of Art,
Visiting Lecturer: MRes Fine Art
2016-17, Middlesex University, London,
Visiting Lecturer; MA Fine Art
2015-16, Goldsmith College, London,
Associate Lecturer; BA Visual Cultures

SELECTED ARTIST’S TALKS AND LECTURES



2017, Royal Academy, London, Black Art and Activism
2016, Wolverhampton Art Gallery,
Black Art in Focus
2015, Tate Britain, London,
The Black Subject: Ancient to Modern
2007, National Maritime Museum, London:
Voiceless Odysseys

2007, Imperial War Museum:
Escapism


EDUCATION

PhD
Chelsea College of Arts, 2016

MA Degree Fine Art
Camberwell College of Arts, 2010

PGCE Art & Design
Goldsmiths College, 1990

BA (Hons) Degree Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, 1987

Foundation Diploma Fine Art Bournemouth & Poole College of Art, 1984



SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS



2015, Some Clarity of Vision,
Gallery MOMO, Johannesburg, South Africa (8 September–12 October 2015)

2013, Daddy, I Want To Be A Black Artist
Peckham Platform, London (24 September–24 November 2013)

2012, Queens of The Undead
Iniva: Rivington Place, London (12 September–24 November 2012)

2008, Hawkins & Co
Market Place Theatre Gallery, Armagh, N Ireland (9 May–7 June,2008)

2005, Fall/Uprising
Bettie Morton Gallery, London (4 November–3 December 2005)

2005, Caribbean Passion: Haiti 1804
Art Exchange Gallery, Nottingham (touring) (5 October–18 November, 2005)

2004, Caribbean Passion: Haiti 1804
Bettie Morton Gallery, London (4 November–28 November 2004)


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS



2017, Diaspora Pavilion, Venice Biennale

Palazzo Pisani S. Marina, Venice, Italy

2017, Selling The Shadow
C-Gallery, Milan, Italy

2017, Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time
New Art Exchange, Nottingham, England

2017, 154: Contemporary African Art
Pioneer Works, New York, USA

2016, EXPO Projects
EXPO Chicago, Chicago Il, USA

2016, Black Art in Focus
The Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, England

2016, Peckham Platform Retrospective
Peckham Platform, London, England

2015, Defining the Narrative
Gallery MOMO, Cape Town, South Africa

2015, 154: Contemporary African Art
Somerset House, London, England

2015, They Came from Outer Space
The Goethe Institute, Johannesburg, South Africa

2015, Deptford X—Deptford Conversation
Deptford X Gallery, London

2014, JoBurg Art Fair
With Gallery MOMO at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.

2013, Entre Trânsitos e Viagens
Xerem at Carpinaria São Lazaro, Lisbon, Portugal

2013-2014, What’s Going On?
The Usher Gallery, Lincoln, UK

2012, Invisible Forces
Furtherfield Gallery, London

2011, Seven things to do in an emergency
British School at Rome, Italy

2011, Precious Little
St Martin-in-the-Fields, London

2010, Ha sempre um copo de mar para um homem navegar
29th Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

2008, Hawkins & Co
Contemporary Urban Centre, Liverpool

2007, Hawkins & Co
Elspeth Kyle Gallery, London

2006, Telltale
Elspeth Kyle Gallery, London

2005, Orature
Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London

2004, Historicism
198 Gallery, London

2003, The Jamaican Influence
The Fridge Gallery, London

1987, Creation for Liberation
Brixton Library, London

1986, Young, Black & Here
People's Gallery, London

1986, Monti Wa Marumo
Brixton Art Gallery, London

1985, Creation for Liberation
Brixton Recreation Centre, London

1985, Black Artists for Azania
Upper Street Gallery, London

1985, Artists Against Apartheid
Royal Festival Hall, London



SELECTED AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES



2016-18, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
Two-year fellowship with the TrAIN research Centre at Chelsea College of Arts, London.


2015, Artist in Residence
Two-month invitational studio residency and solo exhibition at Gallery Momo in Johannesburg, South Africa.

2015, Gate Curate Artist in Residence
Two-month invitational residency and exhibition at the Gate Theatre, Notting Hill, London. Supported by the Chelsea Arts Club Trust.

2013, Xerem/Triangle Network
Two-week invitational studio residency with the International Artists’ Workshop in Lisbon, Portugal.

2011, Derek Hill Foundation Scholarship Award
Three-month invitational studio residency with the British School at Rome in Rome, Italy.

2010, Joya Residency
Two-week studio residency at Cortijada Los Gázquez in Almeria, Spain.


BOOKS AND CATALOGUES



Black Artists in British Art: A History from 1950 to the Present
By Eddie Chambers; published by I.B. Tauris, (London and New York, 2014) ISBN 978-1-7807-6271-5 The Haitian Revolution in the Literary Imagination
By Philip K Kaisary; published by University of Virginia Press, (London and Charlottesville, 2014) ISBN 978-0-8139-3546-1

African Futures
By Lien Heidenreich-Seleme and Sean O’Toole (editors); published by Kerber, (Bielefeld, 2016) ISBN 978-3-7356-0186-5

Offline: Between Transits and Journeys
By Andreia Páscoa and Mónica de Miranda (editors); published by XEREM Associação Cultural, (Lisbon, 2014) ISBN 978-989-97183-1-9

Class Wargames: Ludic subversion against spectacular capitalism
By Richard Barbrook; Released by Minor Compositions; distributed by Autonomedia (New York, Oct 2014) ISBN 978-1-57027-293-6 Kimathi Donkor: Queens of the Undead
By David Dibosa, Tessa Jackson, Carol Tulloch & Grant Watson; published by Iniva, (London, 2012) ISBN 978-1-899846-54-6

Art History for Filmmakers: The Art of Visual Storytelling
By Gillian McIver published by Bloomsbury Academic (London & New York, 2016) ISBN 978-1472580658

Fine Arts 2011-2012
By Jacopo Benci (editor); published by the British School at Rome, (Rome, 2012) ISBN 978-0-904152-64-7

29th Bienal Documentation
By Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias; published by the Fundação de Bienal São Paulo, (São Paulo, 2011) ISBN 978-85-85298-37-1

29th Bienal Catalogue
By Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias (editors); published by the Fundação de Bienal São Paulo, (São Paulo, 2010) ISBN 978-85-85298-33-3


COLLECTIONS

Works are held in public and private collections in the UK and internationally, including by the Sindika Dokolo Foundation, the African Arts Trust, the Wolverhampton Art Gallery and the International Slavery Museum


CURATING



2012, Happening to Be
The Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. (10th September–27th October)
Commissioned by Shades of Noir/UAL to curate a multi-disciplinary exhibition featuring works by Yinka Shonibare MBE, Trevor Robinson CBE, Ngozi Onwurah, Professor Andrew Ramroop OBE and Professor Ablade Glover OBE.

2007-2008, Hawkins & Co.
Elspeth Kyle Gallery, London, (8th–30th March 2007); The Contemporary Urban Centre, Liverpool, (7th March–5th May 2008)
Commissioned by CUC to curate a touring group exhibition of contemporary art featuring work by Kofi Achiampong, Faith Bebbington, Donna Berry, Jean-François Boclé, Marcia Brown, Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy MBE, Paul Clarkson, Kimathi Donkor, Corrine Edwards, Joelle Ferly, Raimi Gbadamosi, Tam Joseph, George ‘Fowokan’ Kelly, Keith Piper, Barbara Walker, Pauline Wiggins, Jane Woolner.



ART EDUCATION PROJECTS & WORKSHOPS



2013, Daddy, I Want To Be A Black Artist
Seminars and museum visits with the Leaders of Tomorrow black youth group based in Peckham, London.

2012, Memory Styx
Drawing master class for 16–24 year olds at InIVA, Rivington Place, London.

2009-2011, Seeing Through
Studio workshops and museum visits for 12–18-year-old looked after young people at Tate Britain.

2009-2010 Anti-bully
Photography workshops for 12–18-year-old looked after young people at at Ealing Horizons, London.

2009, The Engine Room
Studio workshop and museum visits for staff and volunteers of Ealing Horizons.

2009, Be Inspired
Museum visit and workshop for 12-16 year olds with Lewisham Youth Offender Service, London.

2007-2009 Positive Reinforcement / Escapism / Who Me?
Classroom-based visiting artist projects with secondary and primary schools in London.

2007, Creative Roundtable
Museum education planning seminar at Kenwood House, London.


MEDIA ARTICLES



2017, A-N, A Q&A with… Kimathi Donkor, Diaspora Pavilion artist at Venice Biennale 2017
2017, This Is: Contemporary Art Magazine,
Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time
2016, Omenka Magazine,
In conversation with Kimathi Donkor
2015, Art Africa,
In conversation with Kimathi Donkor
2015, Destiny Connect,
Setting Up New Relationships
2015, The Times,
Princess Politics—Women on top: Subverting subordination
2015, Mail & Guardian,
Gallery Momo: No titles enable your own take
2015, Lacuna,
An interview with Kimathi Donkor
2013, Visual Culture in Britain,
Reading the Riot Act
2013, FAD,
Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist review and interview
2013, Absolutely,
Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist interview
2013, The Voice,
Daddy, I Want to Be a Black Artist interview
2013, The Guardian,
Jonathan Jones blog
2013, Arise TV,
Arts and Culture Show interview
2012, Frieze Magazine,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Art Forum,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, ArtInfo,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Buala,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, The Guardian newspaper,
The Black Ghosts Haunting Downtown Abbey
2012, Africa 21,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Hackney Citizen,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Resonance FM,
African Essence
2012, The Voice,
Resurrecting the Past
2012, www.MsAfropolitan.com,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Guardian Series (North London),
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Destination Hackney,
Queens of the Undead review
2012, Iniva,
Queens of the Undead interview
2012,
Class Wargames, Online interview
2011, www.theoctopusjournal.org,
Imaging and Re-Imagining the Neo-Liberal: Brixton and its Discontents
2010, www.estadao.com.br,
Início do conteúdo O americano que provoca na bienal
2010, Les Echos,
On a retrouvé les tableaux de Michel Houellebecq
2010, Agencia Brasil,
Sao Paulo Biennial review
2010, The Art Newspaper,
Sao Paulo Biennial preview
2010, Murmurart.com,
Askew in the Garden of Desire review
2010, Colour Code,
Visual Memories of Slavery...,
2008, Kola E-Zine, Haiti article
2008, Colourful Radio Nina Jones show,
Hawkins & Co Interview
2008, Liverpool Metro,
Hawkins & Co Review
2008, Nerve,
Hawkins & Co Review
2007, Nubiart Sound Radio,
Hawkins & Co Review
2007, Freedom Songs, ‘
Toussaint at Bedourette’ reproduction
2007, Culture 24,
Hawkins & Co Review
2007, Colourful Radio,
Afternoon Delight interview
2006, Untold London,
Telltale Review
2005, Art Knowledge News,
Police try to censor Brixton riots exhibition
2005, Art Daily
Police try to censor Brixton riots exhibition
2005, ArtsHub,
Art Thought & Memory
2005, Time Out,
Brixton gallery raided by the Met
2005, BBC London Radio, Dotun Adebayo Show
Interview
2005, BBC Nottingham,
Caribbean Passion Review
2005, Black Heritage Today,
Justice in a Brush stroke
2004, New Nation,
Our History on Canvas
2004, London Evening Standard, Metro
Pick of the Week
1985, City Limits,
Creation for Liberation Review



SELECTED FINE ART TEACHING


2012–17 University of the Arts, London Associate Lecturer; Senior Lecturer: BA Fine Art/MFA (Wimbledon, Chelsea, Camberwell, CSM)
2017, Royal College of Art,
Visiting Lecturer: MRes Fine Art
2016-17, Middlesex University, London,
Visiting Lecturer; MA Fine Art
2015-16, Goldsmith College, London,
Associate Lecturer; BA Visual Cultures

SELECTED ARTIST’S TALKS AND LECTURES



2017, Royal Academy, London, Black Art and Activism
2016, Wolverhampton Art Gallery,
Black Art in Focus
2015, Tate Britain, London,
The Black Subject: Ancient to Modern
2007, National Maritime Museum, London:
Voiceless Odysseys

2007, Imperial War Museum:
Escapism