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Lubaina Himid

Modern Art Oxford

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Invisible Strategies

Modern Art Oxford presents the first major survey exhibition by British artist Lubaina Himid. One of the pioneers of the British Black Arts Movement, Himid first came to prominence in the 1980s when she began organising exhibitions of work by her peers, whom she felt were under-represented in the contemporary art scene. The exhibition brings together a wide range of Himid’s paintings from the 1980s to the present day, as well as sculptures, ceramics and works on paper. Find out more about the ‘Lubaina Himid’ exhibition from the Modern Art Oxford website.

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Plan B, Everybody Is (1999-2000), Lubaina Himid. Courtesy the artist & Hollybush Gardens

Plan B, Everybody Is (1999-2000), Lubaina Himid. Courtesy the artist & Hollybush Gardens

Bone in the China: Success to the Africa Trade (c. 1985), Lubaina Himid. Courtesy the artist & Hollybush Gardens

Bone in the China: Success to the Africa Trade (c. 1985), Lubaina Himid. Courtesy the artist & Hollybush Gardens

 

Freedom and Change (1984), Lubaina Himid. Courtesy the artist & Hollybush Gardens

Freedom and Change (1984), Lubaina Himid. Courtesy the artist & Hollybush Gardens

The Carrot Piece (1985), Lubaina Himid. Courtesy of the artist and Tate Collection

The Carrot Piece (1985), Lubaina Himid. Courtesy of the artist and Tate Collection

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