The book suggests new narratives about canonical artworks of the British Black Art movement, such as Lubaina Himid’s Freedom and Change, Eddie Chambers’ Destruction of the National Front and Sonia Boyce’s Lay Back Keep Quiet and Think of What Made Britain So Great, interrogating their critical agency from an art-historical perspective.
Spring 2016. Guest editor: Chris Fite-Wassilak.
Includes: Art and Protest by Nina Power, Richard Cork on Conceptual Art in Britain: 1964-1979, Liz Jobey on Performing for the Camera, Robert Macfarlane on British Landscape.
Publication following the conference at Duke University, in collaboration with INIVA and AAVA in 2001. This item is part of the Study Room Guide on Performance, Politics, Ethics and Human Rights by Adrien Sina (P0661)
Explores the visibility of women’s art in Britain, Europe and America.