Jessica Lagunas at Art Museum of Americas
31:12:11 - Jessica Lagunas at Art Museum of Americas
Jessica Laguns is showing in \’New York: Latin American and Spanish Artists in New York City\’ at Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC, February 16—May 20, 2012. Make sure to catch it if you are in DC!
New Reviews of The Body in Women\'s Art Now Part 3
31:12:11 - New Reviews of The Body in Women\'s Art Now Part 3
Check out the latest reviews of The Body in Women\’s Art Now Part 3 exhibition on Interface (AN magazine) and ArtSlant: http://www.a-n.co.uk/interface/reviews/single/2018396 http://www.artslant.com/lon/articles/show/29836
Francesca Brooks reviews The Body in Women\'s Art Now Part 3: ReCreation
31:12:11 - Francesca Brooks reviews The Body in Women\'s Art Now Part 3: ReCreation
Francesca Brooks reviews our current exhibition, The Body in Women\’s Art Now Part 3:ReCreation and interviews curator Philippa Found: http://flaneur.me.uk/02/interview-philippa-found-curator-of-the-body-in-womens-art-now-part-3recreation/
Helen Carmel Benigson exhibition and performance with VSR
31:12:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson exhibition and performance with VSR
Princess Belsize Dollar (Helen Carmel Benigson) performs at the opening of VSR\’s exhibition opening of The Supra Sensorial Bin, and exhibits video works in the exhibition at Victorian Vaults, Rivington House, 82 Great Eastern Street, open until 8th March 2012
Jessica Lagunas and Stefanie Schneider exhibition
31:12:11 - Jessica Lagunas and Stefanie Schneider exhibition
Great new women\’s art exhibition opens 6-8pm 22nd March 2012 at SHOWstudio, Bruton Place, including ROLLO\’s Stefanie Schneider and Jessica Lagunas alongside Sarah Lucas and many more brilliant women artists! http://showstudio.com/shop/exhibition/selling_sex
Braided Together with Jessica Lagunas
30:12:11 - Braided Together with Jessica Lagunas
Jessica Lagunas will take part in the exhibition Braided Together at New Hall Art Collection, Cambridge from the 15th of January- 11 February 2012. The exhibition then travels to BHVU Gallery, Stoke Newington from the 18th of February-18th March 2012. Her work, Preoccupation (Gray Hair), will be exhibited alongside a host of international contemporary women artists who share an interest in the symbolic expression of human hair either as material or subject in their work. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue. For more information, see www.bhvu.co.uk
Dirty Loves reviews The Body in Women's Art Now:Part 3-Recreation
30:12:11 - Dirty Loves reviews The Body in Women's Art Now:Part 3-Recreation
TOMOCreative’s new, visually stimulating e-zine takes a look at ROLLO Contemporary Art’s latest exhibition. http://magazine.dirtyloves.com/category/art/
Helen Carmel Benigson 'Taking over the world'
30:12:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson 'Taking over the world'
Helen Carmel Benigson (Princess Belsize Dollar) has had great coverage in the Farnham Herald and Surrey Advertiser for her exhibition at University of the Creative Arts (UCA) ’Palm Trees and Poker Players.’
The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 3 featured on ArtLyst
30:12:11 - The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 3 featured on ArtLyst
The Body in Women’s Art Now: Part 3 has been given a glowing review in an ArtLyst feature by Thomas Keane. To read the feature go to: http://www.artlyst.com/articles/the-body-in-womens-art-now-at-rollo
Valentine's Rap
30:12:11 - Valentine's Rap
Why not get Helen Carmel Benigson to perform a Valentine’s Rap for a loved one? Ossian Ward at Time Out London enjoyed his! http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=991520e36ebce84e6a65bd43d&id=06a43d0e69
The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 3 covered in POP Magazine
30:12:11 - The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 3 covered in POP Magazine
Stephanie Waknine discusses ’The Body in Women’s Art Now: Part 3-ReCreation’in POP Magazine. http://thepop.com/2012/02/08/pop-823/
The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 3 on French Radio London!
29:12:11 - The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 3 on French Radio London!
The Body in Women’s Art Now was featured on the ’L’Art Dans Tous Ces Etats’ programme on Tuesday the 24th of Jan. Have a listen or check out their website to catch up. You can listen to it again on: http://www.frenchradiolondon.com/french/art/ Under l’emission du 24 Janvier
The Darling Collective reviews The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 3- ReCreation
29:12:11 - The Darling Collective reviews The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 3- ReCreation
Anna McNay considers the final in the exhibition in the Body in Women’s Art Now series. http://blog.darlingcollective.com/?p=303
Helen Carmel Benigson/ Princess Belsize Dollar on BBC Radio Surrey
29:12:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson/ Princess Belsize Dollar on BBC Radio Surrey
Helen Carmel Benigson interviewed on BBC Radio Surrey about her exhibition Palm Trees and Poker Players at UCA. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/p00mx53c at about 1 hr 25 min
Aesthetica covers Palm Trees and Poker Players
29:12:11 - Aesthetica covers Palm Trees and Poker Players
Bethany Rex covers Helen Carmel Benigson\’s latest exhibition at the University of the Creative Arts, ’Palm Trees and Poker Players’ on the Aesthetica blog. http://aestheticamagazine.blogspot.com/2012/02/palm-trees-and-poker-players-james.html
The Future Queen of the Screen reviewed in the Darling Collective
28:12:11 - The Future Queen of the Screen reviewed in the Darling Collective
Anna McNay reviews the show for the Darling Collective blog. http://blog.darlingcollective.com/?p=209
Jessica Lagunas in Braided Together
28:12:11 - Jessica Lagunas in Braided Together
Jessica Lagunas is showing her piece ’Preoccupation (Grey Hair)’ in the group show ’Braided Together’ at BHVU Gallery in Stoke Newington, opening 19th of Feb and closes 18th of March. http://www.bhvu.co.uk/
New exhibition by Claire Morgan in Lancashire opens next week
27:12:11 - New exhibition by Claire Morgan in Lancashire opens next week
Claire Morgan’s exhibition ’No Match’ opens 18th Feb at Helmshore Mills Textile Museum in Rossendale, Lancashire.
Stranger than Paradise Stefanie Schneider retrospective opens 14th January
20:12:11 - Stranger than Paradise Stefanie Schneider retrospective opens 14th January
"Stranger Than Paradise" a retrospective of photographs by Stefanie Schneider, opens Jan. 14 at Scott White Contemporary, La Jolla, California. http://www.scottwhiteart.com/artist_pages/selected_works.php?id=32
Lisa Snook reviews ReCreation
20:12:11 - Lisa Snook reviews ReCreation
Lisa Snook takes an in-depth look at the Body in Women’s Art Now: Part 3- ReCreation in her blog Posterous. http://lisasnook.posterous.com/the-body-in-womens-art-now-part-3-recreation
Jessica Lagunas Awarded Artist in Residence Workspace Grant
08:12:11 - Jessica Lagunas Awarded Artist in Residence Workspace Grant
We are pleased to announce that Jessica Lagunas has been awarded an artist in residence workspace grant with The Center for Book Arts in New York. The residency will take place in 2012 and includes unlimited access to the Center’s bookbinding and letterpress departments and diverse programs. Jessica will also be devising a related project drawing on her experience at the Center towards the end of her residency. For more information, please see: http://www.centerforbookarts.org/classes/
Interview with Helen Carmel Benigson, Saatchi Online Magazine
08:12:11 - Interview with Helen Carmel Benigson, Saatchi Online Magazine
Paul Carey-Kent speaks to Helen Carmel Benigson about her current exhibition ’The Future Queen of the Screen’ in the Saatchi Online Magazine. http://magazine.saatchionline.com/articles/artnews/helen-carmel-benigson-the-future-queen-of-the-screen
The Body in Women\'s Art Now Part 3 OPEN at the New Hall Art Collecion
27:11:11 - The Body in Women\'s Art Now Part 3 OPEN at the New Hall Art Collecion
The final instalment in the three part exhibition series, curated by Philippa Found, ROLLO Contemporary Art, is open from TODAY until 6th January 2012 at the New Hall Art Collection, University of Cambridge. See Miri Segal and Anne- Marie Schleiner\’s works on show in the Vivien Stewart Rooms and Helen Carmel Benigson (Princess Belsize Dollar) and Gazira Babeli\’s work in the Temporary Exhibition Space. For more details visit http://www-art.newhall.cam.ac.uk/exhibitions
Interview with Helen Carmel Benigson in Art Lyst
15:11:11 - Interview with Helen Carmel Benigson in Art Lyst
To celebrate the opening of ROLLO and Helen Carmel Benigson\’s current exhibition, The Future Queen of the Screen, art critic Paul Carey-Kent interviews Helen Carmel Benigson for Art Lyst. Check out the interview at http://www.artlyst.com/articles/the-future-queen-of-the-screen-helen-carmel-benigson
Regina Jose Galindo perfomance TONIGHT at The University of Essex
04:11:11 - Regina Jose Galindo perfomance TONIGHT at The University of Essex
Tonight, Regina Jose Galindo is in the UK from Guatemala to presents her new performance work, Dissection Lesson, live at The University of Essex. This new performance has been commissioned by The University of Essex in association with ROLLO Contemporary Art and forms part of the exhibition: Margins: Walking Between Worlds at Art Exchange, University of Essex -including Regina Jose Galindo, Francis Alÿs, Emily Jacir, John Smith and Richard Wentworth
Helen Carmel Benigson Press
18:10:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson Press
Helen Carmel Benigson recives fantastic press in The Guardian and The Artnewspaper for her fantastic performances with artist collective Lucky PDF Click the links for more information: http://www.theartnewspaper.com/articles/Your+60+minutes+starts+now/24829 http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2011/oct/12/frieze-2011-review?newsfe ed=true
Helen Carmel Benigson on TONIGHT'S CULTURE SHOW
14:10:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson on TONIGHT'S CULTURE SHOW
ROLLO Contemporary Art is delighted to announce that Helen Camel Benigson will be appearing in tonight’s episode of The Culture Show on BBC 2 at 7pm. Benigson will be shown rapping as her alter ego, Princess Belsize Dollar alongside artist collective Lucky PDF
Helen Carmel Benigson performs with Lucky PDF at Frieze Art Fair on Channel 4 News
13:10:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson performs with Lucky PDF at Frieze Art Fair on Channel 4 News
Check out ROLLO Artist Helen Carmel Benigson on last nights Channel 4 News as she performs as part of artist collective LUCKY PDF at Frieze Art Fair... http://www.channel4.com/news/catch-up/display/playlistref/121011/clipid/121011_frieze Image copyright Vincent Dolman
Helen Carmel Benigson awarded a place on The Lux Artist Associate Programme
06:10:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson awarded a place on The Lux Artist Associate Programme
Congratulations to ROLLO artist Helen Carmel Benigson who has been awarded the LUX Artist Associate Programme for 2012. For more details please visit: http://lux.org.uk/projects/lux-artists-associate-programme
Iguanagone by Frank Bowling acquired by Leicester New Walk Museum and Art Gallery
03:10:11 - Iguanagone by Frank Bowling acquired by Leicester New Walk Museum and Art Gallery
Frank Bowling’s Iguanagone, has recently been purchased by Leicester City New Walk Museum in association with ROLLO Contemporary Art, The V and A Purchase Fund and The Art Fund. This beautiful and dramatic work by Bowling can now be viewed at Leicester New Walk Museum in the main floor galleries in celebration of Leicester’s Black History Season.
Margins: Walking Between Worlds, exhibiting Regina José Galindo
26:09:11 - Margins: Walking Between Worlds, exhibiting Regina José Galindo
ROLLO is proud to announce that Regina José Galindo is currently exhibiting in a group exhibition, ’Margins: Walking Between Worlds’ Part 1, at Art Exchange in Colchester. The exhibition brings together the work of internationally renowed artists including Francis Alÿs, Emily Jacir, John Smith and Richard Wentworth. Part 1 investigates how mobility, resistance and power can be explored through the simple act of walking. The exhibition is open from 24th September - 5th November 2011.
Helen Carmel Benigson named by Vogue UK Online as HOT NEW PERFORMER
21:09:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson named by Vogue UK Online as HOT NEW PERFORMER
Congratulations to ROLLO artist Helen Carmel Benigson who has been featured in Vogue UK Online\’s current issue as one of four hot new performers for 2012. Please see Vogue online for more details http://www.vogue.co.uk/news/2011/09/20/jo-ellison---englands-new-generation-of-creatives#Comments
Sarah Lederman: 'Migration', Proteus Gowanus Gallery, New York, 17th September 2011
09:09:11 - Sarah Lederman: 'Migration', Proteus Gowanus Gallery, New York, 17th September 2011
ROLLO is delighted to announce that on 17th September, Sarah Lederman is exhibiting in a group show, ’Migration’ at Proteus Gowanus Gallery, New York.
Regina Jose Galindo, The Prince Claus Award
07:09:11 - Regina Jose Galindo, The Prince Claus Award
ROLLO is delighted to announce that Regina Jose Galindo has won a prestigous prize from The Prince Claus Fund, Amsterdam. The fund annually awards eleven cultural pioneers with The Prince Claus Award, whose work is located on the frontline of cultural expression.
Regina Jose Galindo: New Performance project
24:08:11 - Regina Jose Galindo: New Performance project
ROLLO is delighted to announce details of a collaboration with the Art Exchange Gallery, Univerisity of Essex to present a new commissioned performance by Regina Jose Galindo. The performance will form part of the exhibition Walking between Worlds (24 September – 5 November) at Art Exchange in whcih Galindo’s acclaimed Quién puede borrar las huella (still image below) will be exhibited.
Helen TV coming to the Frieze Art Fair 2011
23:08:11 - Helen TV coming to the Frieze Art Fair 2011
Helen Carmel Benigson will be bringing Helen TV to the Frieze Art Fair this Autumn in a project with artists collective, Lucky PDF. Further details coming soon...... image: still from Helen Carmel Benigson’s video Planes
Helen performance via Skype
12:08:11 - Helen performance via Skype
In a ground breaking new performance, ROLLO artist Helen Carmel Benigson will take her work into a new dimension, performing a new performance art work live via Skype tonight at the Angus Hughes Gallery in a performance art exhibition curated by Shift. image: Helen Carmel Benigson, Blow Up, Photographic print
Helen Carmel Benigson named as one of ten new British artists to watch by The Independent
22:07:11 - Helen Carmel Benigson named as one of ten new British artists to watch by The Independent
Congratulations to Helen Carmel Benigson who has been named by Laura McClean Ferris as one of ten hot new British artists to watch by The Independent. Please follow the link for more details http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/features/britarts-new-wave-who-are-the-successors-to-hirst-and-emin-2318101.html
Frank Bowling Nominated for The Charles Wollaston Award at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
06:06:11 - Frank Bowling Nominated for The Charles Wollaston Award at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
ROLLO artist Frank Bowling has been nominated for The Charles Wollaston Award for his painting Along With Marcia Scott which will appear in the 2011 Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition.
ROLLO Artist Sarah Lederman will be appearing on Women's Hour on Radio 4, Thrusday 5th May at 10am
04:05:11 - ROLLO Artist Sarah Lederman will be appearing on Women's Hour on Radio 4, Thrusday 5th May at 10am
Listen out for Women’s Hour on Radio 4 on Thursday 5th May from 10am where ROLLO artist Sarah Lederman will discuss her art and the New Hall Art Collection at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. Sarah Lederman exhibited at New Hall in the travelling exhibition series The Body in Women’s Art Now: Part 2-Flux which travelled to New Hall from ROLLO Contemporary Art, London and was curated by ROLLO Director, Philippa Found. The exhibition was shown at New Hall from 7th November 2010- 4th December 2010 and included work by Tracey Emin, Cecily Brown, Nathalie Djurberg, Tiina Heiska and Helen Carmel Benigson.
Princess Belsize Dollar on Resonance FM 104.4 FM
14:03:11 - Princess Belsize Dollar on Resonance FM 104.4 FM
Please tune in and listen to ROLLO artist Princess Belsize Dollar on Resonance FM from 5pm on Tuesday 15th March 2011
ROLLO Contemporary Art at The Women of the World Market Place - 11th-13th March 2011
11:03:11 - ROLLO Contemporary Art at The Women of the World Market Place - 11th-13th March 2011
ROLLO Contemporary Art is delighted to announce their participation at the Women of the World Festival this weekend, promoting the work of contemporary female artists, Jessica Lagunas, Helen Carmel Benigson (Princess Belsize Dollar), Sarah Lederman, and many more….. Launching this year, WOW - Women of the World - is a joyous celebration of the formidable strength and inventiveness of women - a pioneering, groundbreaking annual festival, which will present, recognise and celebrate women, and act as a conversation space for issues of all kinds. Through a series of debates, conversations, networking opportunities, presentations, showcases and a WOW market place, the Women of the World festival celebrates the potential and achievement of women. Please do visit our stall in the WOW Market Place inside the Royal Festival Hall where we will be selling copies of the FWSA (Feminist and Women’s Studies Association) Nominated Book The Body in Women’s Art Now: Part 2- Flux, (ed. Philippa Found) and showing works by Jessica Lagunas and Helen Carmel Benigson (Princess Belsize Dollar). The Market Place will be open 12pm-7pm Friday- Saturday, and 12pm- 4pm Sunday For more information about the event please visit: http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/festivals-series/wow-–-women-of-the-world-0
Frank Bowling: Now on Show at Tate Britain
02:03:11 - Frank Bowling: Now on Show at Tate Britain
ROLLO Contemporary Art is delighted to announce that in honour of Frank Bowling and in celebration of the his 75th birthday, Frank Bowling’s iconic work Spreadout Ron Kitaj, which is part of the Tate Collection, is now on display at Tate Britain until the 7th March 2011. The work can be seen on display in the gallery leading to the Members Room.
The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 2- Flux by Philippa Found nominated for FWSA Book Award 2011
15:02:11 - The Body in Women's Art Now: Part 2- Flux by Philippa Found nominated for FWSA Book Award 2011
The Body in Women’s Art Now: Part 2- Flux by Philippa Found has been nominated for the FWSA (Feminist and Women’s Studies Association)Book Prize for 2011. This award recognises scholarship which is innovative, interdisciplinary and grounded in feminist theory!
Frank Bowling Solo Show Confirmed at Tate Britain for 2012
03:02:11 - Frank Bowling Solo Show Confirmed at Tate Britain for 2012
ROLLO Contemporary Art is pleased to announce Frank Bowling’s Solo Show at Tate Britain for 2012. Dates to be confirmed.
Frank Bowling Solo Show at The Royal Academy Dates Announced
01:02:11 - Frank Bowling Solo Show at The Royal Academy Dates Announced
ROLLO Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the dates for Frank Bowling’s Solo Show at the Royal Academy for Spring 2011. Frank’s latest collection of works on paper will be shown from the 26th May- 23rd October 2011.
Regina José Galindo: 12 years- exhibition reviews in London's TimeOut Magazine and Saatchi Online Magazine
06:01:11 - Regina José Galindo: 12 years- exhibition reviews in London's TimeOut Magazine and Saatchi Online Magazine
ROLLO’s current exhibition, Regina José Galindo: 12 years, has recieved high acclaim in the international art press with a feature in this weeks TimeOut magazine and a review online for Saatchi Online magazine, where Paul Carey Kent named the exhibtion as one of his top 10 shows for January 2011. Please follow the links for details: http://magazine.saatchionline.com/top-10-shows/paul-carey-kents-top-10-london-shows-in-january http://www.timeout.com/london/art/event/211881/regina-jose-galindo
Jessica Lagunas works on show at Black and White Gallery/ Project Space, New York
03:12:10 - Jessica Lagunas works on show at Black and White Gallery/ Project Space, New York
Jessica Lagunas’ make up video triptych (Para Verte Mejor, Para Acariciarte Mejor, Para Besarte Mejor) will be included in the forthcoming exhibition, ’Basic Instinct’ at the Black and White Gallery/ Project Space, Brooklyn, New York from the 17th December 2010- 23rd January 2011.
Helen Carmel Benigson: Sexuate Subjects UCL symposium
01:12:10 - Helen Carmel Benigson: Sexuate Subjects UCL symposium
Helen Carmel Benigson’s video works will be screened as part of UCL’s symposium ’Sexuate Subjects’ at UCL 3rd December - 5th December, an international interdisciplinary event which will examine sexuality and sexual difference and will include key note speeches by Luce Irigaray. The symposium will include a performance by rapper, Princess Belsize Dollar (Helen Carmel Benigson), on Saturday 4th December 2010 at 8pm.
Jessica Lagunas at City of Women
11:10:10 - Jessica Lagunas at City of Women
Jessica Lagunas work will be presented in the City of Women performance festival, Slovenia, in October 2010
Michelle Souter at the Museum of New Art Detroit
10:10:10 - Michelle Souter at the Museum of New Art Detroit
Michelle Souter’s work is currently being presented in the exhibition New media, sex & culture in the 21st century, at the Museum of New Art, Detroit, Michigan (MONA) The show, "New Media, Sex, and Culture in the 21st Century," will feature the work of over 50 international, national, and regional artists who explore femininity, masculinity, desire, pleasure, family politics, liberation and repression, pornography, prostitution, sexual violence, and other topics. The show’s theme recognizes that our digital media culture is saturated with sexual representations and complex issues of sexuality. The work displayed in this exhibition probe, comment on and question these issues in many media including video, performance, photography, painting, sculpture, interactive computer games, and printmaking. The opening on Saturday, October 2 (6 to 9 p.m.) will feature several performances.
Andrew Hollis and Rebecca Stevenson chosen to appear in Hangart7
09:10:10 - Andrew Hollis and Rebecca Stevenson chosen to appear in Hangart7
Andrew Hollis and Rebecca Stevenson have been selected for this years Hang Art 7 exhibition, chosen by international curators as two of the seven artists representing the best of new British Art which will be presented in Hangar 7 - the innovative public exhibition space in Salzberg.
Jessica Lagunas on show at Jersey City Museum
07:10:10 - Jessica Lagunas on show at Jersey City Museum
Jessica Lagunas, Forever Young Series- Lagunas’ works are currently on show in at the Jersey City Museum, in Hair Tactics, where Lagunas’ ‘Forever Young’ series is on view for the first time. The exhibition is open until August 22nd 2010
Frank Bowling monograph by Mel Gooding
03:10:10 - Frank Bowling monograph by Mel Gooding
Frank Bowling, Great Thames- Frank Bowling’s monograph will be published to co-inside with the solo show at the Royal Academy
Helen Carmel Benigson at Cheltenham Film Festival
01:10:10 - Helen Carmel Benigson at Cheltenham Film Festival
Helen Carmel Benigson’s work will be included in this years Cheltenham Film Festival within the Meantime Project Space. The Meantime Project Space will examine the negotiations of contemporary identity and representation through the use of video. Benigson’s work will appear alongside other emerging artists who engage with video in fantastical and provocative, sober and oblique ways
Frank Bowling planned solo show at the Royal Academy
15:07:10 - Frank Bowling planned solo show at the Royal Academy
Coinciding with the launch of Frank Bowling’s monograph, Frank Bolwing’s paintings will be presented in a solo exhibition in the Royal Acacemy of Arts in June 2011
Frank Bowling appearing in Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
13:06:10 - Frank Bowling appearing in Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Frank Bowling’s monograph will be published by the Royal Academy of Arts in June 2011. The monograph will be written by acclaimed abstract art critic Mel Gooding.
Frank Bowling at Tate Liverpool
29:01:10 - Frank Bowling at Tate Liverpool

Frank Bowling RA is included in Tate Liverpool’s major exhibition Afro Modern. Bowling’s painting, Who’s Afraid fo Barney Newman has gained much critical praise, referred to by Jackie Wullschluger in a review in the Financial Times as ‘Frank Bowling’s 1968 “Who’s Afraid of Barney Newman?” – a painterly abstraction in pan-African colours with a parodic Newman zip – is a high point’, whilst Jonathan Jones remarks in the Guardian as ‘you simply don’t get the same sense of creative dialogue between black and white artists, although Frank Bowling’s painting Who’s Afraid of Barney Newman?, which reinvents Newman’s abstract vertical bands in tropical colours and places on them a spectral map of South America, is a highly honourable exception’  See a selection of reviews below: FT.com Afro Modern, Tate Liverpool The Guardian Behind the masks: Afro Modern at Tate Liverpool The Guardian Afro Modern at Tate Liverpool: Voyage of rediscovery

See a selection of reviews below:
Afro Modern, Tate Liverpool, FT.com
Behind the masks: Afro Modern at Tate Liverpool, The Guardian
Afro Modern at Tate Liverpool: Voyage of rediscovery, The Guardian 

30:11:99 - Jessica Lagunas in Braided Together at New Hall Cambridge and