Untitled 1 to 5 from the series Shouting in Whispers, 2017, Hand-pulled screen print, edition 2 of 3, 102 x 72 cm, courtesy of the artist.
2017/2018 Reading Museum

Helen Cammock

Informed by a research-driven approach to making art, Helen Cammock’s work reflects her English/Jamaican background and her experience of inequality and under-representation among the people she met as a social…

Moonrise Over the End of the World – Furthest West – The Mid North Atlantic Ocean – Faro Orchillo, Punta Orchillo. The Isle of El Hierro, The Canary Islands, Spain, The West-most point of the Canary Islands, and, the original site of the 0º Meridian Longitude – The End of the World – as designated by the ancient geographer Ptolemy
2017/18 National Maritime Museum

Thomas Joshua Cooper

Thomas Joshua Cooper is one of the world’s leading contemporary fine art photographers. He is the Head of Photography at Glasgow School of Art, where he founded the Fine Art…

2017/18 British Museum

Phyllida Barlow

Phyllida Barlow untitled: hoarding 2017 Acrylic on watercolour paper 44.4 x 57.5 cm Drawing has always been a central part of Phyllida Barlow’s practice. Throughout her career she has made…

Glenn Brown, 'In the end we all succumb to the pull of the molten core', 2016. Indian ink and acrylic on panel, 135 x 95 x 2.8 cm. Copyright Glenn Brown, Courtesy Gagosian
2016/17 Laing Art Gallery

Glenn Brown

In the end we all succumb to the pull of the molten core (2016) was made especially for the Laing in Newcastle, and is recognisable as part of a new body of work that the artist has embarked on since 2014.

Kader Attia, Dispossession, 2013. Double slide, single slide, and video projection, color, sound. Slide duration: 13 minutes. Video duration: 6 minutes, 43 seconds. Edition of 3. Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong
2016/17 Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Kader Attia

Dispossession (2013) is an installation that examines the role of Christian missionaries in the colonisation of African cultures. The subject of repatriation is central to the work as it considers the political and psychoanalytical questions that arise from the collecting of these objects.

John Akomfrah, Peripeteia, 2012. Single channel HD colour video, 5.1 sound. ed. 2 of 5 + 2 Aps. © Smoking Dogs Films; Courtesy Lisson Gallery
2016/17 Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

John Akomfrah

Inspired by the depictions of a black man and woman drawn by Albrecht Dürer in the early sixteenth century, Peripeteia (2012) traces the appearance and disappearance of African lives in early modern Europe.

2015 Southampton City Art Gallery

Steven Claydon

Steven Claydon (b.1969) trained as a painter and currently works with sculpture, installation, painting, drawing, film and performance. Claydon has had recent solo exhibitions at Sadie Coles HQ, London (2016) and at both the Bergen…

Miriam Beerman, Untitled (undated).
2014 New Walk Museum & Art Gallery

Miriam Beerman

Miriam Beerman (b.1923, Rhode Island, USA) is an American painter and printmaker who has spent over 60 years producing works that respond to the brutality of our time. Beerman’s expressionist works communicate a range…

Images courtesy of  the artist  and Ceri Hand Gallery
2014 Harris Museum & Art Gallery

Mel Brimfield

Mel Brimfield (b.1976, Oxford, UK) lives and works in London. Brimfield is an artist working in film and live performance. Recent solo exhibitions include John Hansard Gallery, Southampton (2013); Peter Scott Gallery,…

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd Home Made Tasers (2011) Studio 231, New Museum, New York, 26 October 2011 – 1 January 2012 . Image © the artist.  Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ,  London .
2014 New Walk Museum & Art Gallery

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd (b.1973, London, UK) is a British artist whose practice mixes performance, sculpture, painting, installation and video. She studied Social Anthropology at University College London before studying art at the…

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