Vigo is delighted to participate in Bold Black British in partnership with the curator Aindrea Emelife and Christies. Taking place from 1 to 21 October, Bold Black British is a meeting point of artists working across disciplines and generations, exemplifying the significance of Black Britons in shaping the country’s creative landscape. The exhibition pairs pioneers from the iconic British Black Arts Movement in the 1980s with the next generation of outstanding Black British artistic talent. Traversing history, legacy and hope, this exhibition is an opportunity to be immersed in the contributions of artists often overlooked, while celebrating the richness, exuberance, and verve of Black art.
Arists include: Kesewa Aboah, Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, John Akomfrah, Simeon Barclay, James Barnor, Shannon Bono, Phoebe Boswell, Sonia Boyce, Paul Dash, Kimathi Donkor, Ndidi Emefiele, Ben Enwonwu, Samson Kambalu, Julian Knox, Lakwena, Hew Locke, Sahara Longe, Jade Montserrat, Emily Moore, Abe Odedina, Sola Olulode, Zak Ové, Anya Paintsil, Amber Pinkerton, Ibrahim El-Salahi, Olivia Sterling, Marlene Smith, and Emmanuel Adjei & FKA Twigs.