By the end of Life Between Islands, the island that is centered in this exhibition is Britain, and “the Caribbean” remains a loose, ill-defined, hazy backdrop
Aurella Yussuf is a London-based writer, curator and art historian. She is a founding member of interdisciplinary collective Thick/er Black Lines.
Charting Black Resistance in the UK Since the 1940s
A carefully curated exhibition at ICA London lays bare the insidious nature of the subjugation of Black people in Britain.
Exploring Fraught Histories at the Liverpool Biennial
Particularly well incorporated into the city’s everyday, the biennial’s latest edition attempts to grapple with Liverpool’s colonial past.
On Aging Black Artists and British Art Institutions
One writer considers the legacy of Black British artists as UK art institutions open their doors to artists they have long closed out, and the need for these same organizations to support younger generations.