Preview: Lubaina Himid’s ‘Invisible Strategies’

Born in Tanzania but relocated to London at a tender age, Lubaina Himid is one of the pioneers of the British Black Art Movement. Growing up with her African inheritance on one hand and British culture on the other, Himid projects her mixed cultural background onto a variety of rich, distinctive images reflecting the clash […]

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Reality check: Modern Art Oxford

Stephen Willats’ Conscious – Unconcious and Archigram Beyond Architecture opens at Modern Art Oxford In a twin exhibition opening on Friday 27th April, Modern Art Oxford returned to old visions of the future. Archigram Beyond Architecture REMIX 2013 and Stephen Willats’ Conscious – Unconscious bring us art with a social conscience that doesn’t disappoint. Willats, who […]

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Bonez & bronze

Room after room of rough totems, thick cartouches and half-buried sarcophagi. Imagine yourself an archaeologist in dream-land, and you’re half-way to immersing yourself in the work of Hans Josephsohn. The experience is not far from being buried alive. Josephsohn’s half-century of work has brought us the newly-opened and powerful retrospective in Modern Art Oxford. It […]

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Review: Jean-Luc Moulène at Modern Art Oxford

Jean-Luc Moulène is the eponymous solo exhibition currently on display at Modern Art Oxford. The show consists of his work of the past two decades incorporating drawings, photographs and a collection of objects rather than sculptures, the latter tainted by its historical and aesthetic entanglements. For the exhibition the pieces are displayed in a very […]

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