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★★★★ "balm for the soul, food for the mind" Evening Standard

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A contemporary retelling of landscape by artists from the African Diaspora.

Featuring more than 30 outstanding artworks, the exhibition includes large-scale pieces, a site-specific installation and a new commission by Michaela Yearwood-Dan. The works span painting, photography, film, textile and collage from leading artists including Hurvin Anderson, Phoebe Boswell, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Kimathi Donkor, Isaac Julien, Marcia Michael, Mónica de Miranda and Alberta Whittle.

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"Landscape can feel like a very 'historical' format, right? Wrong." Evening Standard

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Soulscapes will explore our connection with the world around us, highlighting the power of landscape art and reflecting on themes of belonging, memory, joy and transformation.

This exhibition is curated by Lisa Anderson, Managing Director of Black Cultural Archives.

Exhibiting artists: 

Njideka Akunyili Crosby
Hurvin Anderson
Michael Armitage
Phoebe Boswell
Kimathi Donkor
Jermaine Francis
Ebony G. Patterson
Alain Joséphine
Isaac Julien
Christina Kimeze
Che Lovelace
Kimathi Mafafo
Marcia Michael
Mónica de Miranda
Harold Offeh
Nengi Omuku
Sikelela Owen
Ravelle Pillay
Alberta Whittle
Michaela Yearwood-Dan 

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Images: Michaela Yearwood-Dan, Another rest in peace – from a holy landin which we came, 2023, Oil and ceramic on canvas193 × 384 × 6.5 cm, Michaela Yearwood-Dan and Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York and Aspen, Che Lovelace, Moonlight Searchers (detail), Acrylic and dry pigment on board panels, 152.4 x 127 cm, Private Collection. Hurvin Anderson, Limestone Wall, 2020. © Hurvin Anderson. Courtesy the artist and Thomas Dane Gallery. Photo: Richard Ivey.