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Lubaina Himid is one of the exhibiting artists of the Berlin Biennale curated by Gabi Ngcobo. Her work will also be presented by Hollybush Gardens during Art Basel. Dr Zoe Whitley, curator, International Art, at Tate Modern, spoke to the Turner Prize 2017 winner about black visibility, historical trauma, and the power of the ordinary in her paintings. Read the interview on Art Basel website. Himid also has two solo shows: Gifts to Kings at Musée régional d’art contemporain Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée (Sérignan, France) until 16 Sept and Our Kisses are Petals at Baltic (Gateshead, UK) until 28 October 2018. She is also one of the exhibiting artists of Not a Single Story at Nirox Sculpture Park, Krugersdorp, South Africa) until 29 July and A Woman’s Place, Knole House (Kent, UK) until 4 November 2018. Featured image: Lubaina Himid, Ball on Shipboard, 2018. Courtesy the artist and Hollybush Gardens.
As part of the exhibition Lubaina Himid: Gifts to Kings, currently on show at the Regional Museum of Contemporary Art (MRAC – Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée) until 16 September 2018, la Panacée (Montpellier) is hosting a conference on Lubaina Himid by Christine Eyene on Wednesday 6 June at 7pm. La Panacée is also launching its summer programme with two solo exhibitions by POPE.L and Bod and Roberta Smith from 2 June to 26 August. In Germany, the 10th Berlin Biennale entitled We don’t need another hero will be launching on the weekend of 8 June. Curated by Gabi Ngcobo, with a curatorial team composed of Nomaduma Rosa Masilela, Serubiri Moses, Thiago de Paula Souza, and Yvette Mutumba, the biennial takes place across various venues in Berlin and also includes a number of lectures and performances. For more information, visit: http://www.berlinbiennale.de. In Brussels, a packed programme of activities is currently being prepared at BOZAR including RESIST! The 1960s protests, photography and visual legacy, a major international exhibition curated by Christine Eyene for the Summer of Photography 2018. In addition to …