1st Apr - 4th Jun 2016
Maud Sulter (1960—2008) was an artist and poet of Scottish-Ghanaian descent. She believed passionately in the longstanding historical links between Europe and Africa, aiming ‘to put black women back in the centre of the frame’. Her inventive and multi-layered images and collages explore the forgotten histories of black women, from a mysterious African American sculptor to the French Creole muse of poet Baudelaire. Don’t miss this rare chance to view artworks from Sulter’s short but influential career.
Passion is a Street Level Photoworks/Autograph ABP partnership in association with TrAIN