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An archive of audio and video tapes, ephemera, books and exhibition catalogues on the practice of black artists was established at Chelsea College of Art in 1985 and its holdings are now published in this bibliography.

Aiming to reflect the diversity of black British visual arts practice, it provides an invaluable resource for historical documentation and research worldwide.


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What people say

A gateway to a number of significant, heterogeneous contemporary artists who, with too little encouragement, have contributed hugely to contemporary British art. Few art libraries can have a valid reason for not acquiring this book. Philip Pacey - Library & Learning Resource Services, University of Central Lancashire
Any discussion on the topic of artists of colour in Britain begins here ... A valuable component to any study on British art. Franklin Sirmans - Journal of Contemporary Art


ISBN: 1-899846-06-9
148pp, Softback 210 x 148mm,
17 illustrations
Published by Iniva in collaboration with Chelsea College of Art,
London, 1996