Iniva's exhibitions and projects


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Alida Rodrigues, Anthologia

Alida Rodrigues, Peumus boldys

Residency & Open Studio
As part of her residency at Iniva, Alida Rodrigues will be exhibiting and creating site-specific work in the Education Space.

02 Oct – 18 Oct 2014


sorryyoufeeluncomfortable

From the event Baldwin's Nigger Reloaded

residency and open studio
11 Sep – 27 Sep 2014


Baldwin's Nigger R E L O A D E D

with artist Barby Asante and the sorryyoufeeluncomfortable collective
03 Jul – 22 Aug 2014


Issa Samb: From the Ethics of Acting to the Empire Without Signs

Issa Samb, Untitled, drawing, courtesy Raw Material Company

A solo exhibition of work by the Senegalese artist and member of the Laboratoire Agit’Art in Dakar, curated by Koyo Kouoh from Raw Material Company.
04 Jun – 26 Jul 2014


Biters: Larry Achiampong & David Blandy

David Blandy and Larry Achiampong examine the possibility for truthful, authentic experience via the popular cultures that have influenced them. Installation open to the public Thur-Sat
03 Jun – 03 Jul 2014


Burak Delier: Freedom has no script

Burak Delier explores the relationship between capitalism and art, mixing seriousness and wit to critique society in a way that is relevant to his native Turkey and beyond.
26 Mar – 17 May 2014


Practice International

Practice International

An initiative of CasCo (Utrecht), Iaspis (Stockholm), and Iniva; three European arts organisations that are concerned with internationalism, collaborating with non-European institutions.
01 Jun – 31 Mar 2015


Tagore, Pedagogy and Contemporary Visual Cultures

A partnership between Iniva and Goldsmiths, University of London, which looks at Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore’s legacy in relation to cultural translation, curatorship, education, and historical precedent


Contemporary Rites

Copyright Jade Montserrat 2014

A three week series of live art performances featuring 11 artists and curators.

06 Nov – 20 Nov 2014