The selection includes publications on the history of black photography in Africa, Britain and the USA and writings on the black prescence in Britain.File size: 299.25 KB
Iniva’s Library team have researched and produced a bibliography of select material to support the exhibition of work by the Senegalese artist Issa Samb, a member of the Laboratoire Agit’Art in Dakar. Curated by Koyo Kouoh from Raw Material Company 4 Jun – 26 Jul 2014.File size: 124.43 KB
Iniva’s Library team have researched and produced a bibliography of select material to support the exhibition Burak Delier: Freedom has no script, 26 March-26 May 2014.File size: 106.00 KB
The Library team have produced a bibliography of published works about or by Lubaina Himid based on the collections of the Stuart Hall Library, Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts). The bibliography was produced on the occasion of the study day organised by the Black Artists & Modernism research project on 20 June 2016.File size: 508.33 KB
A bibliography of material available in the Stuart Hall Library and resources that can be found online supporting the exhibition Keywords, 27 March – 18 May 2013.File size: 468.50 KB
A bibliography of material available in the Stuart Hall Library and resources that can be found online supporting the exhibition Peter Clarke: Wind Blowing on the Cape Flats, 16 Jan – 09 Mar 2013.File size: 287.50 KB
This bibliography provides a list of resources available in the Stuart Hall Library relating to Roee Rosen and his work. The list is not comprehensive.File size: 116.50 KB
This bibliography provides a list of related materials in the Stuart Hall Library supporting Social Fabric, 19 January – 10 March 2012File size: 1.54 MB
This bibliography provides a list of materials in the Stuart Hall Library relating to Abdoulaye Konaté: Window Commission 2011, on view 07 Dec 2011 – 03 Jan 2012File size: 267.50 KB
The Militant Image is a programme of film screenings and discussions on filmmaking practice of late 20th century liberation struggles. It explores the production and circulation of films that give force to political change including confronting apartheid in South Africa, class struggle in Portugal and anti-colonial war in Mozambique.File size: 146.00 KB
This selected bibliography provides a list of related resources available in the Stuart Hall Library that support the exhibition. The list is comprehensive. For additional information on relevant material, search the Library catalogue, or email Library@iniva.org.File size: 163.50 KB
A bibliography of selected materials to support the terms & conditions project and series of events.
terms & conditions is a project comprising of a series of events devised by Iniva in collaboration with artist Margareta Kern, at Rivington Place. The events, ranging from talks and discussions to workshops and walking tours, explore the impact of neoliberal capitalism on migration and labour with a focus on the social and economic injustices.
Kern is joined by contributors from diverse fields including artists, academics and activists in an open forum for debate and learning. Themes include: who are migrant workers today?; current crises and the rise of xenophobia; a history of anti-fascism in Britain; immigration and protest, and the displacement of women and work. This series continues and develops Kern’s interest in the relationship of economy and migration, knowledge and action, art and activism.File size: 92.00 KB
Iniva’s Library & Information team have researched and produced a bibliography of selected materials to support the exhibition Rabih Mroué: I, the Undersigned – The People are Demanding.File size: 1.85 MB