Month: April 2018

Yinka Shonibare MBE in conversation with Professor Paul Gilroy

Wind Sculpture (SG) I stands 23 feet tall at the southeast entrance to New York’s Central Park. Created from fiberglass and painted in rich gold, turquoise and terracotta patterns reminiscent of Dutch wax batik prints, Yinka Shonibare MBE’s monumental sculpture captures the gentle undulating motion of wind. Conjuring up images of fluttering sails gliding over…
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Museum Detox joins the party at the British Museum

I was told that my first Detox was an unconventional one. The usual format is an after hours or behind the scenes tour of an exhibition that is organised specially for the group, followed by drinks and conversation. This time however, Detoxers were meeting at the British Museum to attend a talk by Wayne Modest,…
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