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Art Gallery: Afro Modern, Tate Liverpool | reviews, news & interviews

Art Gallery: Afro Modern, Tate Liverpool

Art Gallery: Afro Modern, Tate Liverpool

A portfolio of bold work by black artists from the Atlantic rim

Keith Piper: Go West Young Man, 1987. Photograph on paper mounted on board. In 14 parts© Keith Piper
Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic is without doubt one of the year’s most enterprising and original exhibitions. Attempting to trace the impact on art of black cultures from around the Atlantic – in Africa, Europe and the Americas – from the early 20th century to today, it takes on a massive swathe of culture and experience. Or perhaps that should be several massive swathes.

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i visited the afro modern in liverpool an this had to be the most meaning full peice of art i have ever seen ! it was brilliant , moving and gave me alot to think about !!! keith piper is truly amazing !!!

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