In The Next Month

Exhibition

I See In Colour, Cece Philips

HOME presents I See In Colour, the debut solo exhibition by British painter Cece Philips. Existing in the intersection of the real and the imagined, I See In Colour draws inspiration from archival writings, historical photographs and family tales to explore and celebrate the histories of Black figures in Britain.

The title, a play on the familiar phrase “I don’t see colour”, points to Philips’ use of pigment to inject the painted scenes with vitality and life. Philips’ focus is undeniably on the individuals that populate her paintings, a series of startlingly vibrant figures that stretch across her large-scale canvases against the muted background tones.

Mar 18, 2021 10:00 AM
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Apr 25, 2021 7:00 PM
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Exhibition

The Self Portrait

The Self Portrait is a celebration of Black Women photographers, demonstrating the nuance of not only the stories we tell, but the people behind the lens telling them. The show is an acknowledgement of the value of archiving the photographic history of Black photographers in the UK while simultaneously making visible and remembering the people who were at the forefront (or behind the scenes) of that history. - Ronan Mckenzie, Curator

May 13, 2021 10:00 PM
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Jun 27, 2021 7:00 PM
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Free
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Past

Event

Lecture: The Black Curriculum - on Black British Contribution

21
April
to
21
April
2021
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Event

Talk: Exploring Colour - Cece Philips and Miranda Forrester in conversation with Ellen Morrison.

7
April
to
7
April
2021
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Exhibition

WATA, Further Explorations

26
November
to
7
March
2021
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