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Identity and migration in contemporary art - a new show at the Ben Uri

— July 2013

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Left: Maud Sulter, Melpomene (Abiola Agana), Zabat (1989); Right:  Chan-Hyo Bae, Existing in Costume 5 (2007) 

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Photographic Portraits by Maud Sulter and Chan-Hyo Bae’

This is the first in a series of exhibitions at Ben Uri to explore themes of identity and migration
within contemporary art. The exhibition pairs photographic work by two artists whose interests
are very different but who both choose costume and staged photography to re-present the sitter and to
challenge the viewer's perception and prejudices about race, gender and history.


Ben Uri Gallery and Museum: Art, Identity, Migration

108a Boundary Road (off Abbey Road)
St John's Wood, London NW8 0RH

Gallery open: Mon 1p.m.-5.30p.m., Tues-Fri 10a.m.-5.30p.m., Sunday 12noon -4p.m. Closed Saturday.


 - opens to the public 10 July 2013

Manya Igel Fine Arts  generously supports free entry
to all Ben Uri exhbitions.


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