Routes – Catalogue

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Held at the Brunei Gallery in the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, ‘Routes: Though Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbour’s Idols’, was an exhibition of sculptures, paintings and drawings. The ‘Routes’ exhibition comprised paintings of Godfried Donker from Ghana, charcoal drawings from Edinburgh born artist Hew Locke, paintings by Soweto’s Johannes Phokela, pencil drawings by Frances Richardson who was born in Leeds and trained in Nigeria, as well as Juginder Lamba’s Indian and East African influenced sculpture work. The exhibition ran from 22 January – 26 March 1999. According to the catalogue, the ‘Routes’ exhibition was held to “reveal some of the complexities, contradictions, and opportunities that emerge from a cross cultural society, and unsettles many assumptions about ‘black art'”. The digitised portion of this catalogue includes an introduction by the curator Rose Issa, an extract of the ‘Routes’ essay pertaining to Juginder Lamba by Everlyn Nicodemus, and a list of Juginder Lamba’s illustrations included in the catalogue.

Date of Creation / Publication1999
CreatorBrunei Gallery, School of Oriental and African Studies
Associated Person/ OrganisationLamba, Juginder
LocationLondon
Collection and Reference NumberJuginder Lamba Collection (GB 2661 JL)
Catalogue NumberJL/EXH/11
CopyrightThe Creator and/ or associated person or organisation where applicable.
Access to originalsThe originals belong to Juginder Lamba
Series notesThis grouping features invitation cards, excerpts from books and information leaflets, as well as highly informative sections and whole catalogues relating to Juginder Lama
Collection notesJuginder Lamba was born in Nairobi in January 1948.
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