Creation For Liberation – 2nd Open Exhibition By Black Artists

Creation for Liberation was a Black artists cultural organisation based in Railton Road, Brixton.  Their first Open Exhibition had been held in the St Matthews Church and for this show they were given free run of the Gallery.

I think most members of the Collective hoped that the exhibition would lead to a greater collaboration between the two groups but CfL made it clear that they did not want to pursue that path.


Artists in show:
Sylvan Alleyne, Ankobra, Rasheed Araeen, Paddi Arts, Paul Barrett, Ron Best, Percival Blake, Tyrone Bravo, Chila Burman, Pogus Caesar, Leroy Aurundel Cargill, Carl Clark, Michael Coutain, Anthony Daley, Paul Dash, Fieroza Doorsen, Etienne Dwumah, Terry Dyer, Stella Ezekiel, Winitha Fernando, Denzil Forrester, Samii Francis, Christopher Grey, Moses Gutsa, Rosetta Halstead, Anthony Jadunath, Gavin Jantjes, Tom Joseph, George Kelly, Trevor Landell, Roland Lawar, Frane Lessac, Errol Lloyd, Myrna Loy, Stella Lymas, Hurren Everell Marsh, Shaheen Merali, Rose McDonald, Clevert Mckenzie, Anthony Miller, Paul Milliner, Tony Moo-Young, Courtney Morgan, Leslie Morgan, Gordon de la Mothe, Pitika Ntuli, Johney Ohene, Harold Patten, Keith Piper, Kell Poisson, Yvonne Roach, Derick Rose, Martin Santos, Maud Sulter, Gillis Simon, Barry Simpson, Ibi Taylor, Gerald Telman, Shanti Thomas, David Trotman, Errol Walker, Tony Walliston, Ansell Walters, Audrey West, John Wilkie, Godfrey Williams

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