Painting black women so they fill the page
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Painting black women so they fill the page

Claudette Johnson is one of the most prominent black artists in Britain. A new exhibition at Modern Art Oxford reflects on her body of work dedicated to the representation of black bodies, particularly black women.

Johnson is a huge inspiration for emerging painter Joy Labinjo. Watch what happens when the two get the chance to meet.

Produced by Fatma Wardy.

  • 02 Jun 2019
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