An Alternative History of Art
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I’ve made four episodes of the BBC Radio 4 series ‘An Alternative History of Art’, which profiles overlooked visual artists of the 20th century. “Art history has been written from a white, Western male perspective. What would an alternative canon look like?”

You can listen again here:

Episode 1 – British Surrealist Eileen Agar

Episode 2 – Syrian portraitist Marwan

Episode 3 – Performance and installation artist Helen Chadwick

Episode 4 – Photographer Rotimi Fani-Kayode

Image: Autobiography of an Embryo by Eileen Agar