Lisson Gallery London An Infinity of Traces

Join Columbia University Club of London and Penn Club of the United Kingdom for private tour at Lisson Gallery with Barnard College alumna Sophie Lambert BC'12.

Tickets are extremely limited as we continue to follow the Government organised events guidance for Covid-19. 

Lisson Gallery is pleased to present An Infinity of Traces, a group exhibition featuring eleven UK-based established and emerging, female and non-binary, Black artists whose work explores notions of race, history, being and belonging. The artists address these themes through a variety of mediums, from moving image to sculpture and installation. Curated by Ekow Eshun, writer, broadcaster and former Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts London, the exhibition reflects not only on the Black Lives Matter protests, but on the existence of a more sustained antipathy to the Black presence that, in Britain, has deep roots in the nation’s imperial past. With this legacy in mind, the artists confront topics such as self-care, kinship, and collective solidarity in their work.

We have also been invited to an online talks programme for An Infinity of Traces which you can learn more about HERE.

Drinks will be served during the event. 

May 26, 2021 at 6:00pm - 8pm

Lisson Gallery

27 Bell St
London, United Kingdom NW1 5BY
United Kingdom

Stephen Elms

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