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Family Pictures: My Parents and ‘GENERATIONS’

GENERATIONS Installation View, Showing: Hurvin Anderson, Is It Okay to be Black? (Image: Carlotta Pierleoni) I think I should start this review by talking about my family. My Mum was raised in south London by my Jamaican grandparents, who came to England as children following their parents who were from ‘the Windrush generation’. My Dad is from the Lancashire town (now city) of Preston and has lived in the north of England nearly his entire life. The two of them raised me and my brother in the west Yorkshire town of Huddersfield, before I moved to London for university. I feel that this disclaimer-style explanation of my next of kin becomes relevant in regard to The Courtauld MA Curating the

‘The Mountains are Quiet and the Days Grow Long’: The Steady Hand of Ch’en Shu

Welcome to my second column! This week we are moving across to China to look at the life and works of the artist Ch’en Shu (1660-1736). Ch’en Shu, The White Cockatoo, Detail, 1721, Hanging scroll, ink and colours on paper, 94.0 x 43.7 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, John Steward Kennedy Fund. 1913 (13.220.31) (Image: https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/36015) Born in 1660, she came from an upper-class family which had, for many generations, lived in the Hsiu-shui district of Chiahsing prefecture, Chekiang province and produced a number of high-ranking officials in the local administration. She was born on the birthday of the god of literature (the third day of the second mont

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