Mary Kelly Interview for the South London Gallery exhibition ‘Went to work Came back’

MK: ‘Lets start with how I came to London from the middle east and had lived in Beirut and had really been introd...

Introduction

The 1960s and 70s were a seminal moment for Women’s rights. It was the decade when women used their bodies to rise up through art. In one explosive decade feminist artists revolutionised...

Archival practices have changed under the impact of the introduction of digital technologies. These technologies challenge traditional notions of the permanence and stability of the archival documen...

Feminism Politics and Activism

Feminism belongs on the shortlist of recent intellectual revolutions that includes Darwinism, Marxism, and psychoanalysis. Like these other dramatic sea changes, femini...

"I was thinking: Okay, so where do I stand? I live in England. I'm from Nigeria. Nigeria was colonised by the British. The Victorian era was the height of colonialism in Africa. How do I relate to t...

Two decades back, when we came into central universities from small towns, the first and indirect demand on us was to change the way we dress. I still remember being handed over the urban clothes of...

The idea of landscape in art as a medium for expressing the political upheavals of the time is an interesting one. It is a marketable commodity to be presented and represented in packaged tours..an...

It is interesting to compare and contrast their work in light of their differing ages, influences and ideologies. Marlene Dumas, born in apartheid South Africa, was hugely influenced by the environm...

Hello and welcome to my new website showcasing my artwork to date. Let me know what you think!

 

Please reload

© 2019 - 2020 DIYVA SHARMA | Artist | London

Design by Sarah Lou Studio