Frank Bowling
Sonia Boyce
Rice 'n peas
Winston Branch
West Indian, 1973, oil on canvas. (C) Winston Branch. Image courtesy Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Rugby Borough Council copy
Chila Kumari Burman
Auto Portrait, 1995, inkjet on canvas (c) The Artist
Sokari Douglas Camp
Nigerian Woman Shopping
Eddie Chambers
How Much Longer, 1983. (C) The Arist. Image courtesy Museums Sheffield.
Claudette Johnson
Woman with an earring, 1982. (C) The Artist.
Paul Dash
Self-Portrait, 1972, oil on canvas. (C) The Artist
Uzo Egonu
Denzil Forrester
Dub Scratch, 1990, oil on canvas (c) The Artist, Image courtesy Harris Museum
Lost Queen of Pernambuco, 1989 (C) The Artist
Lubaina Himid
La Touissant Louverture
Taiwo Jegede
Tam Joseph
Spirit of the Carnival
Kofi Kayiga
Ras King, 1982, oil on canvas. (C) The Artist
Errol Lloyd
The Lesson, 1972, oil on canvas, (c) Errol Lloyd
John Lyons
Jab Jab, 1988 (C) The Artist
Ron Moody
Keith Piper
You are now entering Mau Mau Country
Aubrey Williams
Quetzalcoatl III (Olmec Maya and Now series) 1984, oil on canvas. Courtesy October
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Items from the Huntley Collection feature works by: 


Firdous Ali

Valerie Bloom

Lennox Carty

Faustin Charles

Lena Charles

Bernard Coard

Phyllis Coard

Edward Cohen

Rudy Collins

Myvanwy Evans

Tom Feelings

John Freeman

Johan Galtung

Stanley Greaves

Shirley Grottes

Kim Harley

Ras Daniel Heartman

Frank Hasfal

Althea Helps

Una Howe

Accabre Huntley

Eric Huntley

Jessica Huntley

Carl Hylton

Linton Kwesi Johnson

Audvil King

Eusi Kwayana

Richard Lannoy

Errol Lewis

Lisa Levi

Jerome Liebling

Pauline Milliner

Peter Nazareth

Earl Neish

Maggie Nightingale

Peter O’Brien

Samuel Agonda Ochola

Turu Pomel

Stephen Porter

Roy Preiswerk

Walter Rodney

Robert A. Rogers

Hans Rutlin

Andrew Salkey

Tony Sealy

Julian Stapleton

Odette Thomas

Carl Tulloch

Mervyn Weir

Pam Wint

Dahlia Ziegler

The Artists’ Profiles

The exhibition partners – Friends of the Huntley Archives at LMA, Guildhall Art Gallery and London Metropolitan Archives – would like to thank all artists and contributors without whom this exhibition would not have been possible. To find out more about the exhibiting artists, please visit their websites:

FHALMA is a UK registered charity.

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