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Tracing the thin black line

Article relating to an exhibition, 2003
Published by: The Scotsman
Year published: 2003
Unpaginated.

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Cutting from the Scotsman newspaper, 25 May 2003, Arts Section p.8

Title: Tracing the thin black line. subtitle: Her mixed ancestry is Maud Sulter’s abiding inspiration. Writer: Ann Donald

Article contains a photograph of the artist in front of her work and a smaller inset photograph - the photograph is subtitled: Avatars: Maud Sulter with Urania, a representation of the muse of astronomy, and below left, a portrait of playright and critic Bonnie Greer. From the article: “The photographer, poet and cultural historian remains as elusive as the subject of her latest exhibition, Jeanne Duval: A Melodrama.“ Article ends with: “Jeanne Duval: A Melodrama by Maud Sulter is at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery from Friday until August 31“.

Related people

»  Maud Sulter

Born, 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland. Died, 2008

Related exhibitions

Related venues

»  Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Edinburgh, United Kingdom