Donald Rodney

1961–1998

Donald Rodney, ‘In the House of My Father’ 1996–7
In the House of My Father 1996–7
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In Tate Liverpool
In Tate Britain

Biography

Donald Gladstone Rodney (18 May 1961 – 4 March 1998) was a British artist. He was a leading figure in Britain's BLK Art Group of the 1980s and became recognised as "one of the most innovative and versatile artists of his generation." Rodney's work appropriated images from the mass media, art and popular culture to explore issues of racial identity and racism.

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Artworks

Donald Rodney In the House of My Father

1996–7

Donald Rodney How the West was Won

1982

Donald Rodney Visceral Canker

1990

Donald Rodney My Catechism

1997

Artist as subject

Donald Rodney In the House of My Father

1996–7

Film and audio

Donald Rodney: A Practice Unfolding

See how Donald Rodney explores race and representation in his sketchbook collection

Features

Sketches, letters, etc.

Donald Rodney Sketchbook number 5

1983–4

Donald Rodney Sketchbook number 21

1987–8

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