Published On 4 October, 2012 | By Lolia | arts & culture, Events
As part of Black History month, artist Joy Richardson puts on an exhibition exploring a journey into identity; individual, group and the impact of conflict.

As you may know every year in October, Black History is celebrated and there are many exciting and inspiring events to attend. Starting from the 1st to 31st October at Hackney Central Library, the exhibition titled ‘Surviving Conflict’ features beautiful oil paintings into the journey of identity: individual, group and the impact of conflict by Joy Richardson, who is an amazing Guyanese artist, known for her intriguing oil paintings of people and places in Guyana, why not take a look at the spectacular history of conflict in black communities?

Check the ‘Surviving Conflict’ website for directions.

You can also check out Joy’s paintings of the people and places in Guyana on her website.

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