HOME: a Black-owned artist-led space for Black and Indigenous People of Colour

Founded by Ronan Mckenzie, HOME provides a creative space for Black and Indigenous People of Colour (collectively known as BIPOC) in London. It is also one of the few art spaces that remains artist-led, giving it a more direct and personal feel for the creatives it was built for.

In what has been a difficult year, especially for the art world, what Ronan has achieved is somewhat staggering; it gives us hope that creativity will continue to evolve and do what it does best – amplifying the voices of those who should be heard. As we (hopefully) move out of isolation and into the new year, spaces where communities can be fostered with only increase in importance. Home is a vital move in response to this, and to a system which does not work hard enough to nurture talent. We suggest you keep an eye out for the artists who will be gracing the walls of Home over the coming years.

via It’s Nice That

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More on HOME: Inside Home: the new London art space championing diversity, a feature in Nilüfer Yanya’s cultural highlights in The Guardian and the Financial Times.

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