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Chris Ofili

6 Podcast Episodes

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Chris Ofili and BLM - Black Lives Matter

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In this episode Dr Jay Hicks discusses Chris Ofili's brilliant painting No Woman, No Cry in the context of the BLM movement. 


15 Jan 2022

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Episode 2 - Chris Ofili - The Holy Virgin Mary - 1996

Is It Art?

We discuss YBA artist Chris Ofili's work 'The Holy Virgin Mary' and its mixed media impact. Sinead is into it.


1 Oct 2021

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Episode 11 | Chris Ofili and Emily Wilson

Dialogues: The David Zwirner Podcast

An epic live episode of Dialogues. In journeying deep into Homer’s Odyssey in front of an audience at David Zwirner’s 69th Street gallery in New York, artist Chris Ofili and classicist Emily Wilson encounter religion, art, personal history, gender issues, Trinidad, Greece, truth, lies. Featuring a live reading from Wilson, the first woman to translate The Odyssey into English and a 2019 MacArthur Fellow


23 Oct 2019

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Tim Spall plays Lowry, artists in movies, Chris Ofili and Jasmine Thomas-Girvan

The Week in Art

New season! In this first episode, we talk to Timothy Spall about the new film Mrs Lowry and Son and to Jacqueline Riding who worked closely with Spall as an art consultant on Mike Leigh's Mr Turner. Plus, Chris Ofili and Jasmine Thomas-Girvan give an exclusive interview about their show at David Zwirner in London and their lives and work in Trinidad. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 1min

6 Sep 2019

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David Adjaye on Chris Ofili

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Chris Ofili's The Upper Room was first displayed in 2002, to great critical acclaim. This installation, on show in the current exhibition, consists of thirteen works in a chapel-like environment designed by the award-winning architect David Adjaye.


8 Apr 2010

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Chris Ofili: Curator's Talk

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Judith Nesbitt, Chief Curator at Tate Britain, shares her experience of curating the current Chris Ofili exhibition.

1hr 7mins

7 Apr 2010