Kareem Reid (b. 1992, London, UK) lives and works in London, UK. Reid is an artist, writer and founder of Body Party, an intentionally queer space for black bodies and the people who love them. Graduating with a BA Film and Literature from Warwick University in 2013, his critical essays, club nights and video installations have been featured in institutions Museum Volkenkunde (Leiden, Netherlands) and Tate Britain (London) as well as London and New York based publications Dazed, i-D, British Film Institute, The Fader and Paper.
Group Exhibitions as artist: Queer British Art 1861-1967, Tate Britain, London, (2017); Unhinged: Ain’t I Beautiful, Hive Gallery, London, (2017); Body Party Museum, Museum Volkenkunde, Netherlands, (2016); Queenies Fades & Blunts, Freeman Space, New York, (2014);
As curator: Crossing the Black Atlantic, Photfusion Studio, London, (2015); Queenies Fades & Blunts, Freeman Space, New York, (2014); Changing State, The Nursery, (2014); Keep the Water Coloured, Trispace Gallery, (2014).
For more information visit kareemreid.com.
GoMA hosts six artists in conversation, paying homage to the TV series After Dark, a late-night discussion programme broadcast between 1987 and 1997. What kinds of conversations would artists have ‘After Dark’?
This event is part of Polygraphs, a group exhibition centred on Abstract, by Hito Steyerl, which explores truth, fiction and evidence in a complex world. After Dark plays with the museum institution, the public and the private and how our spaces are informed by the conversations within them.
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