Encounters: The Art of Interfaith Dialogue ed. Nicola Green & Aaron Rosen was reviewed by Lucinda Allen Mosher for the Journal of Interreligious Studies.
St. Mary-at-Hill Thursday Conversation
Nicola will be delivering a lecture ‘Encounters, a new era in interfaith dialogue’. This is part of St. Mary-at-Hill Church’s ‘Thursday Conversation’ series, organised by Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin: Priest-in-Charge of St Mary-at-Hill, Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons, priest vicar at Westminster Abbey and chaplain to the Queen.
Nicola Green appeared on Radio 4’s Beyond Belief to discuss the religious significance of the colour purple throughout history.
Encounters: The Art of Interfaith Dialogue (2018)
Art and concept by Nicola Green, Edited by Aaron Rosen Published by Brepols, Part of the Arts and the Sacred Series
Good Morning Sunday 28/10/18
Nicola Green was a guest on BBC Radio 2’s Good Morning Sunday, speaking about her groundbreaking exhibition Encounters.
Encountering the Sacred St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
Nicola Green took part in a lecture, chaired by The Church of England and BBC’s Richard Coles and is joined by Neil MacGregor and Ben Okri.
Taking RS Thomas’ poem “The Bright Field” as their starting point each of our speakers will be speaking about their own encounter with the sacred.
Encounters launches at St Martin-in-the-Fields
Nicola Green’s groundbreaking exhibition Encounters has launched at the crypt in St Martin-in-the-Fields, open daily until 6:30 until 19/11/18.
Nicola Green featured on BBC World News
Nicola Green appeared on Global with Matthew Amroliwala for BBC World News to discuss her latest project Encounters.
Nicola Green in the 2018 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Nicola Green's Carnival, Pearls has been selected as part of Grayson Perry's Room of Fun at the Royal Academy's 2018 Summer Exhibition. This is the 250th anniversary of the world's oldest open submission exhibition. Green's work was specially selected for this room curated by Grayson Perry.
The 2018 Summer Exhibition will be held from 12 June to 19 August 2018.
Nicola Green featured on BBC 2's Newsnight, February 2018
Green was brought onto the evening show to discuss political portraiture and Kehinde Wiley's official portrait of President Obama.
Diaspora Pavilion: Venice to Wolverhampton
10 February - 29 April 2018, Wolverhampton Art Gallery
A selection of artists shown at the Diaspora Pavilion, co-founded by Nicola Green, are now part of a re-staging at Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Read Art Fund's article on the show, open from 10 February to 29 April 2018.
London Art Fair, Islington Design Centre
17 - 21 January 2018, Stand G32
Nicola Green is delighted to be participating in the 30th Edition of the London Art Fair.
Presented by Candida Stevens, Nicola Green will be showing amongst Nicola Bensley, Julian Brown, Stephen Farthing RA, Alice Kettle, Irene Lees, & David Nash RA. Available works.
Green will be presenting her Bate Bola, pictured above, which are recently returned from their exhibition at the Diaspora Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2017.
SOLO, Candida Stevens Gallery
13 January - 11 February 2018
Nicola Green is delighted to announce SOLO, an exhibition presented and curated byCandida Stevens Gallery . This exhibition features works from both In Seven Days... and The Dance of Colour and runs from 13th January - 11th February 2017.
Both bodies of work are concerned with identity, race and culture; themes that Green continues to explore. Shown at a time when the world and its leadership are in flux and questions of legacy, belonging and heritage are publicly and globally debated, it is a chance for visitors to view and consider these thought-provoking and pertinent pieces.
BBC Documentary - Venice Biennale: Britain's New Voices
BBC's documentary on the Diaspora Pavilion at the Venice Biennale has become a tribute to the late Khadija Saye.
Nicola Green donates work to Grassroot Soccer's World AIDS Day Gala
2 Dec 2017
Green donated an exclusive painting featuring David Beckham OBE striking a football to the Grassroots Soccer for their World AIDS Day Gala and Charity Auction.
Every year in December, more than 300 stars, footballers, philanthropists, and leaders in business and media come together at the Grassroot Soccer World AIDS Day Gala in London to support our work to educate, inspire, and mobilize young people in challenging circumstances to live healthier lives.
Green's Bate Bola shown in the Diaspora Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale
The Diaspora Pavilion is open from 13 May to 26 November 2017 at the Palazzo Pisani San Marina.
Diaspora Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale opens
Nicola Green and International Curators Forum(ICF) in partnership with University of the Arts London (UAL) with the support of Arts Council England, present Diaspora Platform and Beyond the Frame, designed to deliver 22 months of mentoring and professional development by twenty selected mentors. Twenty emerging British artists and curators from racially and culturally diverse backgrounds will be selected for involvement. During this time the artists will produce works that will be showcased in the Diaspora Platform exhibition at the Palazzo Pisani a Santa Marina during the time of the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017. Curated by ICF Director, David A. Bailey it will be the first of its kind. The provisional launch events in Venice span from Tuesday the 9th May to Thursday 13th May 2017.
Partners for Beyond the Frame include Iniva, New Art Exchange and Liverpool Biennial. Diaspora Platform is co - directed by Mark Crawley(UAL), David A. Bailey (ICF), Nicola Greenand Peter Clayton.
The launch of the two initiatives took place on the 9th November 2016 at UAL’s Chelsea College of Arts, during which the selected artists and curators were officially announced.
The Diaspora Platform exhibition will be running from 13th May – 26th November 2017 at Palazzo Pisani a Santa Marina, Venice, Italy.
The Human Rights Watch Annual Auction 2017
Nicola Green was delighted to donate Progress Plaza, to the Human Rights Watch's Annual Charity Auction. Progress Plaza (2008) is part of Nicola Greens acclaimed In Seven Days... series. This photo was taken by Nicola at 7am in Progress Plaza, North Philadelphia on Barnstorming day, 11th October 2008, 3 weeks before Obama’s first presidential election. This work is particularly poignant as the world now begins to focus on Obama’s legacy.
Nicola Green gives a private talk at Candida Stevens Gallery
Green gave a private talk on In Seven Days... at Candida Stevens Gallery on 21 January 2017.
Nicola Green's work shown at Face Value for the Katie Piper Foundation
14-20 December 2016
The show will be exhibited at the Strand Gallery from 16 - 20 December 2016. Curated by Gary Mansfield.
Nicola Green Exhibits Sacrifice, Obama at ICON
10 September - 22 October 2016
Nicola Green is pleased to exhibit in ICON: Worthy of our 21st century attention? curated by Candida Stevens.
'The exhibition features 23 British figurative artists, who cast their gaze over our social, cultural, religious and political icons, through their 21st century looking glasses. Some are icons themselves and others are arguably creators of future iconic imagery. They cut through the bombardment of visuals, noise and information of our modern world and pick out the symbols, people and ideas that represent our thoughts, dominate our attention or are held up as worthy of our adulation.'
Nicola Green secures funding for the Diaspora Pavilion at House of Commons
Nicola Green successfully secured funding for the Diaspora Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale. Arts Council England has promised £300,000 for the Diaspora Pavilion, co-founded by Nicola Green and David A. Bailey of International Curator Forum (ICF).
Nicola Green's The Dance of Colour
Flowers Gallery, Cork Street 25 May - June 2016
Nicola Green is pleased to present her new body of work The Dance of Colour, a series of mixed media portraits which focuses on participants of the Rio Carnival in Brazil, expanding Green’s ongoing exploration of identity and race within contemporary culture.
Nicola Green talks to the BBC's Cultural Frontline
10 March 2016
Nicola Green discusses the meaning of colour in her work and the difficulty of replicating the colours she mixes herself.