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Zeinab Saleh, Contemporary Art Lecture poster, 2021

Zeinab Saleh, Contemporary Art Lecture poster, 2021

, 2021

Zeinab Saleh (b.1996, Kenya) lives and works in London. She received her BFA from Slade School of Fine Art, University College London in 2019.  

Zeinab Saleh’s interdisciplinary practice takes the form of painting, drawing and video. Drawing on VHS tapes of home video footage and music, Saleh’s work offers a backdrop of accumulated personal histories, holding an aura that links the personal to the collective. 

Recent exhibitions include, Softest place (on earth), Camden Art Centre, London (2021) [solo exhibition], Nour el Ain, Karma International, Switzerland (2021), After Image, MAMOTH, London (2020), Condo, mother’s tankstation, London (2020) [two-person exhibition with Yuko Mohri], The Poetics of the Neighbourhood Rascals, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam (2019), A patch of green in London, Cookhouse Gallery, London (2019), The Age of New Babylon, Lethaby Gallery, London (2018), Redress, UCL Art Museum, London (2018), Widening the Gaze, Slade Research Centre, London (2018).