Richard Saltoun Gallery presents a major solo exhibition of African diaspora artist Everlyn Nicodemus (b.1954), her first with the gallery. The exhibition marks Nicodemus' first solo show in London in over 15 years and brings together a selection of works spanning 40 years, including unseen paintings from The Wedding series. Everlyn Nicodemus is one of the strongest feminist voices to emerge from Africa in the past 30 years. Drawing on personal experience and her battle with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Nicodemus' work explores the universal issues of racism, cultural trauma, human suffering and the marginalisation of women throughout history. Born...
  • Everlyn NICODEMUS is an artist, writer and curator. As an artist, she produces powerful works centred on personal and cultural...

    Everlyn NICODEMUS is an artist, writer and curator. As an artist, she produces powerful works centred on personal and cultural trauma as well as the role art can play in healing, while her research and curatorial interests focus on the history of Modern African Art. Born in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania in 1954, Nicodemus' life has been marked by movement: she is part of a moving di...