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Open Evening
Retracing Ribeiro: An Indian Artist in Camden
Tuesday 30th May, 7pm
Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre
Holborn Library (2nd floor), 32-38 Theobalds Road, WC1X 8PA
Exhibition runs to 28th July 2017


Camden New Journal
Ribeiro: Celebrating ‘forgotten’ artist’s odyssey, Dan Carrier
As an exhibition at Holborn Library ably demonstrates, Lancelot Ribeiro’s artistic journey spanned the continents.

Website | Release date: 26 May 2017


V&A - Ribeiro evening, 16 March 2017
To mark the 2017 UK-India Year of Culture, we shall be celebrating, as part of an HLF-supported ‘Retracing Ribeiro’ project, the artistic and cultural heritage of the pivotal Indian painter Lancelot Ribeiro (1933 – 2010), who lived a lifetime of experimentation.

Press Release | Book tickets | Release date: February 2017


The Indian Quarterly
Breaking Walls, Anita Roy
Struggling to cast off the shadow of his famous brother FN Souza, Lancelot Ribeiro found his warm, inclusive artistic voice in cold, indifferent London. It’s a voice, writes Anita Roy, that remains relevant
Website | Release date: January 2017

Retracing Ribeiro, Ananya Mukhopadhyay
Guest contributor Ananya Mukhopadhyay reviews Indian modernist Lancelot Ribeiro’s London exhibition.
Website | Release date: 16 November 2016


Art UK
Artist in focus: Lancelot Ribeiro, David Buckman
Artists in later life do sometimes get stuck in a stylistic rut. It is a charge that could never be made against another such expatriate, Lancelot Ribeiro ...
Website | Release date: 25 October 2016


The British Museum
Nicholas Treadwell remembers Lancelot Ribeiro and other Indian artists in 1960s Britain
Nicholas Treadwell, the inspiring gallerist who took art around Britain in double-decker buses in the 1960s, gives a talk on painter Lancelot Ribeiro, his fellow Indian artists and the London art scene for incoming artists in post-war Britain.
| Release date: October 2016



Ham & High
My father was always at peace when painting, Bridget Galton
An exhibtion at Burgh House, a film and talks form part of a heritage project drawing on the personal archive of Indian artist, Lancelot Ribeiro...
See article | Website | Release date: 22 September 2016




Grosvenor Gallery
Bakre, Ribeiro, Souza - Indian Modernist Landscapes 1950-1970

On view: 3 – 25 November 2016
Website | e-catalogue | Release date: September 2016



Burgh House & Hampstead Museum
Retracing Ribeiro’ Project Launch
As part of the 2017 UK-India Year of Culture, a new temporary exhibition at Burgh House will mark the launch of a year-long Heritage Lottery Fund supported programme exploring the life and work of Hampstead painter, Lancelot Ribeiro...
Press Release | Website | Release date: 2 September 2016


‘Retracing Ribeiro’ exploring the painter, Lancelot Ribeiro, wins Heritage Lottery Fund support
Retracing Ribeiro has been awarded £98,400 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), a project that will explore the artistic and cultural heritage of the prolific painter, Lancelot Ribeiro through an exploration of his art and poignant archive.
Press Release | Website | Release date: 17 August 2016


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