Lot - 24 - Divine Southgate-Smith - Soon Home
Lot - 24 - Divine Southgate-Smith - Soon Home

Lot - 24 - Divine Southgate-Smith - Soon Home

Oil Pastel

2024

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Hector Campbell

ARTIST INFO

About 

Divine Southgate-Smith (b. 1995, Lome, Togo) has developed a practice comprising film, text, spoken word, performance, sound, installation, and sculpture. The work often references and questions articulations of black, queer, and female experience. Southgate-Smith is the founder of the curatorial platform for expanded media and performance, The House of Contemporaries (2020), and the former Co-Founder of 14TH CINEMA (2016-2018). Her work has been featured in *Wallpaper, *AD Daily France, UMBIGO Magazine, The Other Sight & WWD. 

 

Education 

2019-2022 

MA Fine Art, Royal Academy School, London, UK 

2014-2017 

BA Fine Art, Central St Martins, London, UK 

 

Solo Shows 

2023 

TEETH KISSIN’, SOUP Gallery, London, UK 

2018  

Dis (Places), Galeria Foco, Lisbon, Portugal 

 

Group Shows 

2023 

Art in Architecture, Corner, London, UK 

Slugtown Fundraiser, Slugtown, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 

The last train after the last train, PUBLIC Gallery, London, UK 

DAWA, 3537, Dover Street Market, Paris, France 

2022 

ACall Festival: Sediment, Kunstraum, London, UK 

Of Mythic Worlds, Sainsbury Center for Visual Arts, Norwich, UK 

2019 

Frente n2, Desterro, Lisbon, Portugal 

Europe under construction, Schrill, Braunschweig, Germany 

(Putting words) in my mouth, Galeria Foco, Lisbon, Portugal 

Mellifluous Elephant, Casa da Dona Laura, Lisbon, Portugal 

2018 

Artist Residency Exhibition, THIRDBASE, Lisbon, Portugal  

 

Awards 

2024 

East Gallery Fellow, Norwich, UK 

2021 

FRAME Awards, 2021 

2017 

MULLEN LOWE GROUP NOVA Award 

The International TAKIFUJI Art Award 

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