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  • The Blk Art Group

    Formed in Wolverhampton, England, in 1979, The Blk Art Group was an association of young black artists who, inspired by the black arts movement, raised questions about what black art was, its identity and what it could become in the future

  • Hi-Red Center

    Hi-Red Center was a short-lived radical art collective that emerged in post-war Japan and was active between 1963 and 1964

  • AfriCOBRA

    AfriCOBRA was a Chicago-based group of black artists whose shared aim was to develop their own aesthetic in the visual arts in order to empower black communities

  • Guerrilla Girls

    The Guerrilla Girls are a group of anonymous American female artists who seek to expose sexual and racial discrimination in the art world and the wider cultural arena

  • Bloomsbury

    Bloomsbury is the name commonly used to identify a circle of intellectuals and artists who lived in Bloomsbury, near central London, in the period 1904–40

  • Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK)

    The Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK) were a pioneering artist collective formed in the 1980s in Slovenia which addressed the social and political history of the country

  • Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.)

    Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) was a collective formed in 1967 in New York to promote collaboration between the arts and new technology

  • Spiral

    Spiral was a New York based African American collective formed in 1963 with the aim of addressing how African American artists should respond to America’s changing political and cultural landscape

  • Art Workers' Coalition (AWC)

    The Art Workers' Coalition (AWC) was a group of activists who came together in New York in 1969 to promote artists’ rights and to challenge the art establishment into implementing various reforms

  • Fluxus

    Fluxus is an international avant-garde collective or network of artists and composers founded in the1960s and still continuing today

  • Autograph ABP

    Autograph ABP are an influential photography collective set up in 1988 to support photographers from racial minorities, and also to confront the lack of visual representation of marginalised groups in British society

  • Afrapix

    Afrapix was a photographers' collective and agency founded in South Africa in 1982 which encouraged its members to use photography as activism

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