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Salena Barry

Salena Barry is a writer and digital communications professional living in London, UK. She is a 2022 Jerwood Writer in Residence.

This year’s edition reflects the country’s ambitious climate targets but risks obscuring what it aims to highlight

BY Salena Barry |

Moderna Museet, Stockholm director Gitte Ørskou discusses the end of blockbuster shows and the importance of experimental programming

BY Salena Barry AND Gitte Ørskou |

At Brighton CCA, the artist’s latest participatory installation invites audiences to comb for gold in tonnes of stones transported from the nearby coast

BY Salena Barry |

At Alison Jacques, London, the Turner Prize-nominated artist recasts Caribbean flora and quotidian objects as symbols of interconnectedness and care

BY Salena Barry |

Salena Barry reflects on how the public art commission captures the pioneering spirit of Britain’s Caribbean community

BY Salena Barry |

Salena Barry selects her top picks – from Nicola L.’s kinky, penetrable sculptures at Alison Jacques to Jeff Wall’s monumental photographs at White Cube

BY Salena Barry |

From Rhea Dillon’s reflections on labour to the best of Black British fashion, Frieze New Writers have selected the top shows to see this season