Rhea Dillon

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We talk to the artist, who is showing in the Focus section at Frieze London 2022, about her works that deal with the experiences of the Caribbean diaspora

16 OCT 22

The art curator and historian, celebrated for the @ablackhistoryofart Instagram account, highlights works by Faith Ringgold, Jem Perucchini, Joy Labinjo, Sahara Longe, Chase Hall and more at this year's fair

BY Alayo Akinkugbe | 14 OCT 22

From Rhea Dillon’s reverential found objects at Soft Opening, London, to Douglas Gordon’s rumination on ancestral trauma at Dundee Contemporary Arts

BY frieze | 03 JUN 22

Sam Moore selects their top picks – from William Brickel’s contorted bodies at The Artist Room to Garrett Pruter’s reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ at Trafalgar Avenue 

BY Sam Moore | 12 MAY 22

These are the best exhibitions of the year – from a chronically overdue retrospective of Paula Rego to a debut offering of obfuscated, sexualised sculpture by Jack O’Brien

BY Sean Burns | 15 DEC 21

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