Chiedza Mhondoro

Chiedza Mhondoro is currently a post-graduate student in eighteenth century British art at the Courtauld Institute of Art. Her research interests lie in the visual and material culture produced in the trans-Atlantic world, focusing on Britain’s connection to North America and the Caribbean, and its positioning in a global context. She also traces the resonances of this complex art history in the work of contemporary British artists. Chiedza values the ability to incorporate varied perspectives into British and international art historical narratives at a time when curators, academics and others within arts institutions are increasingly being called to participate in a nuanced dialogue on the social, political and cultural experience of our localities.

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