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Richard Mark Rawlins

The True Black Crown

Archival ink on Hanemule Photo Rag 308gsm

86 x 63cm (framed)

Starting Bid: £600

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,200

Richard Mark Rawlins (b.1967, Trinidad and Tobago) is a graduate of the RCA print programme (2019). Rawlins’ research takes a transnational approach to the "pop-cultural" poetics and politics of life in the Caribbean, the contested and resultant histories/realities of colonialism and it’s transpontine consequence, black identity and diaspora politics. Rawlins’ work has featured in the Drawing Biennial 2021, Drawing Room, London; The Human Touch: Making Art, Leaving Traces, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2021; Ingram Prize 2020; Wells Art Contemporary 2020; Photofringe 2020 and The Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival 2020. Rawlins' work has been acquired by the Wedge Curatorial Collection, Toronto; AMBA Collection, London, the Soho House Art Collection, London/Brighton and the Art Collection of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago.