Selected Publications on Maud Sulter



2018    Zing Tsjeng,  Four of the best British artists you’ve never heard of (because they are women) New Statesman, 27 September 2018

2018    New Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women, eds.Elizabeth Ewan, Rose Pipes, Jane rental, Sian Reynolds. Entry on Maud Sulter by Adele Patrick. Forthcoming

2018   Denise Murrell, Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet to Matisse to Today, New York & London: Yale University Press, 2018. Forthcoming.

2018     Valentine Plisnier, L’art africain : de la réception esthétique à l’action politique     dans le photomontage. Hannah Höch, Mieczyslaw Berman et Maud Sulter : trois artistes, trois époques. Recherches en Esthétique, no. 23

2018    Gerda Stevenson, Quines : Poems in Tribute to Women of Scotland, Edinburgh: Luath Press

2017    Anya Montiel, After Columbus [on exhibitions highlighting resistance to colonization], Art in America, October 2017, 86-91 

2017   Paul Lowe, ed., 1001 Photographs You Must See Before You Die, London: Cassell

2017   Christian Thompson: Ritual Intimacy, with contributions by Brian Catling, Marina Warner, Hetti Perkins and Christian Thompson, Monash University Museum of Art

2016    Alexandra Kokoli, The Feminist Uncanny in Theory and Art Practice, London: Bloomsbury

2016    Brenda Cooper, If the Shoe Fits, Appropriating Identity. In: Jackie Stacey and Janet Wolff ed., Writing Otherwise. Experiments in Cultural Criticism, Manchester: Manchester University Press

2016   Philippe Dagen, Les télescopages de Maud Sulter, Le Monde, 27 July

2015   Giles Sutherland, Sulter’s art and poetry need time and space‘, The Times, 13 June

2015.   Susannah Thompson, Maud Sulter: Passion.

2015    Maud Sulter: Passion, London: Altitude Editions

2015    Maud Sulter: Syrcas, London: Autograph ABP

2015    Rachel Carroll, Black Britain and the Classic Adaptation: Integrated Casting in Television Adaptations of Oliver Twist and Little Dorrit,  Adaptation, 8:1, pp. 16–30

2014    Eddie Chambers, Black Artists in British Art: A History from 1950 to the Present. London: IB Taurus

2014    Lubaina Himid, On the Life and Work of the Late Maud Sulter (1960-2008). In: Tiffany Boyle and Jessica Cardon, eds., A Thousand of Him Scattered: Relative Newcomers in Diaspora. London: TrAIN, University of the Arts London.

2014    Deborah Cherry, With Her Fingers on the Political Pulse: The Transnational Curating of Maud Sulter. In: A. Dimitrakaki and L. Perry, eds. Politics in A Glass Case: Feminism, Exhibition Cultures and Cultural Transgressions, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press

2013    Agnes Lugo-Ortiz and. Angela Rosenthal, eds, Slave Portraiture in the Atlantic World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2013    Alison Donnell,  ed., Companion to Contemporary Black British Culture. 2nd ed. London: Routledge.

2012    Tiffany Boyle and Jessica Cardon, The White Aesthetic Necessitated by the Glasgow Miracle: Two Invisible Case Studies. What We Have Done, What We Are About To Do. Published on Issuu.

2013    Deborah Cherry,  Image-Making with Jeanne Duval in Mind: Photoworks by Maud Sulter, 1989-2003. In: M. Meskimmon and D. Rowe, eds. Women, Art and Globalization: Eccentric Encounters. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

2012    Eddie Chambers, Things Done Change: The Cultural Politics of Recent Black Artists in Britain. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

2011    Lubaina Himid, Thin Black Line(s). Preston: Making Histories Visible.

2010    Jane Gray,  The Woman with the Ibo Nose and the Scottish Tongue: Expressions of Belonging and Return in Jackie Kay’s Writing, Etudes Ecossaises, no, 13, pp. 155-168

2009    Matt McGuire and Colin Nicholson, eds, The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Scottish Poetry. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

2009    Richard J Powell, Cutting a Figure: Fashioning Black Portraiture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

2007    Mark Sealy, Maud Sulter: Les Bijoux, Next Level. no. 12

1998  Jim Mabon, Europe’s African Heritage in the Creative Work of Maud Sulter, Research in African Literatures29: 4,  pp. 148-155