HOME by Ronan Mckenzie

Born out of the necessity for a truly accessible art space with both a well curated presentation of exhibitions, and a wide programme of events, HOME is one of very few black owned art spaces in London. Founded to create a distinct space with a new set of understandings of how to contextualise a diverse range of artists, building on personal experiences of institutions and providing a new infrastructure for creativity.

With a leading focus on supporting Black and Indigenous People of Colour, HOME aligns with the contemporary economic climate, with a considered curatorial and events offerings pertaining to the work of BIPOC artists in a context that thoroughly understands them from the inside out. At a time when society has progressed from not wanting to even showcase the work of BIPOC artists, to the current presentations of them which are mainly led by white teams without true understanding to contextualise the work, HOME is a malleable concept which transforms and responds to the artists it houses and the community it is built for.

Born out of the necessity for a truly accessible art space with both a well curated presentation of exhibitions, and a wide programme of events, HOME is one of very few black owned art spaces in London. Founded to create a distinct space with a new set of understandings of how to contextualise a diverse range of artists, building on personal experiences of institutions and providing a new infrastructure for creativity.

With a leading focus on supporting Black and Indigenous People of Colour, HOME aligns with the contemporary economic climate, with a considered curatorial and events offerings pertaining to the work of BIPOC artists in a context that thoroughly understands them from the inside out. At a time when society has progressed from not wanting to even showcase the work of BIPOC artists, to the current presentations of them which are mainly led by white teams without true understanding to contextualise the work, HOME is a malleable concept which transforms and responds to the artists it houses and the community it is built for.

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