Rianna Jade Parker

From a kaleidoscopic portrait of Alabama to a documentary about police violence in the UK, frieze contributors select four must-watch films 

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A rarely seen documentary shows the UK's Black communities in the wake of two tragic incidences of police brutality towards unarmed Black mothers in 1985

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As the artist’s inaugural show at Paula Cooper Gallery opens in New York, Rianna Jade Parker guides us through her filmmaking trajectory

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The artist looks to the life of Marcus Garvey, founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association, to foster a kind of kinship you can literally hold

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A guide to the best shows around town

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The movement that is traditionally understood as white and privileged was more racially mixed than is commonly accepted

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The Haitian-born artist discusses the climate crisis, losing his memory and belonging to a country of ruptures and profound dreaming

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A force in the late ’80s and ’90s, the photographer and critic receives her first solo show in over 22 years at Autograph, London

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After gaining UNESCO protected status, acknowledgement of the influential music genre is long overdue 

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From the High Line Plinth to the Whitney Biennial and the Guggenheim, the artist’s sculptures celebrate the architecture of the Black female body

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A 1979 televisual essay by the cultural theorist offers insight into black politics and representational struggle in the British media

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At Autograph, London, Boswell’s first institutional exhibition reveals what it truly means to recover from trauma

By Rianna Jade Parker