|Sokari Douglas Camp||
Title: Ininaa's Chair
Medium: Welded metal
Camp was born in Buguma, Nigeria. She received her BA with Honors from the Central School of Art and Design, London, England and her MA from the Royal College of Art, London. Her work is in public collections including Unilever, London; Glenbow Museum, Canada; Centro Atlantico de Art Moderno, Las Palmas, Spain; and Citibank Corporation (International). As part of private collections, her work is located in Nigeria, England, U.S.A., France, Italy, Spain, and Germany.
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Steel Stories, Angel Road Gallery, Nottingham, England, 1996; Play and Display, Museum of Mankind, London, 1995-'96; Contemporary African Art Gallery, New York, 1995; Urban Walk, Barbican Centre, London, 1994; Peopling of London, Museum of London, 1994; Steel Clothes and Ornamentation, Redtern Gallery, London, 1993; Sue Williams Gallery, London, 1992; Urban Women, South Bank Centre, London, 1992; Market People, Chelsea Arts Club, London, 1991; Marcus and Marcus Gallery, Amsterdam, 1991; Pilminster Studio, Taunton, 1991; New Work, Sue Williams Gallery, London, 1990; and Echoes of the Kalahari, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, 1988-'89.
Her selected group exhibitions include: Open Sculpture Exhibition, Royal West of England Academy, 1996; Die Andere Reise (The Other Journey), Kunst Hallie Krems, Austria, 1996; The Museum of Fine Art Gifu, Japan, 1996; Maru Game Inokuma, Genich Iro Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan, 1996; Koriyama City Museum of Art, Japan, 1996; Himeji City Museum of Art, Japan, 1996; The Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Japan, 1996; An Inside Story. African Art of Our Time, Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 1995; Sculpture in Paradise, Chichester, England, 1995; Figure & Fantasy Sculpture, Canterbury, England, 1994; Sculpture 1993, Chelsea Harbour, London, 1993; The Tate Gallery, Liverpool, England, 1992; Fundacio Antoni Tapies, Barcelona, Spain, 1992; Espace Lyonnaise d'Art Contemporain, Lyon, France, 1992; Ludovic Forum, Aachen, Germany, 1992; and New Museum for the Contemporary Art, New York, 1991.