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  • Rasheed Araeen, For Oluwale, 1971–73 (1975). Exhibition view, The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

  • Lubaina Himid, A Fashionable Marriage, 1986. Exhibition view, The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Courtesy of the artist and Hollybush Gardens. Photo Andy Keate.

  • The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Archive display. Photo Andy Keate.

  • The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Exhibition view. Photo Andy Keate.

  • Donald Rodney, The House That Jack Built, 1987. Exhibition view, The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Courtesy of Museums Sheffield. Photo Andy Keate.

  • Martina Attille / Sankofa Film and Video Collective, Dreaming Rivers, 1988. Exhibition view, The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Courtesy of the British Film Institute.

  • Sonia Boyce, From Tarzan to Rambo: English Born ‘Native’ Considers her Relationship to the Constructed/Self Image and her roots in Reconstruction, 1987. Exhibition view, The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. © Tate, London 2015.

  • The Place Is Here, 2017. Installation view Nottingham Contemporary. Photo Andy Keats

  • Gavin Jantjes, A South African Colouring Book, 1989. Exhibition view, The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © Gavin Jantjes.

  • The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Exhibition view. Photo Andy Keate.

  • The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Archive display. Photo Andy Keate.

  • The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Exhibition view. Photo Andy Keate.

  • The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Exhibition view. Photo Andy Keate.

  • The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Archive display. Photo Andy Keate.

  • Eddie Chambers, Destruction of the National Front, 1979–80. Exhibition view, The Place Is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 2017. Courtesy of Tate: Presented by Tate Members 2013. Photo Andy Keate.

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