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The World Reimagined:

August London – 2022

“The World Reimagined” is an art education project with Yinka Shonibare being the founding artist of the first globe in The World Reimagined Trails. My globe titled “Dear Archives” features in the trail in Birmingham.


Trinity Art Gallery:

London – May 2022

I exhibited my latest painting “Allegories of Africa” in my series “Dear Archives”, produced in Trinity Studio.


Faces of The Homeland| Coningsby Gallery

Coningsby Gallery – London – February 2022

My paintings “Honorable Women of Slayage” and “The Athlete” were exhibited.


Collective Processes| Ronan Mckenzie

Gucci Circolo – London – December 2021 

My paintings “The Nuanced Architect” and my Self Portrait were exhibited at Gucci Circolo 

James Chappell at Kirby Hall, Painting Our Past, English Heritage

Kirby Hall| English Heritage: Painting Our Past

Kirby Hall - Corby -  June-December 2021

English Heritage has commissioned a series of portraits depicting six historic figures from the African diaspora whose stories have contributed to England’s rich history. Each artist has been supported by our curators and historians to creatively portray their subject.

Central Saint Martins Window Gallery, Dear Archvies by Glory Samjolly

Window Galleries| Reflections:

Central Saint Martins – London – 2020

Culture, creativity, and resilience are at the core of this year’s Black History Month exhibition. My Latest quarantine work on display from "Dear Archives"

Degazine, The National Gallery, 2020, Glory Samjolly, Her Cheekiness

The National Gallery| Degazine:

Leicester Square – London – March 2020

My artwork exhibited at the Degazine Launch event and published in The National Gallery’s ‘Degazine’ zine, which has also been published internationally.

The Honourable Women of Slayage in their Study, Copeland Gallery 2020

Copeland Gallery| Penultimatum:

Copeland Park & Bussey Building London – February 2020

A UAL final year exhibition with 60 artists from Wimbledon College of Arts. My painting "The Honorable Women of Slayage in their study" from the series "Dear Archives" was exhibited. 

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