Kadish Morris

Critical exuberance: How Hew Locke's sculpture questions the history of global trade

The artist's new Tate Britain Commission is a blazingly ambitious cavalcade of humanity, melding past and present, joy and pain

Hew Locke, Black Queen, 2004. Photo by Charles Littlewood. Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld collection.
Hew Locke, Black Queen, 2004. Photo by Charles Littlewood. Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld collection.

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