Donald Rodney (b. 1961- 1998, UK) was a leading figure in Britain’s BLK Art Group during the 1980’s. A retrospective of his work ‘Re-imaging Donald Rodney’, was presented at Vivid Projects, Birmingham (UK) 2016 and selected for ‘British Art Show 5’in 2000. His solo exhibitions include ‘9 Nights in El Dorado’ South London Gallery (1997), and ‘Crisis’ Chisenhale Gallery (1989). Selected group exhibitions include ‘Truth, Dare, Double Dare’ Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (1994), ‘Body Visual’ The Barbican Centre, London (1996) and ‘Representing the Body in Contemporary Art and Society’, Welcome Trust, London (1996). In 1996 he received the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Sculpture. Rodney’s collection of works and archive material are held by Tate Gallery Collections.