No Colour Bar: Black British Art in Action: 1960 to 1990 is generously supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the City of London.

No Colour Bar brings together rarely exhibited material from the Huntley Archives based at the London Metropolitan Archives, artwork from a number of institutions and private collections, and a range of unpublished material.

The exhibition partners – Friends of the Huntley Archives at LMA, Guildhall Art Gallery and London Metropolitan Archives – would like to thank all artists and lenders, private collectors and supporters, without whom this exhibition would not have been possible.



Jessica and Eric Huntley

Errol Lloyd

Mervyn Weir

New Beacon Bookshop

George Padmore Institute

Peepal Tree Press

Sam Roberts Photography

The Artists

Paul Dash
Paul Goodwin



Exhibition Curator: Makeda Coaston

Exhibition Curator: Katty Pearce

Installation Curator: Michael McMillan

Exhibition Assistant: Domenico Laneve

Exhibition Sound and Digital Art: Dubmorphology

Graphic Design: Crescent Lodge

Press: Aneela Rose PR

Marketing: Leanne O’Boyle (City of London)

Editorial: Margaret Busby OBE

Image & Media: London Metropolitan Archives

Conservation: London Metropolitan Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery

Exhibition Design and Build: Tom Scase and Paul Cousins

Registrar: Jeremy Johnson

Project Management: Beverley Mason FRSA

The partner organisations hope that the use of archive photographs, artwork, documents, audio-visual material etc in the exhibition, installation and related activities will in all cases be seen as in keeping with the ethos and aims of Jessica and Eric Huntley and the original Bogle -L’Ouverture Publications, whose materials form the Huntley Archive.

We have tried where appropriate to make contact with copyright holders and to ensure that proper acknowledgement is given. In the event of any omissions or inaccuracies we would be very grateful to receive notification from those concerned.