News Category: Interview

Interview, Talk

Shade Podcast with Lou Mensah

30 March 2024

I joined Lou Mensah on Shade Podcast this February to discuss the themes of process and practice throughout my career and both my current commission with Art on the Underground and upcoming show at the Whitechapel Gallery. ‘In June, Art on the Underground will unveil a new series of Joy’s artworks at Heathrow Terminal 4 …

Interview, Publication

AnOther Magazine interview and article by Elodie Saint-Louis

6 February 2024

Uncovering Britain’s Groundbreaking Black-British Women Photographers Joy Gregory discusses her critical anthology Shining Lights, in which a constellation of rarely-seen stars finally take their rightful place Read full article here

Interview

The Guardian feature and interview by Lanre Bakare

8 January 2024

I was interviewed by Lanre Bakare and photographed by Sara Lee for last Monday’s Guardian touching on the Freelands award, the publication of Shining Lights and my current TFL commission.  ‘‘I was told my work wasn’t Black enough’: Joy Gregory on becoming hot property at last. She once struggled for recognition. But now – with …

Interview, Shows

The Face Article on The Missing Thread: Black British style in all its glory

23 September 2023

I am quoted in this article discussing the exhibition I am part of at Somerset House exploring Black British fashion and its roots and impact on the wider culture. ‘The Missing Thread: UNTOLD STORIES OF BLACK BRITISH FASHION at Somerset House Gallery 21 Sep 2023 – 07 Jan 2024 Artist and photographer Joy Gregory, whose work in …

Interview, Shows

Unearthed: Photography’s Roots

19 May 2021

Dulwich Picture Gallery reopened the Unearthed: Photography’s Roots exhibition on 19th of May and will continue till 30th of August. They have published an interview with me exploring themes of the show in the article,  Flower Power.

Interview

Pallant House Gallery

16 October 2020

An interview for the Pallant House Gallery marking 20 years since my arrival as their first artist in residence and reflecting on the legacy of the Amberley Queens.