Kareem Reid is founder of Body Party, an intentionally queer space for black bodies and the people who love them. Reid studied Film and Literature at University of Warwick. His critical essays, club nights and video installations have been featured in institutions Research Centre for Material Culture, (Leiden, Netherlands) and Tate Britain (London) as well as London and New York based publications Dazed, i-D, British Film Institute, The Fader, Temporary Art Review and ARTS.BLACK. He has been selected for the 2018 edition of Glasgow International and is currently studying Writing at Royal College of Art.  


2018

Niijournal III

Polygraphs, Gallery of Modern Art

Body Party, Melkweg Amsterdam 

2017

Queer British Art 1861 - 1967, Tate Britain

Late at Tate Britain: Platinum Paradise

Late at Tate Britain: Stance

TheoWhiteZine

2016

Niijournal

Body Party Museum, Research Centre for Material Culture

2015

Body Party, Tate Britain

The Lonely Londoners,Tate Modern






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