Originally published on Art UK.

Yinka Shonibare CBE has stood at the forefront of contemporary British art for the past few decades.

From his fourth-plinth installation Nelson's Ship in a Bottle in Trafalgar Square to his signature headless mannequins clothed in Dutch wax batik fabric, his works powerfully examine the interrelationship between identity, race and colonial history in a globalised world...

Read the full interview here.

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