Jasmine Coe

Bristol, United Kingdom

Jasmine Coe

Jasmine is an Aboriginal artist working in Bristol, who has participated in 18 international exhibitions and with both national and international public commissions. Most recently, she designed a plaque to commemorate the ‘Dover Landing’ when her father Aboriginal activist Paul Coe planted the Aboriginal Flag on Dover beach in 1976, challenging the status of ‘terra nullius’ which allowed British to claim Australia as previously uninhabited land. Bridging Histories is supporting Jasmine to launch Coe Gallery, the first Aboriginal-owned art gallery in the UK.

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