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An Introduction to Sharif Persaud's Exhibition

POSTED: 21 July 2021

Learn more about the exhibition and Persaud's art, exploring his experiences of contemporary life and autism.

Have You Ever Had is an exhibition of works by artist Sharif Persaud, currently on display at Autograph. Persaud is a part of the collective of neurodiverse artists and activists at Project Art Works, who have been shortlisted for the Turner Prize 2021.

In the video below, creative director of Project Art Works, Tim Corrigan,  introduces Persaud's exhibition, and provides an overview of Persaud's collaborative practice with Project Art Works. 


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Banner: The making of Holby City, 2014. Still from film, courtesy of Project Art Works.

On page: 2) Have You Ever Had at Autograph, filmed and edited by Remi Stewart, 2021 3) Sharif Persaud, The Mask [still], 2017. Courtesy of Project Art Works 4) Sharif Persaud in the studio at Project Art Works. Courtesy Project Art Works 5) Sharif Persaud, Untitled [detail], 2017. Courtesy of Project Art Works 6) Sharif Persaud, Did You Hear? [detail] 2017. Courtesy of Project Art Works.