Black artists find resistance in found objects, an Ode to David Lammy MP and a survey of gay nude photography
Souls Grown Deep Like the Rivers: Black Artists from the American South
The art of resistance in the former Confederate states of the US uses whatever lies to hand in the back yard. Found stuff and craft skills are deployed here by artists from Thornton Dial to the Gee’s Bend quilt-makers to assemble a Black vision of the south.
Royal Academy, London, until 18 June