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Michelle Baharier
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Michelle Baharier is a critically acclaimed multidisciplinary participatory visual artist. She lives and works in South London and exhibits internationally.

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2021               The Haiflu Project  Haiflu - More to life than Covid

2021               My work appears in the Artists responding to a post card project, published in the Postcard project, ISBN: 978-1-5272794-9

2021               A. Morrison & K. Jay-R, The Brown Envelope Book, produced in collaboration with Don’t Go Breakin’ Our Arts. ISBN 978-1-8384966-1-6.

2021               Disability Arts Online  - Michelle pays tribute to some of her top disability activists

2021               Dwell Time Press - Michelle's poem - We Ain't Got a Clue.

2020               Siren Poets – What If We Can’t Save the Earth

2021               Poetry Express Newsletter #64

2020               Poetry Express Newsletter #62 ISSN 2056-970X.

  • Poetry Express Newsletter #61 ISSN 2056-970X
  • Book with Public health and Southwark council.

2014              Science Museum Lates. Book and CD

2013               Food for Mood ISBN 9780952419020

2013               The Rag Show - Charles Dickens Bicentenary

2012               Diagnosis-Hysteria prescription Hysteria, Women of CoolTan Arts. ISBN 978-0-9524190-3-7

2011               Anthology of Poetry. ISBN 978-0-9524150-1-0

2006               Brainwave Magazine.

2002               I am Elimination Reiteration by Michelle Baharier ISBN 09524190 17

1999               A small collection selected poems by Michelle Baharier ISBN 0-9524190 09

1995               Sex Health and Education Catalogue.

1995               Slump Catalogue.

1994               Liberation Criminal Art Show Catalogue. Selected Poems ISBN 095 24190  09  

1993/98          Ongoing Brixton poet’s magazine.

1987              Slade School of Fine Art A Small Collection by Michelle D Baharier.