‘After an amazingly successful show at Zuleika Gallery, Unity, during lockdown in unprecedented changing environments - we saw the social, virtual and physical value of art, creativity, history and memory. I’m delighted to be represented by Lizzie and Zuleika Gallery and to be working together to create shared hope for the future' 

Nicola Green has established an international reputation for her ambitious and insightful projects that can change perceptions and challenge prevailing narratives of identity, power, leadership, race and gender. Green is dedicated to social impact and has worked tirelessly towards creating positive change and equality in the artworld and beyond. Green gained global recognition for her seminal project In Seven Days.... which resulted from her unprecedented artistic access to Obama’s 2008 Presidential campaign. 


In 2017 Green was Co-Founder and Director of the Diaspora Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale, showcasing 22 artists from culturally diverse backgrounds. 


Green is a Principal Artist for The World Reimagined, an art education initiative about the transatlantic trade in enslaved Africans and its impact. Her globe The World in a Water Lily, Amazonica can be seen at Westminster Abbey until October 31 2022 and represents the deep-rooted connection between racial justice and climate justice – the intrinsic connection between the historic oppression of people, and the exploitation of the world’s natural resources. 


Most recently Green has been commissioned by Lightbox and Altitude Films to create an iconic artwork of Princess Diana to serve for the new documentary The Princess which launched globally in June 2022. 


Green has mentored many aspiring young artists and is the Patron of Women in Art as well as Founder of the Khadija Saye Arts at IntoUniversity, Executor of the Estate of Khadija Saye, and Co-Founder and Chair of the Sophia Point Rainforest Research Centre.