New Exhibition Highlights Influential Black British Art of the 1980s
South London Gallery group show features the 1980s work of Black artists determined to reframe British culture and identity.
“Hard To Place” Show Opening + Photobook Launch
Info about “Hard To Place”, a photobook self published by Qiana Mestrich and solo show curated by Janna Dyk at Booklyn Art Space opening February 2016.
Photographer Interview: Eileen Perrier
Eileen Perrier’s latest work, Peckham Square Studio (2014) features black and white portraits of local people taken by Perrier on Lon..
Weekly Roundup: South London Portraits, Hyphenated Identity, CCNY Auction and More
Copyright Eileen Perrier
Eileen Perrier’s Peckham Square Studio Project
Born in London to parents of Dominican and Ghanian descent, p..
Afro-Caribbeans in UK: Roots to Reckoning Photo Archive at the Museum of London
Studio portrait, London 1968
Book cover photo by Armet Francis
Last week I read an essay by the Afro-Caribbean/British cultural theori..
Weekly Roundup: Street Photography in Latin America, A Caribbean Photo Survey and More
A weekly roundup featuring links to street photography in Latin America, British/Nigerian photographer Karl Ohiri, a Caribbean photo survey in Canada and more.
Weekly Roundup: Vintage Black Glamour Book, Girls in the Developing World and More
Still from Miguel Alvear’s Blak Mama (2009)
Interview with Ecuador’s Miguel Alvear
Artist Miguel Alvear collaborates with others acro..
Weekly Roundup: Female Muslim Identity, Cherrios Mixed-Race Family TV Ad and More
Lalla Essaydi, Bullets Revisited #20, 2013, chromogenic print
Courtesy of Jenkins Johnson Gallery
British Black Panthers Exhibit in Brixton, UK
Neil Kenlock (right).
Organised Youth Present: The British Black Panthers
Looking In: Photographic Portraits by Maud Sulter and Chan-Hyo Bae
On view through September 22, 2013
Ben Uri Gallery @ The London Jewish Museum of Art
I’m so excited because it feels like it’s been a whil..