Lola Olufemi curates public programme for the SLG exhibition, Acts of Resistance

portrait photograph of Lola Olufemi

Lola Olufemi is curating the public programme for the South London Gallery exhibition, Acts of Resistance: Photography, Feminisms and the Art of Protest. This group exhibition at the SLG, organised in collaboration with the V&A, brings together works by international artists and collectives who are using the camera to challenge and move beyond traditional protest photography. This urgent and political […]

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Deniz Sözen: Kahvehane

photograph of Turkish style coffee cups imprinted with maps

Deniz Sözen‘s ceramic piece, Kahvehane (2016) is Artwork of the Month at the Landesgalerie Burgenland in Austria, 5-29 October. Originally commissioned by Soho in Ottakring Vienna in 2016, Kahvehane (Coffee House) explores the question of transcultural relations and belonging through an artistic exploration of coffee and its colonial history.  In tandem with the exhibition, visitors will have […]

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Living Archives Podcast: Jacob V Joyce & Roshini Kempadoo

Poster promoting podcast series, 'Living Archives' episode three, with portraits of Jacob V Joyce and Roshini Kempadoo

Living Archives Episode 3: Jacob V Joyce & Roshini Kempadoo Listen to Roshini Kempadoo in conversation with fellow artist and CREAM PhD researcher, Jacob V Joyce, in the latest podcast episode of Living Archives, an oral histories project co-produced by the Stuart Hall Foundation and the International Curators Forum. Hosted by ICF Deputy Artistic Director Jessica Taylor, Living Archives […]

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John van Aitken presents at ‘Urban Modernisation and Representations of the Working Class’

CREAM PhD researcher, John van Aitken will be presenting his paper, ‘Framing Creative Destruction: Shirley Baker, Slum Clearance, and the Humanist Imaginary’ at the next conference for Urban Modernisation and Representations of the Working Class at the University of Salford. John van Aitken’s paper explores the visual culture of creative destruction through Shirley Baker’s photographs of 1960s Salford. […]

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