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The first issue of the Autograph ABP newsletter.
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Editorial on the importance of photography as part of the national curriculum. Letter from New York by Sonia V James; and news about new funding for Autograph.
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In this issue Autograph ABP reports on enterprise culture and the advancement of expensive photographic technologies. Members help imagine its future role as a commercial picture library and agency.
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Autograph ABP argues for Black photographers to photograph diverse Black communities.
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A critique of photographs of native people from the Amazon by Peter Lavery in The Observer Magazine, Letter from Dhaka by Shaidul Alam. Michael Cadette takes up post as administrator of Autograph.
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Autograph ABP outlines the Fields of View project, an education initiative with the London Borough of Lambeth. Announcing a call for entries to an exhibition curated by Ingrid Pollard.
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Autograph ABP discusses the history of Black women photographers in Britain, and the importance of researching, archiving and documenting work by pioneering women artists.
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Extract from an essay by Sunil Gupta on the exhibition Fabled Territories – a survey of work by photographers of South Asian origin working in the UK, including Mumtaz Karimjee and Roshini Kempadoo.
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Autograph ABP reports the death of founding member and chairperson Rotimi Fani-Kayode, with an obituary by Alex Hirst.
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Review of Autograph’s first touring show with work by Monika Baker, Allan deSouza, Joy Gregory, Sunil Gupta, Lyle Harris, Mumtaz Karimjee and Roshini Kempadoo.
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In Our Time, the world as seen by Magnum photographers; News from the office; Vacancy for a researcher; Events.
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Call for material for the Autograph agency project; news from the office, including plans for a darkroom facility; and report from Ingrid Pollard about the Autograph exhibition Essential Contact she organized in the USA.
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Sunil Gupta on the implications of the Maastricht Treaty for visibility of cultural difference and Black citizenship.
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Sunil Gupta on An Economy of Signs, an exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery by eight Indian photographers born after Independence; information and news from the office.
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Notice of the Black Markets exhibition featuring Donald Rodney, Keith Piper, Roshini Kempadoo, Sonia Boyce, David A Bailey and Zarina Bhimji at Corner House, Manchester.
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Notice of Rotimi Fani-Kayode Retrospective exhibition at 198 Gallery, London plus Rotimi Fani-Kayode Memorial Lecture at The Photographers’ Gallery, London.
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An editorial by Michael Cadette called Information, Production, Aesthetic on the issues facing Autograph in the publically funded arts arena, plus information, listings.
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Autograph ABP’s new chairperson Roshini Kempadoo contributes A view from the chair, an organisational review of Autograph ABP.
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An excerpt from Stuart Hall’s essay Black Narcissus on why there is a preoccupation with the self among black cultural practitioners.
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David A Bailey on Photography, Black Arts and The Burden of Representation(s), a text on re-establishing Autograph ABP’s goals for the 1990s.
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Gilane Tawadros reviews Maud Sulter’s Hysteria, a work that brings together different continents and different histories, merging past and present, fact and fiction, myth and reality.
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