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Featuring photomontages by Maud Sulter, an introduction by Mark Sealy, and a detailed analysis by Deborah Cherry. Syrcas is arguably Maud Sulter's most intricate and layered body of work.
The number of people over the age of 85 as a proportion of the UK’s total population is growing every year and is predicted to more than double in the next 23 years to more than 3.4 million.
This newspaper, published in collaboration with Peckham Platform, was produced to accompany Eileen Perrier's exhibition Peckham Square Studio.
Following the exhibition Roma-Sinti-Kale-Manush at Rivington Place in 2012, this issue of the newspaper continues the debate around issues of visibility, Roma, rights and recognition.
This edition of the newspaper brings together historical and contemporary representations of the black body as a site of spectacle, struggle and resistance.
Voices of the South Atlantic examines issues of war and its consequences.
Featuring an essay by Salima Ghezali An Appointment with Frantz Fanon and photographs by Bruno Boudejelal.
In the early 1900s, the missionaries Alice Seeley Harris and her husband Rev John Harris produced what was probably the first photographic campaign in support of human rights.
This features photographs from five artists represented at the 2009 African photography biennial in Bamako.
Announcing the establishment of the Archive and Research Centre for Culturally Diverse Photography, the UK’s first permanent public print collection and digital resource dedicated to culturally diverse photography.
This issue focuses on one of South Asia’s most significant political events, the foundation of Bangladesh as an independent state in 1971.
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