‘I’m a Photographer, Not a Terrorist’ Wednesday 18th Stand Up For Journalism
First in a series of one photo, one photographer exhibitions by Jess Hurd and friends
Opens at the Foundry
Wednesday 18th February From 7pm – On the Stairwell
With drinks and debates on the issues Stand Up For Journalism
The Foundry is at 86 Great Eastern Street London EC2A 3JL
Old Street tube (exit3)
What results from urban planning, social practice, and a hunger for change? Theaster Gates at Richard Gray may be it. The latest exhibition from the Chicago based artist emphasised the intersection of fine art and social progression.
Ahead of the group show ‘Looking For U’ an exhibition exploring art in the digital age – we have managed to catch up briefly with one of the artists Philip Colbert. The exhibition opens tonight at The Unit London (a new 6,000 sqft gallery in Mayfair)
The Institute of Contemporary Arts presents a five-day convening of artists, academics and activists focused on contemporary Black feminist politics, examining the impossibility of Black women’s claims to womanhood and the new spaces that are created by a politics of refusal. Generating conversations across the diaspora and across generations, a range of thinkers and practitioners present a series of talks, workshops, film screenings and performance.
Gimmel will be Miriam Austin’s second solo exhibition at Bosse & Baum. Based in London, New Zealand-born Austin has a rich multidisciplinary practice that explores the relationship between ritual, myth, ecological fragility, and the politics of the body