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ArtPics: Body & Soul present The Life in My Shoes exhibition

Body & Soul: Life In My Shoes
Body & Soul: Life In My ShoesPhotograph: Suki Dhanda/Body & Soul

Ashley Walters by Rankin
Ashley Walters Photograph: Rankin/Body & Soul

Kate Moss by Rankin
Kate Moss Photograph: Rankin/Body & Soul

Body & Soul : Life in my Shoes
Body & Soul : Life in my Shoes

Through to – 7th July Riverside Walkway Southbank
Pioneering charity Body & Soul has enlisted the support of photographers Rankin and Suki Dhanda for a unique new open air exhibition on the South Bank. The exhibition supported by Schuh marks the next phase of Body & Soul’s award-winning Life in My Shoes campaign and will showcase exclusive, interactive artwork starring thought provoking images of young people living with and affected by HIV, alongside striking images of Kate Moss, Denise Lewis OBE and Christine Ohuruogu MBE.

The Life in My Shoes exhibition challenges the public to connect with the young people in the portraits by stepping into their shoes and understanding and imagining what life is like when you feel that you are hated and ostracised just because you are different.

The exhibition forms part of the ongoing Life in My Shoes campaign which is rooted in its desire to engage and inspire young people to build empathy and increased understanding of themselves and others, by connecting and sharing experiences of what life is like in their shoes.




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