Portrait of Somali Culture – Somalis in Bristol Launches at The MShed

Somalis in Bristol is a simple yet telling exhibition, documenting the life stories of Somali people in a personal, intimate manner for a much-needed lesson on migrants in the UK. Displayed in Bristol’s MShed, a venue focusing on art for local people, the series of simple portraits and stories is an important educational feature, in … More Portrait of Somali Culture – Somalis in Bristol Launches at The MShed

SPEED OF LIGHT (Unmissable Terence Donovan Retrospective @TPG)

Occupying two upper floors of London’s The Photographers’ Gallery, Speed of Light is an expansive and illuminating homage to one of London fashion photography’s spearhead figures: Terence Donovan. One of the ‘Black Trinity’ along with David Bailey and Brian Duffy, Donovan was part of a working-class emergence in the 1960s fashion, media and art scene. … More SPEED OF LIGHT (Unmissable Terence Donovan Retrospective @TPG)

Tobias Zielony – Social Documentary Photography

Although now one of Germany’s most talked-about documentary photographers, Tobias Zielony remains a relatively unknown name. However, a penchant for exploring the darker sides of Europe’s working-class, fringe communities and a profound storytelling voice reveals him as something of a hidden gem. Whilst studying Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport, Zielony was first … More Tobias Zielony – Social Documentary Photography

Sebastiao Salgado (Insight)

Globally-renowned photographer Sebastiao Salgado needs little introduction, with his colossal projects capturing just about every corner of the planet. As his thick book Genesis (an eight-year homage to the beauty left in a damaged and dying world) testifies, Salgado’s perseverance, dedication to nature and instinctive eye for a photograph are clear. But it is the … More Sebastiao Salgado (Insight)