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
Ocean levels are rising. The climate is changing. Species are becoming extinct. These are the clichés of global warming. Terms used so frequently and half-heartedly they have become staple phrases. Phrases that say nothing of the reality, nothing of the risk and nothing of the utter urgency surrounding global warming. When National Geographic released Beyond … More The Crisis Of Our Generation
Originally posted on Jennifer Menninger:
I got very scared yesterday evening. As I was walking home, a drunk man walked past me. His face turned red and he repeatedly shouted: “Shit Migrants!” Luckily, he only looked at me briefly. I guess my light skin colour protected me. However, I am a migrant. One month ago,…
21st century Britain. Tattoos are everywhere and on almost every body … More Tattoo UK
I started writing this after looking at a kettle … More Are You Open or Closed?
Even if Cognac isn’t for you, a number of attractions make the Charente region an enticing location. … More Cognac Region – Birthplace of Hennessy and Remy Martin
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)