Saturday, 17 September 2016
Simon Phipps, the photographer behind The Brutalist Map Of London has an exhibition of his shots capturing the post-war modernist architecture at The Foundry Gallery in Chelsea. Set on walls painted in the primary colours, his black and white images have been litho-printed onto aluminium sheets so they glisten and shimmer. See what you can recognise here! The Trellik Tower, Southbank Centre, BT Tower, Barbican Estate, Brunswick Centre, Rowley Way Estate, Monsoon Building ............
Find the rest at The Foundry Gallery til 27th October.
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Wednesday, 14 September 2016
The photographer who has inspired both Paul Smith and Solange with his discovery and documentary of the Sapeurs from the DRC has opened an exhibition of that seminal work in London. Daniele Tamagni’s snapshots of both African and worldwide streetstyle are being shown alongside James Barnor’s historic portraits on similar themes. James black and white portraits of London in the 1960’s and Ghana in the 1950’s perfectly balance with Daniele’s hyper-colour contemporary cultural commentary.
24 Old Gloucester St, London WC1N 3AL
Tuesday, 13 September 2016
To conclude my complete coverage of Notting Hill Carnival - the main finale Monday Parade, including: Paraiso School Of Samba, London School of Samba, Elimu including Carl & Lynn Gabriel and Touch D Sky's Moko Jumbies, Genesis Mas Band, Duka Mas Domnik, Sunshine Interational Arts, Eternity Percussion, Ebony Steelband, UCOM, M2K Mas, Flamboyan Carnival Arts, Flagz Mas Band, Bacchanalia and more I can't identify! Head over to the Carnival Arts & Masquerade Foundation Instagram where I have uploaded as many as possible - please comment and tag to let me know who everyone is!