Power & Glory Black History Month Photography Exhibit

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Where: Brady Arts Centre, 192-196 Hanbury Street, London E1 5HU

When: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Saturday, 10am-4pm

Insight: Thursday, October 6, 2022, 6-8 p.m.

Price: Free

Alternative Arts presents a collection of the most dynamic and diverse contemporary black photographers. They explore history and identity with a series of stunning images inspired by:

  • courage,
  • carnival,
  • gender equality,
  • climate change,
  • survival and freedom.

The show is a celebration of black culture, demonstrating new perspectives in photography.

Photographers

  • Kenny Alabi expresses her vision of being an identical twin.
  • Fatima Ali features several images of his hands.
  • Asiko explores the history and cultural significance of African hairstyles.
  • Chris Batante sees the world through different frames, built from a difficult upbringing.
  • Rio Blake reflects real London culture in a cinematic and intimate style.
  • Samantha Brown overlays images of water with text surrounding the history of slave trade routes.
  • Raymond Daley captures the Child Q protest held in Hackney.
  • Georges Dyer presents a series of stamps on which young black men are adorned with crowns.
  • Jacqui EnnisCole shows portraits of Mary enduring life with sickle cell anemia.
  • Tsion Essel describes Melancholy as the driving force behind his work.
  • Marlan Henry observes real black fathers and children in their daily lives.
  • Elsie Kibue-Ngare wraps himself in a Khanga-Leso to reconnect with his Kenyan roots.
  • Wamitha Ng’ang’a wonders how climate change will affect women in rural areas of the southern hemisphere.
  • Angela Ogunfojuri explores the hypermasculinity of black men with no space to express their softer side.
  • Olufemi Olaiya highlights the contributions and achievements of refugees in the UK.
  • Keleenna Onyeaka examines the idea of ​​Indigo as a color that exemplifies black dignity.
  • Dola Posh looks at the delicate and overwhelming experience of being a new mother.
  • Shainy Vilo celebrates the identity of a genderqueer person of Afro-Latin and Asian descent.






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2 of 18

ANGELA OGUNFOJURI - 'Double 1'

3 out of 18

ASIKO - Yoruba 3

4 out of 18

CHRIS BATANTU - Darkwaah Story

5 out of 18

DOLA POSH - Self Portrait of a Black Mother

6 out of 18

ELSIE KIBUE-NIGARE - Untitled #16

7 out of 18

FATIMA ALI

8 out of 18

GEORGE DYER - Royal Male

9 out of 18

JACQUELINE ENNIS COLE - Scars Series

10 out of 18

KELEENNA ONYEAKA - She posed for Indigo

11 out of 18

MARLAN HENRY - Heat - Father & Son

12 out of 18

OLUFEMI OLAIYA - Adenas Brothers

13 out of 18

RAYMOND DALEY - Communitas

14 out of 18

RIO BLAKE - Black Lives Matter

15 out of 18

SAMANTHA BROWN - middle passage

16 out of 18

SHAINY VILO - Jules 2021

17 out of 18

TZION ESSEL - Ivy

18 out of 18

WAMAITHA NG'ANG'A - Tafakari II-IV

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Contact

Organized by Sarah Ainslie and Maggie Pinhorn

The exhibition will also be launched online

For more information and images contact [email protected]

Tracey L. Sweeney