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Rite of Passage by Leila Alaoui

Save to My Nest By Juliet Bawden www.creativecolour.org Rite of Passage is a small exhibition and the first major UK retrospective of Leila Alaoui, photographer, video artist and activist.  There are three series within this exhibition – The Moroccans (2010-2014),  Natreen ‘We wait’  (2013) and No Pasara ‘They did not pass” (2008) – together with …

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Royal Docks, London: Join the Docks

Save to My Nest The Royal Docks’ cultural programme is back; Join the Docks autumn season will take place online and across London’s historic Royal Docks between October and December 2020. Creative innovation underpins this year’s programme, which has been carefully curated to celebrate and champion the Royal Docks as well as showcase and support …

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We Will Walk : Art and Resistance in the American South

Save to My Nest Turner Contemporary Margate until the 3rd of May 2020 – Entry Free The work in this extensive exhibition is by African American artists in the American South during the second half of the twentieth Century to present day. Slavery and segregation shaped the rural and industrial economies of the South and created …

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Lumiere Durham: A Photo Essay

Save to My Nest Lumiere is the UK’s favourite light show and has been transforming cities across the UK since 2009 when the first Lumiere Durham was organised. This is Ivor Robinson’s photo essay of the show. Each Lumiere festival invites local and international artists to create works that reimagine familiar buildings and public spaces, changing the way …

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