More in Here and Now – Black History Month Photography Exhibition

192-196 Hanbury Street, London E1 5HU, United Kingdom

Here and Now – Black History Month Photography Exhibition

Brady Arts Centre

5 October - 28 October

Alternative Arts presents a diverse exhibition of images by black British photographers exploring a wide range of contemporary topics inspired by African and Caribbean culture in London, unknown fishermen in Lagos, memories of a mixed heritage childhood, Nigerian cuisine, the rich tapestry of Somali experiences, with interweaving narratives and social celebrations.

Photographers include:

Asiko, Fatima Ali, Rio Blake, Samantha Brown, Raymond Daley, Tzion Essel, Taishan Henry, Tanesha Lewis, Trisha McCauley, Mohamed Mohamud, Olufemi Olaiya, Nicholas Olawunmi, Keleenna Onyeaka, Stefan Pyne 

Curated by Sarah Ainslie & Maggie Pinhorn

Supported by Alternative Arts and Tower Hamlets Council

192-196 Hanbury Street, E1 5HU

Opening Reception: Thursday, 5th October, 6 – 8 pm

Join us for the opening night of this exhibition when you will have the opportunity to meet some of the artists whose work is on display. Light refreshments will be available.

Getting to: Brady Arts Centre

The Brady Arts & Community Centre is a just a 5-minute walk from Whitechapel Station and 10 minutes from Aldgate East and Liverpool Street. Up the road from the centre is Brick Lane leading to Spitalfields.

Closest Stations:

Whitechapel (Overground, and Underground), Aldgate East, Liverpool Street

Opening times:

Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm

Saturday 10am – 4pm

Sunday – Closed

Tel: 020 7364 7900


Please contact Transport for London for detailed travel advice


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