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Behind The Seams: Mood Board

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Behind The Seams: Mood Board

We are inspired by the Romanticism art movement.

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Studio Talk

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Studio Talk

We catch up with with Johanna from 'The Curl Talk Project' to discuss her project talking to women about their relationship with their hair.

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HASSAN HAJJAJ: LA CARAVANE

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HASSAN HAJJAJ: LA CARAVANE

At Somerset House.

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5 Things to do this Bank Holiday in London

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5 Things to do this Bank Holiday in London

Its the last bank holiday of the year and there are some fantastic things to do in London to say goodbye to summer. 1. Notting Hill Carnival - Notting Hill Now more than 50 years old, the Notting Hill Carnival returns this Bank Holiday weekend, go for dancing, culture and good food! 2. South West Four - Clapham  Clapham Common’s bank holiday dance music explosion great if you’re longing for big beats but can’t afford Ibiza! 3. Walala x Play at the Now Gallery - Greenwich  Artist Camille Walala has used her signature style to create a maze imagined as a playground where visitors can...

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EXHIBITION: TSCHABALALA SELF

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EXHIBITION: TSCHABALALA SELF

We went to see the Tschabalala Self exhibition at Parasol Unit, the exhibition consists of paintings with some prints and sculptures from the first five years of her career. She focuses mainly on depicting the black female body within the context of contemporary culture and the relation to race, gender and sexual representation of black women. Have a look at images below.

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