Memory is a political act

Isabel Cortes Colque was five years old when she had to flee Pinochet's dictatorship in 1977. 46 years later, she visited the Four Corners exhibition Chile 50: Political Art, Solidarity and Resistance and viewed Peter Kennard's A Document on Chile for the first time as an adult. In this article, she explains how the project traces not only Chile's traumatic history but her personal story as well. 

Exhibition on Tour - Brick Lane 1978: The Turning Point

Our major exhibition, showcasing photographs by Paul Trevor and revealing the dramatic struggle for racial justice in East London, will be on tour throughout 2023

Black Women Creating Audio Resistance

Black Women Creating Audio Resistance is a collaboration between Carole Wright and Katie Numi Usher

Exhibition Review: Photo Oxford - Images of Liberation

Imogen Holt, a Year 13 Student at the Henry Box School in Witney, Oxfordshire, reviews the exhibition 'Images of Liberation'.

Roman Road Stories: English for Action

As part of Roman Road Stories, we take a look at the work English for Action are doing through a classroom participatory photography project on the theme of Roman Road.

Brick Lane 1978: Window Exhibition

Discover more about the ground-breaking history of Brick Lane 1978 this May, with our window exhibition and online events.