27 April 2018 to 11 May 2018
198 Contemporary Arts & learning
Private View and Launch: 27th April 2018 • Exhibition: 30th April - 11th May 2018
Yellowzine is a cultural magazine that aims to respond to societies’ marginalisation of artists of colour by creating its own space. The magazine offers a democratic platform that gives equal space to a wide range of voices, experiences and aesthetic preferences within the BAME community in the UK.
This exhibition is in celebration of the second issue launch, and will present a collection of works by artists included in both issues one and two. The first issue looked at the medium of illustration, exploring each artists journey within their practice. This second issue focuses on photography, asking contributing artists to explore the theme of space.
Throughout the duration of the exhibition, the works will be on show in the gallery Monday - Friday 10:30am - 5:30pm, with additional programming:
Private View/Launch: 27th April 2018 6pm - 10pm *Magazine available for purchase*
Publishers of Colour: 2nd May 2018 7pm - 9pm FREE An 'in conversation' panel discussion with Yellowzine, Burnt Roti, and Azeema Magazine chaired by Bee Tajudeen of BlackBlossoms UK.