“Streets”, a collection of photographs from the 1950s, is testimony to a bygone age but also one of (post-war) austerity in London’s East End. Sean Sheehan The residents are proletarian and cash poor – it would be decades before the term ‘gentrification’ would be used to describe the […]
The Russian revolution does not belong in the dustbin of history, although many would like to see it there. Sean Sheehan October 1917 was a transformative moment in human history, a time when the dispossessed rose in revolt against their government and everything their rulers stood for. The […]
Since moving to Scotland 15 years ago, Matt has worked in photography and production which has seen him take on a wide range of high profile projects. His career has taken him around the world to over 50 countries including the Middle East and Australia and his latest publication “Incidental […]
Ten years of investigations about one of the most tragic periods in recent history have dug into the truth of this episode and its victims. This is what this exhibition displays, that will take place in London from 8th to 29th May, and that is, at the same time, […]
In the suburb of San Antonio de Escazú, this Cuban painter’s house looks a lot like one of his pictures. It was drawn, line by line, using the same technique used for his large format landscapes.