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“Heaven is at the Feet of Mothers” by Constantine Weir AKA Yahya

"Heaven is at the Feet of Mothers" by Constantine Weir AKA Yahya 7" Single on ITEZ Records, co-distributed by Out On The Floor (Tuff Scout). Featuring the vocal version and the Dub from Justin Langlands at Pressure Drop! Vinyl comes in our sleeve exclusively designed by Shai Bowman. Includes digital pre-order of Heaven is at the Feet of Mothers:. The moment the album is released you’ll get unlimited streaming via […]

todayMay 28, 2021 125 27 2

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Brutal Beauty: The Art and Life of Jean Dubuffet

Barbican: Wed 28 Apr—Wed 2 Jun 2021 This six-week course online evening course will look at the life and work of French artist Jean Dubuffet. The course has been programmed to coincide our upcoming exhibition Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty. Curator and Art Historian Camille Houzé, who leads this six-week course, has been working on the research for the exhibition. Dubuffet (1901–1985) was one of the most provocative artists in postwar modern art – yet he […]

todayApril 6, 2021 71 12

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Unit London

Above all, Oh de Laval is interested in human behaviour; the decisions we make, why we make them and how we feel as a result. These decisions are windows into our very personalities. Laval's debut solo exhibition, Wild Things Happen in Stillness, acts as a window into her character, her pleasures and her imaginings. Unit London Website >

todayApril 6, 2021 32 11

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Althea McNish

Althea McNish FCSD is a British textile designer of Trinidadian origin who has been called the first British designer of African descent to earn an international reputation. Born in Trinidad, McNish moved to Britain in the 1950s. She attended the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts, Central School of Arts & Crafts and the Royal College of Art. She was associated with the Caribbean Artists Movement (CAM) in the […]

todayApril 6, 2021 41 6

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Say My Name African Art Exhibition

African ArtSignature African Art presents Say My Name, two exhibitions of works curated by Khalil Akar and presented by acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay in London from 27 October 2020 and in Los Angeles in February 2021.Featuring portrait paintings and sculpture, Say My Name aims to connect African artists with the histories of the Diaspora in Europe and America. The exhibition in London features 13 African artists and honours the names […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 57 6 4

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Paul Nataraj

Paul Stanley Nataraj PhD Paul holds a practice led PhD in Sound Studies from the University of Sussex. The work, ‘You Sound Like a Broken Record’, was voted in the top ten experimental albums of the year by 'A Closer Listen' magazine 2018. His work explores musical materiality, memory, the personal stories attached to music, and how our relationship with listening and the listened to, changes over time. His work […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 28 5

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T on the Green

T on the Green We began our journey three and a half years ago with a crazy vision of utilising the under used old bowling Pavilion in Bruce Castle Park as an asset for the community. This year we became a social enterprise. Since we were both brought up in Tottenham (and attended the primary school on the edge of the park) we were not short on passion and commitment. This […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 23 7

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Celebrating classic Jamaican albums

Celebrating classic albums By Stephen Nye In looking back over classic Jamaican albums I was amazed to read an All-Time Top 50 Reggae Albums list that didn’t include the legendary Two Sevens Clash but were happy to include a Birmingham based karaoke band’s version excursion. With that in mind we felt we needed to right that wrong and here at Back2Back we hope you agree. Culture was formed in 1976 […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 33 5

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Keith K. Hopewell Exhibition

EXHIBITION - Keith K. Hopewell Remote-ism - An Introduction to Painting & Resistance 10 Dec 2020 – 20 Dec 2020 Hoxton Gallery, Shoreditch London England, United Kingdom Keith K. Hopewell is a multidisciplinary artist from England whose work challenges our approach to fine art mediums. The artist works in a variety of media including graffiti, sculpture, found objects, sound and film. His artworks are a very tactile experience as the artist uses gesture, […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 29 4

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