Thursday, January 18, 2024
06:30 PM
Rivington Place London EC2A 3BA, UK

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For more than four decades, the Jamaican-British photographer Armet Francis has made it his mission to document the African diaspora. At this event – coinciding with Beyond the Black Triangle, Autograph’s exhibition of Francis’ work – curator Mark Sealy will be in conversation with author and journalist Gary Younge. Together they will discuss how joy, resilience and resistance underpin Francis’ work and expand on the significance of Francis’ contributions to British culture. Following the conversation, there will be a Q&A with the audience, and the opportunity to view the exhibition.

Francis’ exhibition commences a year-long celebration highlighting Autograph’s ongoing commitment to curate and preserve the legacy of practitioners such as Francis, who was a founding signatory of Autograph back in 1988.

The ticket price for this event is £5. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If this ticket price is unaffordable for you please get in touch with Harriet at [email protected] about free ticketing options.