Gordon Parks, Untitled, Harlem, New York, 1963
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Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Willow Strip, 2017
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NewsDon’t Back Down! unites 40+ photographers to raise funds for BLM

From Jamel Shabazz to Danielle Levitt, Don’t Back Down is raising money for US-based charities which support the Black Lives Matter movement

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News80 artists type messages in the sky, calling for immigrant detention reform

The skytyping event sees calls for liberation from Cassils, Patrisse Cullors, Fempower, and more displayed above detainment facilities across the US

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This expansive report called ‘The Era Of Monomass’ looks at the forces guiding youth culture today and interrogates the meaning of influence in 2020

Arielle Bobb-Willis, “Austin” (2020)
NewsBuy one of these £100 photo prints to give funds to Black British charities

More than 100 photographers have donated their images to the Anti-Racism Photography Fundraiser, with all proceeds being split across three Black British charities

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NewsA dealer claims to have found a long-lost Frida Kahlo painting

The artwork, The Wounded Table, is described as a ‘holy grail’ for collectors, but scholars suggest the discovery is a fake

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NewsSuspects have been arrested for the theft of Banksy’s Bataclan mural

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LightboxThis photo project shows the enduring optimism of teens, even in quarantine

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Arthur Jafa, Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death
NewsArthur Jafa’s ‘Love Is The Message’ will be streamed free for 48 hours

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Andre L. Perry photograph
NewsA new print sale, See In Black, highlights the work of Black photographers

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NewsThe Regenerative List connects next-gen change-makers with world leaders

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Artists Veronica Ryan and Thomas J Price will see their artworks unveiled in 2021

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NewsAlima Lee has curated an online film festival featuring queer Black artists

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Black Lives MatterForensic Architecture to exhibit new evidence on the Mark Duggan killing

The police shooting of Mark Duggan triggered the 2011 London riots – but new evidence is challenging the official account of his death

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The guerrilla artwork covered the building’s facade with writings by incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people to highlight the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on US prisoners

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