Festival of Ideas

8 - 9 April 2016

Rivington Place

London, UK

Past exhibition & events

The five winners of this year’s Open Generation Photography competition will be exhibiting their work  in the Autograph ABP Gallery at Rivington Place on Friday and Saturday April 8 and 9.

Photographers Tatenda Nyamande, Natalie Mitchell, Kyoko Takenaka, Erin O'Garro and Emerson Utracik – who are all aged under 25 - have produced work exploring the current immigration realities in the UK.

The competition, which is now in its second year, is sponsored by Open Generation, a social platform set up to explore young people’s views on immigration and diversity, and to promote an open and tolerant society. This year the five selected photographers were mentored by artist Gayle Chong Kwan, with the support of Lucy Keany, Autograph’ ABP’s public programme coordinator, and Clara Dublanc from Migrants Rights Network.

Their work forms a key part of the Open Generation Festival of Ideas taking place at Rivington Place on the evening of Friday April 8 and all day Saturday April 9. Topics to be covered at the event include discussions about what the priorities the London Mayor candidates should be; information about the current state of the refugee crisis in Europe; and the EU referendum.

In partnership with

Open Rights Network

Open Generation is a social platform exploring young people’s views on immigration, diversity and promoting an open and tolerant society. Britain is increasingly multicultural and we want to celebrate its diversity by welcoming refugees and newcomers and challenging narratives about fear and migrants scapegoating.

Part of the Festival of Ideas

This event is part of the Open Generation Festival of Ideas, 8-9 April at Autograph ABP, London

It's time to have your say!

Are you interested in voicing your opinion about the EU Referendum, learn about the current refugee crisis and what you can do to help in your community or voice your demands to the London Mayor candidates ahead of the election?

Come along and participate to our Festival of Ideas! Be challenged, learn and engage in key discussions about the how we want London, the UK and the EU to be shaped. There will be film projections, panel discussions, talks, photo exhibitions, debates, performances and much more around these issues. We want to hear what you have to say!


Exhibition hours
Private view: Friday 8 April 5:30 - 7pm

Saturday 9 April: 3-9pm

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