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3 & 4 August 2013, all day

Africa Through the Lens, part of the Africa Centre Summer Festival

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Jamaica 1891 portfolio donated to the Archive

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2 July - 3 November 2013

11 works loaned from the Archive to the exhibition Origins of the Afro Comb

Raphael Albert, James Barnor, Colin Jones and Maxine Walker

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September 19 - December 5, 2013

Three Rotimi Fani-Kayode prints loaned from the Archive

For the exhibition Glyphs: Acts of Inscription at Pitzer Art Galleries, Claremont, California

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25 April - 24 August 2013

James Barnor print loaned from the Archive

For the exhibition Virtual / Material: Logbuch Fashion at Iwalewa-Haus, Bayreuth, Germany

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Contextualising this material is a selection of 11 prints loaned from Autograph ABP with the support of Renée Mussai...So successful has this collaboration been that I chose a portrait by Eileen Perrier, which I saw at Autograph’s offices, for the poster.

Curator Michael McMillan, on works loaned from the Archive for the exhibition Origins of the Afro Comb

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Autograph ABP secures major investment from the Heritage Lottery Fund

Second award to continue our critical mission in promoting Britain’s black photographic heritage

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Here’s to the excitement of knowing that a James Barnor print is on its way to Iwalewa-Haus, to be there for the public

Virtual / Material blog, on the James Barnor loan from the Archive

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James Barnor exhibition loan

Print loaned from the Archive for upcoming exhibition at Iwalewa Haus, Universitaet Bayreuth, Germany

James Barnor, Drum Cover Girl Erlin Ibreck, London, 1966

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Arlene Gottfried in the Archive

Arlene GottfriedHassid and Jewish Bodybuilder, Riis Beach in Queens, New York, 1980

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Thanks again for a wonderful visit to Autograph [ABP’s Archive] last week—it was a privilege to see Fani-Kayode’s work up close

Levi Prombaum, Courthauld Institute, MA History of Art student

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The archive positions the work in a historical context and that is really important. Young people will be able to see the work, see the histories, explore and be inspired.

Feedback for the Archive & Research Centre

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Glasgow Photography Roadshow

We take the Photography Roadshow to Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow, digitising family snapshots.

Sealy Archive

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Archive donation

1968 Olympics Black Power Salute, Mexico City, signed by Tommy Smith. Gifted to Autograph ABP by Iqbal Wahhab

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NEW IN THE ARCHIVE

The first in a series of images by Vron Ware digitally preserved for the Archive

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Rotimi Fani-Kayode Exhibition Loan

Two prints loaned from the Archive for THIS WILL HAVE BEEN: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

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Neil Kenlock portfolio

Celebrated chronicler of British Black Panther party now represented in the Archive

Neil Kenlock, 'Keep Britain White' Graffiti, Balham, London, 1972

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Edinburgh Photography Roadshow

We take the Photography Roadshow to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, digitising family snapshots

Kulwinder Singh Family Archive. Portrait of Pappinder Singh Kusbia, Edinburgh, 1985

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Missing Chapter Symposium III: Cultural Identity and the Photographic Archive

Rivington Place, London. Speakers included Renée Mussai, Colin Jones, Dennis Morris and Monire Childs. Keynote by Baroness Lola Young of Hornsey

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Nottingham Photography Roadshow

We take the Photography Roadshow to New Art Exchange in Nottingham, digitising family snapshots

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14 September – 21 October 2011

The Black Chronicles

Magnum Print Room, London

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27 May - 30 July 2011

Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955 - 1989)

Rivington Place, London

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Joy Gregory Autoportraits

Full set of new edition of Autograph ABP's first commission acquired for the Archive

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Rotimi Fani-Kayode exhibition loan

14 prints loaned from the Archive for ARS 11 at Kiasma Museum for Contemporary Art, Finland

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Missing Chapter II Symposium: Cultural Identity and the Photographic Archive

Rivington Place, London. Speakers included Renée Mussai, Mark Sealy and Derek Bishton. Keynote address by Kobena Mercer

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17 September - 27 November 2010

Ever Young: James Barnor

Rivington Place, London

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Ever Young Studio at Rivington Place

Visitors had a unique opportunity to sit for a portrait taken by James Barnor, in a recreation of his Ever Young studio in the main gallery space.

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17 September - 27 November 2010

The Paris Albums 1900: W.E.B. Du Bois

Rivington Place, London

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[Ever Young: James Barnor] represents the first major public gallery exhibition curated out of this new archive - a direct result of in-depth research that emerged from a rigorous process of digital preservation, cataloguing and contextualisation.

Renée Mussai, Curator / Archive Manager Autograph ABP, on working with James Barnor’s archive

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Syd Shelton: Matumbi 1971

The Archive in Focus video series

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9 March 2010

Photography & Diaspora: A Critical Discourse on Africa, Visual Culture and Modernity

W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, Harvard University
 

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Ever Young: James Barnor

W.E.B. Di Bois Institute, Rudenstein Gallery, Harvard University

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Annual Pride Exhibition loan

Three works by Rotimi Fani-Kayode loaned from the Archive to exhibition organised by LGBT employee groups at Clifford Chance

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I am hoping to be able to take viewers to a place that opens up and encourages a dialogue, a debate

Renée Mussai, Autograph ABP, on curating the Rotimi Fani-Kayode retrospective at Harvard University

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29 January - 15 June 2009

Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955-1989)

W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, Rudenstein Gallery, Harvard University

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Missing Chapter Symposium I: Cultural Identity & The Photographic Archive

Rivington Place, London. Speakers included Joy Gregory, Sunil Gupta, Roshini Kempadoo, Renée Mussai and Mark Sealy. Keynote speaker Professor Stuart Hall

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The HLF grant enables us to build on our 20 year history of working with photographers and artists and to create a permanent testament to the crucial contribution their work has made to the cultural life of Britain. The missing chapter will finally be filled.

Mark Sealy, Director Autograph ABP