The London Festival of Photography will be taking over King’s Cross and Bloomsbury this June, with 18 exhibitions and 40 satellite events showcasing street, documentary and conceptual photography.
There are a number of shows and events featuring photography and photographers from Africa – highlights include the Gaddafi Archives and Jodi Bieber in conversation – and I’d like to give a special shout-out to Money in Bamako & London at the British Museum, which I’ve been helping to organise with photographers Diane Patrice and Harandane Dicko, and curator Sophie Mew.
Keep an eye on African Art in London for updates, or check out the festival website here.
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