The Africa Centre in collaboration with Capital Culture Gallery are hosting a photographic journey through the eyes of John Kenny. African Beauty is a collection of Kenny’s portraits of Africans in ‘traditional communities’, from the fringes of the Sahara to Angola and Namibia. Kenny’s work is very much that of an outsider looking in and can feel a tad National Geographic, anthropological as opposed to artistic. Agree? Disagree? If you’re in the mood to discuss you’re in luck because Kenny will also be hosting a couple of talks alongside his exhibition.
African Beauty: Seven amazing stories behind the images
Saturday, 1 June
What makes visual expression so spectacular in Africa?
Wednesday, 5 June
Tickets: £6 (Free for under 16s)
Contact: the exhibition or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds to Survival International
Exhibition: 24 May – 9 June
38 King Street
London WC2E 8JT