Ekow Eshun Curates Exhibition Inspired by Activism and Agency

Tuesday, October 6th, 2020

The writer, curator and broadcaster has collaborated with the Fund for Global Human Rights on an exhibition in London that brings together work by photographers whose practice centres on community and collaboration

The Fund for Global Human Rights is a charity working with activists across Africa, Latin America, South Asia and Southeast Asia – four regions of the world that it is spotlighting in Face to Face, a new public exhibition in King’s Cross Tunnel and the surrounding Outside Art Project space, which launched earlier this year.

The free exhibition has been curated by writer, broadcaster and former ICA director Ekow Eshun, who recently authored Africa State of Mind, a book examining new photographic work from across the continent.

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