Liz Johnson Artur on capturing Black life and history in the making
The artist’s new book, ‘Time Don’t Run Here’, explores community and solidarity at London’s Black Lives Matter protests during the summer of 2020.
Boy.Brother.Friend is the magazine exploring identity in the black diaspora
We speak to founder KK Obi and editorial director Emmanuel Balogun about their first issue, featuring contributions from Campbell Addy, Ib Kamara and Liz Johnson Artur.
The CSM graduate celebrating black womanhood through Whitney Houston lyrics
Drawing on her own experiences of feeling misplaced, Feben Vemmenby makes clothes that might not look ‘right', but will catch your eye all the same.
These photos celebrate the diverse beauty of hair braiding
Model of the moment Binx Walton collaborates with artist Liz Johnson Artur and some of New York's finest for a beautiful series honouring the creativity and diversity of natural hair.
exclusive: fenty went to south london to shoot their new campaign video
The legendary photographer Liz Johnson Artur captures RiRi’s new collection.
liz johnson artur discusses 25 years of capturing the beauty of the black british experience
The photographer reflects on her new exhibition 'If you know the beginning the end is no trouble' — a spiritual homecoming at the South London Gallery.
liz johnson-artur’s photos celebrate black communities, black aesthetics, and black creativity
Since arriving in England in 1991, Liz Johnson-Artur has recorded black British communities with tenderness and intimacy. We spoke to the photographer as an exhibition of her works open in Windrush Square.