› Josephine Chime: Textured To Touch
Josephine Chime’s latest exhibition explores the narcissism of online self-branding in a series of self-portraits and sculptures that challenge the warped ideals projected onto society. Ahead of the opening at The Trampery, we caught up with the Hackney-based artist to talk social media, the selfie-crazed generation and what is it about larger women that
Broccoli rice and avocado pesto.
Homemade vegan carrot & apple salad JACC
Homemade Raw vegan coco cookies
Slowly but surely making fresh real food to satiate my sweet tooth.
No animals was hurt in the process.
George Osodi is on a mission to document the economic and social paradigms of Nigeria.
Nigeria Monarchs show’s a selection of the rulers of West Africa’s 400 + kingdoms and their families in stylish settings verging on the quiet and the ostentatious.
I had an insightful conversation with him at the show saying; its time for Nigerians to tell their own story and not allow others to monopolies the documentation of their history.
Nigeria Monarchs is on until November 3 at
The Bermondsey Project
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