Andy Warhol and New York, 1986
Walking (or driving) the streets of Andy Warhol’s New York, 1986.
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Latest News and Exhibitions
Who the F*** is Charlie Phillips
Article and interview by John Pearson on "Mr Feeldgood" website. (Uploaded 5 May 2021)
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Black Power: A British Story of Resistance
A film by Rogan Productions. Broadcast on BBC 25 March 2021 and repeated in the following week.
An examination of the Black Power movement in the late 1960s in the UK, surveying both the individuals and the cultural forces that defined the era.
Includes an interview and photographs by Charlie Phillips
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Photo credits: © Charlie Phillips
(Left) American radical Stokely Carmichael (centre) at Count Suckle’s Cue Club in Praed Street, Paddington 1967. (Right) Michael X at the Tabernacle, W11, 1966.
Charlie Phillips: why did it take so long for one of Britain's greatest photographers to get his due?
Feature article, by Steve Rose, in The Guardian, 25 March 2021
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Losing Loved Ones, Keeping Rituals, 2 March 2021, online at 7pm (UK)
Brought together from different communities, Rabbi Daniel Epstein, bereavement specialist Linda Magistris and photographer of the African Caribbean community Charlie Phillips share their thoughts on practices lost and gained through social distancing.
Online presentation hosted by House of Life. Click Here for Details
Dub London: Bassline of a City
New Exhibition at the Museum of London. Click Here For Full Details
The Evening Standard has given the display 4 stars
and it has been featured in The Observer and The Guardian (www.theguardian.com).
Charlie Phillip’s Duke Vin portrait (last on right), first sound system operator in the UK (pre disco),
2002© Charlie Phillips
This realm, this Britain: from this sceptic Isle
An online exhibition, 8 March to 30 April 2019
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A portfolio range of postcard packs, ephemera and design curios, – with a main emphasis on contemporary photography, but including design, visual arts, architecture, social documentary, counter-culture or just plain quirky. All artist inspired, well-designed limited print runs of products that are tactile and hand finished that we hope will become coveted and kept
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