George Coles

This realm, this Britain: from this sceptic Isle

An online exhibition, 8 March to 30 April 2019

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Paris Londres, Music Migrations 1962-1989

Exhibition includes work by Charlie Phillips.

12 March 2019 to 5 January 2020

Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration
Palais de la Porte Dorée

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Still from Neneh Cherry's Kong, 2018 (c) Jenn Nkiru

GET UP, STAND UP! - Generations of Black Creative Pioneers

Exhibition includes images by Charlie Phillips

2 June - 15 September 2019

West Wing Galleries, Somerset House, London

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Half-Silvered | Anne Lilly & Karin Rosenthal

Half-Silvered | Anne Lilly & Karin Rosenthal

8 November 2018 to 15 February 2019

Women’s Studies Research Center
Brandeis University

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Click Here for the review from the Boston Globe.

Relatives of Ronnie Briggs at his Nine Night.
This Nine Night was held in the yard of Ronnie's garage where he spent much of his time.

Nine Night - exhibition to accompany theatre production

A selection of works by Charlie Phillips from his "How Great Thou Art" portfolio will be on display in the bar at the Trafalgar Studios

1 December 2018 to 23 February 2019

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Patpong - Bankok After Dark

Feature in Erotic Review, based on selections from a large archive. © private collection courtesy of

A unique and candid depiction of Bangkok’s most notorious vice district shot between 1970 and 1990 by two Thai photographers: Flower and Flash.

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Announcement: Ron Reid Estate

Above: John Lennon on a demo march in London, 11 Aug 1971
Left: Flower power flared jeans - Glastonbury Festival 1971
© Ron Reid Estate

We are pleased to announce that we now exclusively represent the Ron Reid Estate
Counterculture from the early 70s to 90s.

To view a selection of his images and outline, Click Here.

Back in the Day: The Autograph Archive X Yardie

To celebrate the upcoming release of Idris Elba’s directorial debut YARDIE, Autograph is working with STUDIOCANAL to launch a free photographic exhibition at Hackney Picturehouse. The exhibition includes Charlie Phillips’ Westbourne Park Tube station image.

18 August to 2 September 2018
Hackney Picture House, London

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Click Here for Charlie Phillip’s portofolio of work.

Newry Gagarin Crosses the Border 1993 photomontage, (c) Seán Hillen

Reframing the Border

Exhibition includes work by Seán Hillen

14 July to 9 September 2018

Gallery of Photography Ireland
Meeting House Square
Temple Bar
D02 X406

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Click Here for Seán Hillen’s Facebook Page.

The Art of Asperger’s

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland have granted Gillian Marsh Productions €135k to make a 52 minute documentary on Seán Hillen, provisionally titled The Art of Asperger’s for broadcast on the national broadcaster RTÉ in Autumn 2019. The documentary will be centred around the ‘excavation’ of Sean’s famously messy studio (which puts Francis Bacon’s to shame!) and extraction of his ‘archive’ with the help of an archivist from the National Irish Visual Arts Library who will then receive the press archive. Gillian Marsh, GMarsh TV is one of Ireland’s top regional production companies. Based near Crossmolina in Co Mayo, the company has built its name producing distinctive television with a rural edge. With an emphasis on factual and observational documentary our productions capture the essence of rural life simply and delicately, capturing the extraordinary in ordinary lives.

(c) Charlie Phillips

London Nights
See the city after dark through photography

Exhibition includes work by Charlie Phillips.

Museum of London

11 May to 11 November 2018.

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Click Here for an illustrated article by curator Anna Sparham, in which she discussed the project.



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