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Artists, Galleries and Collectors naturally respond under the creative spotlight to our not-so-organic Street Art Movement.

The Old Truman Brewery housed the influential exhibitors of Moniker Art Fair this month to present a unique environment of artist display in response to our diverse urban culture....

American Art and American History through the expression of Black artists. The Tate Modern Presents ‘Soul of a Nation’.

An engagement with the hunger for African American pride, uniformity and autonomy in a turbulent and dramatic period of time.The Tate Modern currently presents "Soul of a Natio...

Album Review: Reverend and the Makers, “The Death of a King”

Elliot Baker attempts to put together the jigsaw that is Reverend and the Makers’ The Death of a King, and comes up a few pieces short. The moment I heard the lead single from The...

On The Road review: leave Kerouac at home and stick on Wolf Alice

Michael Winterbottom’s latest film is a rockumentary that blends documentary and drama with serenity and lashings of deep, dark rock from Wolf Alice. “She inhabits only the pre...

Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do Review

Well, we've come a long way from Love Story, haven't we? Lining up Taylor Swift's 2009 breakthrough hit against her latest track, Look What You Made Me Do, you'd be forgiven for t...

Feminism, feist and one hell of a fiesta: GRRRL at Folklore Hackney, the latest musical project from In Place of War 

Talented women from all corners of the globe come together as GRRRL to celebrate sisterhood and the unique power of the female voice for In Place of War When something is toute...

The Work review: a cinema vérité look at prison therapy that delves into the deepest meanings of fatherhood

The Work is as cathartic to watch as it is to experience as it explores the process of rehabilitation and redemption inside a high-security California prison. Dogwoof have had ...

Album Review: Queen Moo, “Mean Well”

Elliot Baker finds himself surrounded by the multi-faceted talent of Queen Moo as he indulges in their album, Mean Well. I think that Aristotle would have liked Mean Well by Queen...

Quest Review: a touching documentary that will remind you of the power of hope, perseverance and love

Quest is a slow-moving portrait, but moving all the same, of one African-American family in troubled Philadelphia as they persevere through the years of Obama's Presidency Dire...

Album Review: Ron Pope, “Work”

Elliot Baker reviews Ron Pope's Work and finds himself transported to a world of dive bars, stale beer and bloodshot eyes. Upon first listening to Work, I was surprised that Sound...