‘Cosmic Surgery’ Alma Haser at the Photographers’ Gallery

I love the Photographers’ Gallery. My membership has been a barometer to how flush I was feeling but it was the first gallery or museum I joined when I moved to London in my twenties. In fact, one of my few true regrets involves their print room, when the gallery was in it’s old home…

Made You Look: Dandyism And Black Masculinity

As a teenager growing up in St Andrews in the eighties, The Face was my introduction to so many things –  one of my favourite bands New Order, the photographer Arthur Tress (his image ‘Hermaphrodite behind Venus and Mercury’ is burnt into my consciousness) and indeed the idea of style itself. It was also my…