Category Archive: London

Skateboarding: The Subculture that became an integral part of urban landscapes and an Olympic sport

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Exhibition at Somerset House: No Comply: Skate Culture and Community I usually take this space to write about dance and occasionally other forms of art – so why skateboarding? The most obvious reason… Continue reading

Hungarian Art in London: ‘Disciples of Dóra Maurer’

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On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the diplomatic ties between Hungary and the UK, the Hungarian Cultural Centre London started a series of events. First in line is the art exhibition… Continue reading

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer

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Any exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery takes me at least three visits to appreciate fully. With its consistent yet quirky curation, multi-screen medley with each screen integral to the other, and every… Continue reading

Back to studio: An interview about dance before, during and after lockdown

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Natalie Hunt, founder of Mamparadance, talks in an interview about teaching during lockdown and the return to studio classes in September 2020.

BlaQish at Resolutions 2020

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BlaQish is an innovative blend of tap, rhythm, hiphop and krump that stays true to the spirit of hiphop culture. Its moves and grooves examine the relationship of those in the Alpha Phi… Continue reading

maliphantworks3: The Space Between

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Maliphant’s new work is a study in quiet intensity, yet I left frustrated.

Bursting the bubbles

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It’s nine in the evening. I ache from fatigue but it has been a good day. I’ve been the subject of a photofilm that Duckrabbit are creating. I’m fairly peripheral, being a case… Continue reading

Cavort for #WordyMonday Blue Jeans @CollaboDance with @slumcivilians and @_emerwalsh

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I’m still processing the images I took on Friday at Collabo at Stratford Circus so this was an easy choice. It’s in response to Stacey Drummond’s suggestion on my facebook page. I choose… Continue reading

Dance representing Igneous for #WordyMonday

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As well as being commonly known as fire rocks, the word is derived from the Latin word ignis which means of fire such as the kind of burning fire like a lighter. The… Continue reading

Back to school with Ballet Flamenco de Andalucia?

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I sometimes wonder if I should concentrate only on reviews and news from the dance photographer’s perspective. This is an example of why, since it’s a great example of how a photocall sometimes… Continue reading