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Jim Marshall's unseen "peace" photographs, here for the first time, are a timely document for our world today. 60 years after the creation of the CND peace symbol, this body of work is a beautiful and thoughtful reflection from one of the most celebrated photographers of the twentieth century. Marshall saw himself as an anthropologist and a journalist, visually recording the changing times and explosion of creativity in the 1960s. He loved street photography, and in between official assignments, he started documenting the CND peace symbol and peace rallies as a personal project.
From Protest to Performance: New Work 2016-2018 by director and publisher of Black & Grey magazine, Bil Brown. Showcasing both his editorial work and his stylized reportage-like imagery, this series reveals a concerted public response to a perceived shift in consciousness. Bil Brown brings us into a world where we all wonder - what's next?
"Too often women in history have been silenced. We have lost the stories of courage and important moments in our transformation of ideas that have changed the destiny of the world." - Mynxii White Mynxii White's series of women in history who have implemented and inspired revolutionary change, showcases a collection of a radical metamorphosis of brilliance influenced by the strength and courage of the female spirit.