Martin Mwila

London, United Kingdom
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Martin Mwila

London, United Kingdom
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  • Ace & Tate Creative Fund: Hayley Louisa BrownPhotographer Hayley Louisa Brown is a creative force to watch. As editor-in-chief of BRICK, a biannual hip-hop culture publication launched in 2015 (it sold out, as did the second), she set out to eschew all the usual clichés about the genre, such as the propensity for overtly masculine imagery seen in American titles. Her latest project Children of Graceland, supported by Ace & Tate’s Creative Fund, took her to Elvis Presley’s hometown where she photographed young Elvis fans, as a way of explor
  • me myself & i: ZimonWe are not one thing. We are complex creatures. Weird, yep. But wonderful. Multifaceted. Experimental. Empowered beings. Constantly evolving. The ones with the stories. Or not. Eyewear for every side of you. Zimon is a writer, filmmaker, former legendary nightclub owner, poet, musician and one of life’s true eccentrics. Lately, the multitalented Zimon has been promoting his fantastic poetry collection To Die With Horses Wouldn’t Be So Bad, and also directed a documentary on Elton John.
  • Seeing in Colour: Ace & Tate x gal-demFor AW18, we’ve collaborated with London-based award-winning magazine gal-dem – a young media powerhouse that’s comprised solely of women and non-binary people of colour. Our project, Seeing In Colour, engages with four creative personalities and learns about some of the assumptions they’ve had to face as a result of their skin colour. Together, we hope to broaden perspectives and continue our celebration of diversity in all its forms. Photography: Kez Coo Videography: NXSH Words: gal-dem