This month Neil Kenlock was a guest at the Late at Tate Britain event, inspired by the Stan Firm Inna Inglan: Black Diaspora in London, 1960-70s exhibition. The event which features various talks, workshops and artistic performances, attracted around 3000 young people.
Kenlock was interviewed on the panel, alongside photographers like James Barnor. He spoke about his experiences as black photographer during that period and the stories behind the images on display.
To find out more about his photographs at the Stan Firm Inna Inglan exhibition and Late Tate events, visit the Tate Britain website.
The Black Cultural Archives in Brixton recently hosted an exhibition in association with Sky TV, using a selection of Neil Kenlock's photos. The exhibition titled 'Guerrilla in Pictures' aimed to tell the true story of the British black power movement of the 1970's. This was alongside the release of the fictional television drama Guerrilla set in that era. However, the drama was only inspired by the movement and was not a true story.
Unlike in the television series, the British Black Panthers were a non-violent group, who encouraged black people to learn about their history and stand against racism,...