This summer a team of young people from the Brixton, South London area interviewed and photographed members of the British Black Panther Movement, which was active during the 1960s and 1970s.
The project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, includes an oral history interview with Neil Kenlock regarding his years as a member of the British Black Panther Movement. The interview was recorded on the Monday, the 15th of July 2013 by Keanna Williams and Lydia Amoabeng.
Listen to the full interview here.
One of the headlining exhibitions at the Tate Britain this summer is Another London which 5 of Neil Kenlock's images are a part of. Another London explores the images taken of London from the 1930's to 1980 through migrant photographers. The collection on show has 180 photographs giving a diverse view of life and society in London through the decades. The diverse range of photographers like Bill Brandt, Henri Cartier-Bresson,Robert Frank, Dora Maar, Irving Penn and James Barnor means that a that this exhibition creates a fresh and unique view of London.
27 July – 16 September...
Forman's Smokehouse Gallery will be hosting In The Rings With Ali, an exhibition consisting of a range of images of Muhammad Ali. To correspond with the London 2012 Games there will be a display of images depicting Ali's life. The exhibition will also include work by Ken Regan, Dave King, Sonia Katchian, Chris Smith, Neil Leiffer, Michael Gaffney, Chris Gollon, Melissa Gordon, Roberto Robanne, Duncan MacAskill and Christina Jansen who created the exhibition. Ali's brother Rahman Ali is due to open the exhibition on behalf of his brother.
20th July - 28th August 2012 Thu, Fri 5pm–9pm;...
As a contribution to the celebrations of Jamaica's 50th Independence Anniversary, Neil Kenlock has worked with the Jamaican National Building Society Foundation's Resolution Project to create Interpretations at the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre. There will be signature images of Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown, John Holt, Ken Boothe and Toots and The Maytals as well as many more depicting Jamaican life both in the UK and in Jamaica. This will be along with images taken by school children from rural Jamaican High Schools. This exhibition represents the past and the present...
Neil Kenlock's images will be featured as part of the Hanging Out Project's exhibition Images of Protest. The exhibition funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, along with the Victoria and Albert Museum, Imperial War Museum and Rich Mix hosts images from the 1950's, 60's and the 70's as well as contemporary pieces created by volunteers of the Hanging Out Project.
6th January - 28th January 2012 9am-11am
Rich Mix Mezzanine Gallery35-47 Bethnal Green RoadLondonE1 6LA