The World Press Photo Award winner’s first solo exhibition is a meditation on the country’s kaleidoscopic street life.
London-based typographer Alex May Hughes explores fragility and rarity while giving her work the Midas touch in her second solo exhibition: 'Glass & Gold'.
When Algy Batten first thought of combining his two passions: ping pong and art, he didn’t think anyone would be interested. Turns out he was wrong.
Illustrator Toby Melville-Brown kicks off our 71a Gallery window artist takeover project with False Beast.
South London-based photographer Luke Overin explores a weird world of suburban retail parks and youthful escapism in his new show at Huck’s 71a Gallery.
Contemporary photography blog If You Leave launch their new ‘PM’ magazine issue alongside a display of the best images from their 2014 Showcase.
To celebrate the launch of Lucien Clarke's new pro Supra shoe, photographers James Edson and Daniel 'Snowy' Kinloch curate an exhibition of the mythical PWBC.
Photographers Diàna Markosian and Adam Patterson have learned stories are better told when you invite other voices in. Join us at Huck’s 71a Gallery on Tuesday October 20 to hear stories and insights from their recent projects 1915 and Another Lost Child.
With her alter-ego Joyce in tow, photographer Juno Calypso explores femininity, beauty and youth at Pennsylvania’s number one destination for honeymooners and disillusioned couples.
Electric's 3 Lenses photography show rolls into 71a, July 29-30, featuring a barbershop pop up from Paul Hewitt of AONO and images from Mark Choiniere, Maddison Rothery, Dominic Haydn Rawle and others.
Come and celebrate the release of Huck's Fiftieth Issue Special with us on Thursday May 14 at 71a.
To celebrate the launch of our 50th issue, we dug through Huck's archives to find the highs and lows of nine years of magazine making.