Get a start on your holiday shopping at Autograph. Our acclaimed exhibition Sasha Huber: YOU NAME IT will be open at this special Thursday Late, alongside exclusive offers at our holiday book and print sale - plus a complimentary drink. Here's a preview:
• The final copies of Autograph's immensely popular monograph Lina Iris Viktor: Some Are Born To Endless Night — Dark Matter will be available to purchase at this event. The book isn't available online - arrive early to get a copy, we anticipate this will sell out quickly.
• Pick up our boxed, limited edition book and 10 x 8" silver gelatin print set Growing Up Black by Dennis Morris for only £50, 80% of the retail price of £300. Signed by the artist.
• Up to 50% off a selection of Autograph's beautifully-produced photography books and newspapers exploring identity, representation, human rights and social justice
• Discounts on limited edition prints including R.A. Albert's Miss Black and Beautiful, Ajamu X's Power Drill Heels, and more
• The new catalogue for Sasha Huber's exhibition YOU NAME IT will be 10% off the cover price
All purchases support Autograph's arts and learning programmes. We are a registered charity, and your support helps empower us to do more: to preserve diverse photographic history, reach more people, and support more artists.
Stock is limited and available on a strictly first-come, first-served basis - we're unable to accept pre-orders or reserve products. All purchases must be taken with you as we cannot ship products.
Who and what do we memorialise, and how? Sasha Huber explores how colonial histories are imprinted into the landscape through naming and acts of remembrance - asking what actions it might take to repair the inherited traumas of history.
Everyone is welcome at Autograph. We care about our visitors, staff, artists and community, and have measures in place to help ensure a safe visit for everyone. Have a look at our Visit Us page, it has full information about Covid-19 safety and accessibility at Autograph.
Free outdoor display
See London-based artist Thompson Hall's display on the side of our gallery, featuring work created at his recent residency at Autograph
Autograph is a place to see things differently. Since 1988, we have championed photography that explores issues of race, identity, representation, human rights and social justice, sharing how photographs reflect lived experiences and shape our understanding of ourselves and others.Donate Join our mailing list