Born in Jamaica in 1951, artist Vanley Burke has lived in Birmingham since 1965 and is renowned as a photographer concerned especially with black culture in Britain. This summer the entire contents of his flat in Nechells, north-east Birmingham, will be transferred to Ikon’s first floor galleries. A vast archive of posters, books, clothes, records, ornaments and countless other items, it provides an invaluable insight into Birmingham’s African Caribbean communities.
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Earlier Event: May 9WORK, REST AND PLAY: BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY FROM 1960S TO TODAY
Later Event: August 6Sound System Culture: Birmingham