In his capacity as a local press photographer, Counts documented the desegregation of Little Rock High School over two years as nine African American students (known as the Little Rock Nine) attempted, and eventually succeeded, to attend the school.
Alongside 38 of Counts' iconic black and white prints, an interactive timeline will be displayed to contextualise the work on display. Pictured: taken on the morning of 4 September 1957, one member of the Little Rock Nine, Elizabeth Eckford, didn’t receive the message that all nine students were to meet and go to the school together.
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He is such a great counselor and adviser and has so much knowledge not only about things of the Lord, but also on marriage and relationships.
Celebration time 11 August London-based artist Sonya Dyer curates the exhibition ‘50 Years Leeds West Indian Carnival’, which is opening tomorrow at The Tetley in Leeds.
Through photography, video, audio and costume the exhibition celebrates the history of the UK’s first authentic West Indian carnivalm which featured costume, music and masquerade procession.
I don’t know what I would have done during a very difficult time in my life if I hadn’t had Joe to talk to and seek wisdom from…” -Sara Evans, Entertainer, Award-Winning Country Music Artist Only you know why you have sought out marriage help.
Learn how inclusions and unconformities can tell us stories about the geologic past.
Displayed as wallpaper in the gallery’s reception, Zittel transforms an intensely conceptual work into mere decoration.
Pictured: Freedom fighters 8 August Arkansas Art Centre is memorialising 60 years since the integration of Little Rock High School in America with exhibition ‘Will Counts: The Central High School Photographs’.
Vibrant colours, elaborate costumes and intimate moments of camaraderie have been documented and will be shared through this show.
Community is an integral part of the celebrations and as such, the exhibition features mementos and artifacts donated by the public. Pictured: Behind the scenes 10 August Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró are among history’s most celebrated artists, iconic images of them resonate in our minds.