AboutKilimanjaro Magazine Edits: art, love and everyday life, is a show curated by Olu Michael Odukoya at 20 Hoxton Square Projects. The show features work by five photographers and three sculptors.
Established and founded in 2003, Kilimanjaro speaks to a growing global, creative community; an âart thirsty' target audience seemingly tired of beautiful but empty publications. With back-to-back creative talent, an evolving broadsheet format and cutting-edge design, Kilimanjaro has established itself as an art magazine offering a point of creative difference: it challenges its audience through offering an active user experience.
Collaborating with 20 Hoxton Square Projects, Kilimanjaro is now an exhibition too. In this show, like all the things Odukoya does, there is a rich mixture of cultural references. All of the selected works possess a sense of freshness and simplicity and also a fascination with everyday life. This essence of elevating the everyday is paralleled with Odukoya's selections. He uses the photographs as he would found, everyday items; weaving a narrative out of the selected works and in doing so replacing the images original purpose with his own interpretation.
Henry Roy, Robi Rodriguez, Claudia Stockli, J.H.Engstrom , Lukas Wassmann, Alex Hoda, Michael Samuals, Milton Marques.
20 Hoxton Square Projects, London N1 6NT
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