All posts tagged black

#WhyWeWearBlack

For the past few months, sexual harassment and its presence in Hollywood has opened up the conversation of what should be done. Which measures can we put in place to, […]

How Accessible is Frieze Art Fair?

Following our review of the Sculpture Garden in Regent’s Park, I went along to Frieze London’s Fair, an annual October event that punctuates the calendars of art collectors and enthusiasts […]

Why The Doctor Can Be Anyone, Especially a Female.

When I first started editing the film section of CUB Magazine – almost a year ago now, when Britain was in the EU, America did not have a carrot cake […]

Documentary Double-Bill: Ava Duvernay’s 13th

13th takes its name from the amendment to the United States Constitution introduced in 1865, which abolished slavery and any form of involuntary service. Except for as punishment for a crime. […]

The Photographer’s Gallery Presents: Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity

In exploring the wealth of identity, the black dandyism exhibition at The Photographer’s Gallery serves to subvert the generalisations centred on black masculinity. Poignantly, the power lies within the subjects’ […]

Black History Month through film

With Black History Month upon us now, an important time for learning and celebrating your past, I (a very white man) tasked myself with writing an article of relevance in […]

Muhammad Ali; a eulogy through the greatest boxing films

On the 3rd of June 2016, 10:05pm ET at a Miami Marlins baseball game, the death of a legend of the 20th century was announced on the scoreboard to the […]

Why the World Obviously Needs Another White James Bond (Not).

What is it that makes James Bond so appealing to the mass audience? Is it how debonair he looks in a Tom Ford suit? Is it his ability to drink […]