Goodbye TAH

Illustration: Saadia Mebchour    After starting this page from the ground up as a rag tag bunch of students trying to find our voice in the art world, just as the page has grown so have we. With full time jobs, new responsibilities, and our own personal projects, comes the realisation that this page has…

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TAH VOL.2 NOW LIVE

The day has finally arrived, the second issue of our Pop Culture x Art History zine, TAH VOL.2, is now LIVE on our website and to purchase on our shop. 100 pages of essays, creative writing, and original artworks, by creatives from all around the world, available to read online for free, and to purchase as…

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TAH VOL.2 Previews – Narcissus

a poem by Saint Torrente with photographs by Poppy Marriott  published in TAH VOL.2 – coming February 17, pre-order for paper copies opened until March 22.   I was looking into the mirror of the photography studio you were renting. You handed me my heels and said “come” and I did. They were stilettos, and…

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From the TAH VOL.1 Archive – Reflecting: The Mainstream British Media’s Marginalisation of Grime

Grime. A genre typified by propulsive electronic production played at a tempo of roughly 140 beats per minute, aggressively delivered rapped vocals (very often in the form of repeated refrains) and an aesthetic that perfectly embodies the black British youth off the past 15 years or so. Since its inception, it has had a strained relationship with the mainstream media. It has been portrayed as nothing more than musical barbarism and has been excluded from the likes of award ceremonies, talk shows and musical magazines. Lamar Ita interviews photographer Vicki Grout, Radio Host Scully, and Producer and DJ Luke Warm.

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