For forty years Storm Thorgerson’s album covers and films have created the visual images we associate not only with the greatest rock bands, such as Pink Floyd, but with our times.
… a new art installation by Sarah Strang at Union Chapel, Islington …
Hayder Abdul-Hussein writes about Iraq and Basra As the British leave Basra, London Grip takes a look at a bit of what they’re leaving behind
Archives 2007 Racialised Africa: an open letter by Joao de Pina-Cabral The Tribes, the Leaders, the Millionaires
Archive 2008 Sport: Snooker’s Shifting Empire by Ian Hollings Snooker is having phenomenal success in China. London Grip sports editor Ian Hollings finds out why . . . . . .
Archive 2007 South Africa: a new government From People’s Charter to Freedom Charter: Violent and Non-violent Democratic Struggle in Britain and South Africa by David Philips
David Philips looks at a case study
David Philips considers some Problematic Terms
A reassessment by David Philips
2011 Londongrip online art exhibition A new direction James N. Butcher: from watercolour to oil painting
Michael Davenport dared to see Seduced, the over-18-only exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery.