Monday, 16 September 2013

Aye, Jimmee!

Nino Paulito went to Scotland but got Psy-tracked on the Clockwork Orange,
ate deep fried food and drank wee too much whisky. 

Wishing my lovely rodents Brown One and Black One well in their new Glasgow home.
Much love to Debra C for adopting them and showing us around town too.

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Thursday, 12 September 2013

Intersectional London

On Wednesday 18th September Nino Paulito will be exhibiting as part of a group photography exhibition titled Intersectional London.
Presented by Not So Popular, Intersectional London explores the social and personal identities of young people who work and live in the city. Who does the city of London belong to? Who benefits from cosmopolitanism? Does living in London reinforce or clash with social and personal identities? Are some of the questions being probed through the medium of photography.
For this exhibition, Nino Paulito will present a new series of photographs accompanied by a written diary of experiences noted whilst capturing them. All images were created over a week and thematically follow Nino's recent relocation from the bustling inner city to the leafy suburbs via the River Thames. Dr. Nira Yuval-Davis and Tayo Akindeinde (Queen Mary, University of London) will also be speaking on the night, discussing the subject of Cosmopolitanism.
Intersectional London is hosted at Hackney's Netil House studios for one night only. Doors open at 7 and entry is free.
Nino Paulito looks forward to welcoming you there.

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Monday, 2 September 2013

Papa Choong

I've not been to market for a while so this month have resorted to stealing old photos from my friend's parents house. 
This is  a photo Papa Choong, (the disgruntled looking boy in a dress), taken in 1955. I found some more equally amazing photos of the Choongs whilst browsing through their albums and will probably post some more in the upcoming months.

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