More than 400 people joined us for the launch of Autograph's new exhibitions
We have 10 free tickets available for artist educators to attend our upcoming conference on rights and arts engagement
Chris Miller is an artist at Submit to Love Studios in Hackney – a collective of artists, all of whom have survived brain injuries. As part of our March Thursday Late event in collaboration with the studio, he reviews Boswell's powerful exhibition at Autograph.
Cecil's work will be on display at our March #ThursdayLate
In the run-up to our Thursday Late event in collaboration with Submit to Love Studios, we take a closer look at the work of Sam Jevon
A member of the Submit to Love Studios collective, Affiong's work will be on display at our March #ThursdayLate
Mohammed's work will be on display at our Thursday Late event on 7 March
Autograph is launching a new series of monthly workshops at our gallery in Shoreditch
Have your photographic work reviewed by established photographers, influencers and curators from within the industry
We're developing a new exhibition with youth homeless charity Accumulate - and participants attended their first workshops at Autograph
Have your event, launch, meeting or activity at our iconic building in Shoreditch, London. We offer unique and versitile spaces for hire.
The New Pre-Raphaelites - an Autograph commission - will feature in the largest-ever LGBT Asian contemporary art exhibition
We welcomed Black Girl Meetup to our gallery in Shoreditch, to see Autograph's new exhibition by Phoebe Boswell
Artimage looks back at 2018's top art stories - including our exhibition The Duppy Conqueror And Other Stories
Inspired by our exhibition of work by young London photographers, local pupils created their own group portraits
Our gallery in Shoreditch, London will be closed from Sunday 23 December - Tuesday 1 January. See you in 2019!
In a new video by HENI Talks, hear some of the ways the framing of black identity through history has hindered, obscured and liberated the lives of many people across the globe
More than 200 people joined us at the opening night of Phoebe Boswell's exhibition The Space Between Things
Listen to Lyrispect's original poem The Reclamation - created in response to our touring exhibition by Zanele Muholi at Spelman College Museum of Fine Art
Students visited Autograph's archive, sparking complex discussions about how visual arts can affect change in our communities
At the opening night of our new exhibition by Phoebe Boswell - perfect for Christmas shopping
Saint John the Baptist Primary School joined us for a series of learning workshops
Watch Omar Victor Diop's interview with Focus on Africa about his recent exhibition at Autograph
We have some fabulous leased offices available at Rivington Place
A powerful image, taken when both Rachel and the sitter were 17
More than 200 people joined us at the opening of our student exhibition
Courtney Jelley addresses disability in her work, on display now in Young London Photographers: Common Ground
Young London Photographers: Common Ground opens tonight - we take a closer look at Chantae Henry's work addressing homelessness.
Autograph are looking for two practitioners to present at our upcoming Rights in Focus Network event on Saturday 8th December.
A passionate discussion about the experience of youth 'then and now'
Listen to the podcast from Brighter Futures' event at Autograph - debating the biggest issues faced by young migrants today
In light of the detention of Shahidul Alam in Bangladesh, an important discussion at The Photographers' Gallery, London on 4 November.
Inspired by our touring exhibition by Zanele Muholi, an afternoon of poetic proportions took place at Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Atlanta
Autograph was proud to take part in Hackney Council's event celebrating the Windrush Generation
Thompson Hall, Andrew Omoding and Ian Wornast joined us for Thursday Late at the gallery, sharing and discussing their work.
Arpita will go to Syracuse, New York for the 2019 Light Work + Autograph Artist Residency
UK-wide mass exhibition in solidarity with Shahidul Alam
Inspired by our pop-up display, students have started their own archive and brought Victorian photographs to life with colour and symbols.