We’re hosting our very own exhibition at Shoreditch’s Htown Gallery on 10-11 May.
Our 100th issue is set to land this month, and in celebration of the milestone we’re launching a two-day exhibition in London this week. Showcasing some of the best images printed across our pages, the exhibition will be hosted at Shoreditch’s Htown Gallery on 10-11 May. Admission into the exhibition will remain free, and the collection will be shown from 10am (GMT) to 6pm (GMT).
Our most iconic images, along with previously unpublished work, will be made available to purchase as limited edition prints during the event. All profits of the sale will go towards the charity Arts Emergency.
Across 100 issues, we’ve worked with a roster of both established and on-the-rise photographers to create cutting-edge visuals of the artists who’ve opened up vital conversations through our pages. Among the photographs carefully selected for the collection, there’s work by London-based photographer Joshua Gordon, who captured King Krule for our Issue 82 cover in the lead-up to his highly-anticipated 2017 album The Ooz. Fashion and fine art photographer Steph Wilson helmed the visuals for our M.I.A. cover shoot, and the prince of Northampton, slowthai, was photographed by Alex de Mora for a feature in Issue 97.
Named as one of 25 artists shaping the future of music, pop outsider Charli XCX was captured on camera by Yavez Anthonio, while Berlin-based photographer Vitali Gelwich staged cover shoots with Arca and Helena Hauff. Crack Magazine’s own Art Director, Michelle Helena Janssen, will also feature in our exhibition with her Christine and the Queens cover.
Check out a selection of images below.