The New Normal is not just about Covid19. Howard Goodall explains what BREXIT will mean for the arts.
As with any photo or any piece artwork, be it public or private, there is a story.
Even for your next social media posts, there is a story behind it.
Be it where you re-shared it from, to how long it took to take the shot, whether it is interpreted as it was intended by its viewer or if the image even tells the “true story”.
Now on first glance, you may think this photo is to do with the current “statue debate” and only exists because of said debate, however, and somewhat ironically I guess, this shot was actually taken in London during one of many Black Lives Matter marches whilst at the same time in Bristol the already controversial statue of “slave-tradesman” Edward Colston was being toppled.
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