History unfolds with stories being told, some of these remain at the margins.

Marginal draws our attention to some of the human stories in need of our attention, care and social justice.

In recent years, we have seen dramatic world changes that have sparked extreme weather patterns, disrupted eco-systems and created unstable, volatile and dangerous political situations. The nature of these events has contributed to extraordinary social and political movement in the form of mass migration, political upheavals and social transformation but have also suppressed and kept important narratives on the margin.

The Marginal Exhibition features six selected photographers: Chiara Ceolin, Claudia Leisinger, Jonathan Goldberg, Mareike Gunsche, Wamatha Ng’ang’s, Parveen Ali.

Opening: Friday 7 June 18:00 – 21:00 (please book in advance via our book now link)

Exhibition Continues:

8 June 10:00 – 18:00

9 June 10:00 – 16:00

About: The exhibition is curated by Cinzia D’Ambrosi, who is a photojournalist known for her ongoing Hate Hurts project and founder/director of the Photojournalism Hub, a platform that promotes and engages people to social justice issues through photojournalism and documentary photography exhibitions, talks and events.

Marginal is part of the HFArtsFest, they organise open and inclusive art events across the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham between 1 and 9 June 2019.