Interested in gender, fashion and cultural identity? Make your way over to ‘Stance’ at the Tate Britain.
For one night only, gain exclusive access to an evening of fashion and its relationships to daily life, theatre, travel, history and politics.
Featured image: Lady Amz
If you missed stylist Ibrahim Kamara and South African photographer Kristin-Lee Moolman‘s ‘2026’ showcase at Somerset House last year, they’re back at it again, but this time at Tate Britain with ‘Stance’. They’ve produced a series of photographs exploring the boundaries of fashion, gender and race. These works will only be found in a limited edition publication created specially for this event.
Not only will you have access to unique imagery; this evening has been exclusively designed for 15-25 year olds outside of general public viewing hours.
This experience is set to the backdrop of sounds by DJ CKTRL: Aisha Zoe, West Indians and Lady Amz. So, bring a friend, try some of the pop-up and street food on offer, take in the atmosphere and enjoy.
Advance tickets are still available. The night kicks off at 6pm, free entry: Late at Tate Britain: Stance.