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Zakia Uddin

About Zakia Uddin

Zakia Uddin is a London-based freelance journalist who writes about everything from mechanical turks to Selena Gomez. You can find her online here: http://zakiauddin.tumblr.com/ and here: http://zakiaruddin.wordpress.com/
Mahtab Hussain, "Building Desire: String Vest, Two Tears" Courtesy of Mahtab Hussain/Sumarria Lunn Gallery

Man Up – On Art and Masculinity in London

What does it take to be a man – or to make art from the subject of masculinity? As the Xs and Ys that define gender seem less fixed, Zakia Uddin investigates. Continue reading

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The Speed of Light – Everything Was Moving: Photography from the 60s and 70s

In shocking and powerful images from the 60s and 70s, Zakia Uddin looks at photography which tell the history of photography but also the history of change. Continue reading

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