Visit Oxford Street before Saturday 31st October to see 'The Peckham Portraits', a collaborative project by UNDEREXPOSED ARTS founder Fraser James and Franklyn Rogers, presented by @w1curates.
'The Peckham Portraits' aims to increase the visibility of talent within the Black British community, which debuted at the National Portrait Gallery in 2008 and was proudly exhibited in Peckham Hill Street, London for almost 10 years.
"UNDEREXPOSED ARTS is a registered charity which celebrates black British, dual heritage African/Caribbean and minority ethnic talent and promotes aspiration through national, arts-led interventions.
Founded by celebrated actor Fraser James in 2008 with portraits created by award winning artist Franklyn Rodgers, UNDEREXPOSED ARTS in 2020 is driven by the core belief that positive representation inspires identity development, self esteem, courage and aspiration.
Central to the long term UNDEREXPOSED ARTS rationale is the commitment to inspiring young adults through the sharing of wisdom from our GEMS OF KNOWLEDGE hub."
UNDEREXPOSED ARTS is a registered charity, celebrating black British, dual heritage African/Caribbean and minority ethnic talent and promoting aspiration through national, arts-led interventions.