Did you know that October marks Black History Month in the U.K? If you're interested in learning more, we've put together our top five exhibitions to visit in London:
1. SOUL OF A NATION: ART IN THE AGE OF BLACK POWER - Tate Modern
This critically acclaimed exhibition is showing artwork from black artists during a really pivotal and political time in America.
2. Once we came to a new home - Tower Hamlets
Photographer Cinzia D'Ambrosi presents photographs that celebrate and promote the history of Afro-Caribbean communities in White City.
3. Join in with Arts SU - Various locations
The Arts SU put on yearly celebrations for Black History Month. This year a range of events from exhibitions to networking has been organised by UAL's African-Caribbean Society, UAL's Black Students' Officer, and UAL's Women's Officer.
4. Re-imagine: Black Women in Britain - Brixton
Re-imagine gives a fascinating look at of some of Black British women throughout history dating back to the Roman times.
5. Basquiat: Boom for Real - Barbican
This exhibition showcases the brilliant work of the late Basquiat, as well as showing photos of videos of him as a young artist in New York.
For more information on what to do or see this Black History Month, we recommend following the official guide on Twitter: @BhmUK.