The exhibition, That Beautiful Thing, features 43 photographs selected from a portfolio that runs into several thousands taken over a 20 year period both in the UK and abroad.
Putting the breadth and importance of Pogus Caesar’s work in perspective is a tricky thing – he’s well known for his photos of 1985’s Handsworth riots (the pic above being an example) but his experience, travels and areas of work are all incredibly wide. Roger Shannon does a good job of pulling it all together in this Birmingham Post article.
The exhbition runs until 12 July.Â In addition, on 3 July from 6-8pm at the Light House, Caesar will celebrate
20 years working in Television and Film with a screening of selected highlights from his award winning career, including work produced and directed for Central TV, BBC, Channel 4 and Carlton Television.
Throughout the screening he’ll be in conversation with Prof Shannon.Â Entrance is free.