13/09/2022
To Do
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What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

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13/09/2022
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What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

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13/09/2022
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Sioned Bryant
What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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13/09/2022
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What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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13/09/2022
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What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
13/09/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
13/09/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
13/09/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
13/09/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
13/09/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
What Have Yamo Users Been Viewing This Past Week?
We take a look at the most popular exhibitions on our app right now

Where have our lovely Yamo users been heading this week for their artistic and creative fix? While there may be a plethora of mediums and topics to dive into in London, this week our app users have been opting for exhibitions with historic flair. From the history of oceanic study to the rise of the New Left political movement, these exhibitions promise to educate and inspire. 

The Natural History Museum | Exploring Our Oceans: The Challenger Expedition and Its Legacy | Open until January 2023 

Illustration of the Octopus (Octopus hongkongensis) from the Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of HMS Challenger, Volume 16, 1886.

Join the Natural History Museum as they mark the 150th anniversary of the Challenger expedition with a free exhibition! On the 7th December 1872 the HMS Challenger set out to document the world's oceans: the information gathered during her four-year voyage is still studied worldwide today. Historic yet contemporary, the exhibition blends images and specimens to explore the impact of the Challenger's journey. Visitors are also encouraged to look to the future, considering the effect of human activities on our ecosystems. 

V&A | Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear | Open until November 6th

Portrait of a Sengalese man in 18th-century uniform
Jean-Baptiste Belley, by Omar Victor Diop, 2014, Pigment inkjet print on Harman by Hahnemühle paper. Courtesy MAGNIN-A Gallery, Paris. © Omar Victor Diop.

Fashion is one of the most dynamic elements of human expression. Trends evolve and transform, shaped by politics, society, and the world at large. Currently on display at the V&A is an exhibition dedicated to current creativity in men's fashion, inspired by the perspectives of designers, tailors, clients and sitters. By showcasing looks from Renaissance princes to Harry Styles, masculinity is - very literally - unpicked at the seams.  

The Photographers Gallery | The Partisan Coffee House returns to Soho | Open until 2 September 

Black and White Photograph, by Roger Mayne, showing an aerial view of tables and seats of The Partisan Coffee House, displayed at The Photographers' Gallery in London
Roger Mayne, Partisan Coffee House, 1958-1963 Courtesy Katkin Tremayne © Roger Mayne Archive / Mary Evans Picture Library

In 1958, radical historian Raphael Samuel and cultural theorist Stuart Hall founded The Partisan coffee house. Located at the centre of Soho, it rejected the bourgeois and commercial trends of the time, instead becoming a hub for burgeoning creativity. During its short lifespan it hosted debates, film screenings, exhibitions and music nights. Artists, academics, and writers alike all congregated there - the melting pot of their ideas would lead to the birth of the New Left. Using archival film and photography, The Photographer’s Gallery is hosting a group exhibition to document this moment in time.

Remember to check in on the app to collect your Yamos! 

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