Breaking Glass Magazine – May 2021
Cover image © 16 Beasley St Photography
Just a couple of weeks until art galleries and museums open their doors to the public again, and there’s so much to see. In Brighton, the Bowie / McCormack exhibition has been extended until January 2022 while, in London, Whitechapel Gallery opens up with Phantoms of Surrealism and the Royal Academy hosts David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring. Another not to be missed show features the work of revered social documentary photographer Don McCullin at Tate, Liverpool.
Let’s hope we can see live music opening up safely again soon too and that the industry can start to find its way back to surviving the impact of the last year.
Our next photo gallery will be published in June and we’ll start accepting submissions towards the end of this month. The theme is ‘Toy Story’, so dig out your dominoes and try not to step on the Lego while you send in images of your favourite childhood toys and games or modern alternatives, structured toy photography, lost toys in the street and whatever else fits the subject, more details here.
This month’s street art cover shot was taken in Glasgow.
Words and photo © Siobhan
1st May 2021