This week was this way
Top: Protest against human trafficking planned for 27 London boroughs. A21 Campaign (Aboloshing Injustice in the 21st century) protestors with taped mouths in silent protest in Pall Mall.
Bottom: Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in UK. Tree series under construction at the Royal Academy, Ai WeiWei, London, 2015
Top: Suffragette directed by Sarah Gavron is in cinemas now. Members of the Women’s Social and Political Union, Annie Kenney and Christabel Pankhurst hold a Votes for Women banner circa 1908
Bottom: Frieze opens in a changing London. Cocktail Party by Tom Friedman at the Stephen Friedman Gallery, Frieze 2015
Top: Happy National Poetry Day. My Brilliant Image (film still) by Laure Prouvost with voice by Samantha Morton, co-commissioned by Thirteen Ways and The Space for National Poetry Day, in partnership with Forward Arts Foundation and the BBC 2015
Bottom: Assemble and Will Shannon nominated for the Turner Prize. Concrete slabs at Build Your Own exhibition at Norwich Castle Museum, opened 3rd October, co-curated by Thirteen Ways and Lauren Parker
Top: Think Like a Poet by Anthony Burrill, co-commissioned by Thirteen Ways and The Space, in partnership with National Poetry Day and the BBC.
Bottom: Claudia Rankine wins Forward Prize for Poetry, Claudia accepting her award at the ceremony on Monday.