Ever since being established, Ace & Tate has been committed to supporting the creative community—recognizing their importance in the development of the label and giving back. First supporting Dutch photographer Lucas Hardonk, the Ace & Tate Creative Fund has just given a stage to the second fund recipient: photographer, Glamcult contributor and the editor-in-chief of Brick, Hayley Louisa Brown.
Shown during a three-day exhibition at the Ace & Tate London ‘peep store’ as well as Protein Studios, Brown unveiled her Children of Graceland. This set of photographs features young Elvis fans and indirectly captures the “king of rock and roll” as a lasting legend. Characterized by straightforward authenticity, Brown’s work contrasts mainstream imagery with innovative perspectives.
The Ace & Tate Creative Fund makes emerging talent more prominent in our daily experience by bringing the ideas of young visionaries to the forefront. Stay synced with Ace & Tate’s Journal and visit the ‘peep stores’ to see the work of their creative collaborators. In the meanwhile, have a glimpse at Brown’s beautiful work here.