Kenlock Ali prints

Neil Kenlock Exhibition Prints

Please note: The 'in the Rings with Ali' exhibition is currently closed. The prints are still available
and you can purchase them direct via curator Christina Jansen (see the menu above: contact).


1. Ali with the press, London, 18 x 24 in, 1977, 1/25, £650 (Unframed), £750 (Framed)

2. Ali walks with fan, London, 18 x 24 in, 1977, 1/25, £650 (Unframed), £750 (Framed)

3. Ali embracing fans, London, 18 x 24 in, 1977, 1/25, £650 (Unframed), £750 (Framed)

4. Ali speaks, London, 18 x 24 in, 1977, 1/25, £650 (Unframed), £750 (Framed)

5. Ali the lecturer, London, 18 x 24 in, 1977, 1/25, £650 (Unframed), £750 (Framed)

About Neil Kenlock

Neil Kenlock, photographer and media professional has been living in London since he came to Britain
from Jamaica in 1963, to join his parents. He was a professional photographer for the first twenty years
of his working life specialising in the cultural lifestyles of Jamaicans living and visiting the UK.

In the late 60s, he became the official photographer for the UK Black Panther Movement, documenting
the rallies, racism and upheaval during the 1970s and early 1980s in London. Alongside the big picture
of marches, protests and portraits of prominent campaigners, there are images focusing on details – a 1972
front door daubed with the slogan ‘KEEP BRITAIN WHITE’ is a moving and memorable moment captured
on film.