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Images front cover and below: Aura of Boxing, Max Kandhola, 2013



Weekends are a time to relax, spend time with loved ones, and to do something fun! Come along to our free gallery tours, dance workshops, family activities, performances, and much more!


Eat, drink, or spend time with friends and family. Our café serves a range of delicious locally sourced homemade food.


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This year marks 100 years since World War 1, yet war and conflict rage on of course. As humans we strive for conquests; we are competitive and driven by victories, principles or ideologies, be those small or game changing. Battles are won and lost and we often focus on the conflict, obsessed by battle and its results. However there are many emotions and psychologies at play that surround the act of conflict which are often more complex than the instant gratifications of winning or seeing someone lose. Our featured artist in the Main Gallery is Max Kandhola, a fine art documentary photographer who explores the meditative depths of life that surround conflict through his series The Aura of Boxing. Although boxing is often seen as brutal, Max perceptively captures the grace and discipline central to their performance, and shares their quiet moments of reflection and vulnerability.

Eighteen years of images conclude with recent works featuring undefeated World Super Middleweight Champion from Nottingham, Carl Froch. What a coup! There will be an opportunity to hear Kandhola speak about his work with added insights from academic David Scott and a boxer who has worked closely with the artist. The exhibition coincides with the launch of his highlyanticipated new book, published by Dewi Lewis. The season offers a variety of art and culture. We launch a new food and cultural festival, Melting Pot, an opportunity to share flavours representing the international cultures and cuisines of Hyson Green. Also family friendly sessions, film screenings, debates, gallery tours, dance, music and spoken word performances, young people’s theatre, Artist Occupations, Jugalbandi battles and The Exchange on Sunday paper for your alternative view of the world. I look forward to seeing you over the course of the season. Skinder Hundal Chief Executive, NAE

Images below: Aura of Boxing, Max Kandhola, 2013





Max Kandhola has been documenting boxers and their environment since 1996. This multi-site exhibition* marks the conclusion of the project and the launch of a new major publication on Max’s practice by Dewi Lewis Publishing, available to purchase from New Art Exchange. The essence of the narrative within the collection is based around three British boxers, Howard Clarke, Julius Francis and Robert McCracken, each providing a different context to the story of boxing. For this exhibition, Max has photographed Nottingham born and three time world champion boxer, Carl Froch.


The Aura of Boxing encapsulates Max’s ability to research through the act of photography, using his camera as a means to explore and unveil the depths of life. In this collection the explicit representation of the traditional ‘fight’ is avoided; instead Max explores the many conflicts within the fighter. Kandhola focuses on the ring and the gym as spaces for preparation and meditation in an attempt to capture the boxers’ aura in these moments of psychological intensity; the moments shortly before entering the ring and after leaving it, during which the boxer truly is vulnerable and yet often unnoticed.

The research and development of Aura of Boxing has been made possible with generous support from Nottingham Trent University.

Using boxing as a metaphor, Kandhola’s research reflects upon the psychological gesture of performance in the sport, and the ritual of the individual boxers. In addition, the work documents the attempted flight from inner-city poverty that is common to many young boxers. Exploring how these athletes have been cocooned by the social pressures of the inner-city, Kandhola’s work reveals the impact and presence of mind that manifests within this urban landscape, reflecting the politics of class and clan.


*Aura of Boxing will be launched at three venues in 2014. In addition to this show at New Art Exchange, two other distinct exhibitions will be presented at Rich Mix, London and Quad’s Chocolate Factory. See our website for full details and dates.

There will be opportunities to hear the artist discuss his work. Please see page 6 and page 9 for details.

Images below: Aura of Boxing, Max Kandhola, 2013

Image: film still from 12 Years a Slave



FILM SCREENINGS 15 February – 20 April 2014 Central Gallery

The Manipulated Image Launch Event: Saturday 15 February, 3pm – 5pm Nottingham Photographers’ Hub present a photographic exhibition with new work created and developed with New Art Exchange and graphic designer Maria Rosaria Digregorio. Inspired by Max Kandhola’s photography (shown here to the left) the work on display uses experimental techniques to explore the theme movement and manipulation. The collective have approached this body of work using a number of new and investigational methods exploring composition, exposure, reputation and applied processes.


All tours are FREE. To book on the BSL signed tour contact glenis@nae.org.uk.

Saturday 22 February, 12pm Members of Nottingham Photographers’ Hub collective will talk visitors through their exhibition in the Central Gallery. Saturday 8 March, 12pm Armindokht Shooshtari and our international volunteers will lead a gallery tour presented in English, Farsi and Arabic. Saturday 22 March, 12pm British Sign Language Gallery Tour with Max Kandhola. See page 11 for details.

Wednesday 26 March, 7pm - 9pm

12 Years a Slave

In association with Majestic Boxing Academy and Stella Vision

Dir: Steve McQueen, 2013

Join artists, the NAE team and other experts for a diverse range of perspectives about our exhibitions. During these informal gallery tours you will learn more about the artists and have the opportunity to exchange your opinions about the show.

Saturday 15 February, 12pm Max Kandhola, Exhibiting Artist in the Main Gallery

Friday 28 February, 7pm – 9.15pm

Sunday 30 March, 12pm Join Beata Polanski to discuss the exhibition and the artworks with a special focus on the importance of sport within the Polish community. This discussion will be presented in both Polish and English. Sunday 20 April, 12pm Join a speaker from Gurdwara Baba Budha Ji as they discuss what a sacred space within a devoted practice means within Sikhism. The discussion will take place in Punjabi and English.

In the pre-Civil War United States, Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New York, is abducted and sold into slavery. Facing cruelty at the hands of a malevolent slave owner, as well as unexpected kindnesses, Solomon struggles not only to stay alive, but to retain his dignity. Steve McQueen is a British-born film director, screenwriter, and video artist. He is a winner of the Caméra d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, a Turner Prize and a BAFTA. Admission: £4.50 (£3.00 concession) Age range: PG

Muhammad Ali: The Greatest Dir: William Klein, 1969 Klein documents some of the key moments in Muhammad Ali’s career by showing the people, the events and the media frenzy mobilised by his phenomenal rise. The evolution of Ali into an increasingly politicised cultural icon is narrated through encounters with a range of figures, from his boisterous fans and entourage to Malcolm X, and acute observations of fast-changing cultural landscapes in the USA as well as in Mobutu’s Zaire. Admission: £4.50 (£3.00 concession) Age range: PG

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Friday 7 February, 6pm – 8pm

Tuesday 18 February, 6.30pm – 8pm

Thursday 6 March, 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Community Capsule: The Launch

Wonderland: Be VOCAL

VOCAL: Women and their Stories

Over the past 18 months Nottingham Black Archive (NBA) and Nottingham Photographers’ Hub have been working to document the contribution of Black ex-servicemen and their families during World War II. The project, funded by Lottery Heritage Fund, has led to the creation of exciting community resources, including an exhibition, artefact loan box, book and DVD. Join us for the launch of this project!

Wonderland has been working with disparate communities around Nottingham, hearing their stories and mapping their hopes and aspirations to create a symbolic identity for the city. Join the conversation that draws attention to children’s issues such as: health, wellbeing, education, opportunities, displacement and international human rights. The discussion addresses how we can work together to bring change where it is needed most.

This season, to coincide with International Women’s Day, New Art Exchange will be hosting a collaborative drama performance of Arletty Theatre’s Patchwork Lives by Imogen Joyce. The play is made from 100 stories shared by people of Nottinghamshire which explore matters that affect women. The VOCAL debate will be led by issues raised throughout the performance, including themes around violence against women, human rights, gender equality, migration, health and well-being.

For enquires related to this event contact NBA on 0777 093 367. For bookings contact NAE. Admission: FREE (booking essential) Age range: All are welcome

Admission: FREE (places are limited; to book please visit: www.wonderlandnottingham. eventbrite.co.uk) Age range: All are welcome

Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome Please note this event is intended for women only.

Thursday 13 March, 7pm – 8.30pm

Thursday 20 March, 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Breakin’ the Power Dynamics Jonzi D in Conversation with Eva Martinez

Max Kandhola in Conversation with David Scott and a Guest Boxer

Join Jonzi D, the acclaimed pioneer of British Hip Hop Theatre and Artistic Director of the ever popular Breakin’ Convention, as he discusses the journey of British hip-hop culture, rapping and b-boying since its genesis in the early eighties. Taking his work as the starting point for this conversation, Jonzi will explore the socio-political context and the power dynamics of hip-hop as a Contemporary art form with Eva Martinez Artistic Programmer and producer at Sadler Wells, London. Admission: £3 (£2.00 concession) Age range: All are welcome

This session will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the concept of The Aura of Boxing from the perspective of the artist Max Kandhola, David Scott and a Guest Boxer. Max’s photographic research was created through working intensively and intimately in gyms with the boxers. Experiencing the taste, heat, touch and smell of skin and sweat- even catching blows and punches- was an essential part of the process. Penetrating the boxer’s space in this way was vital in ensuring a deep sensory interrogation of the subject. Through his camera Max endeavours to capture the boxers’ aura - a brief and unique transcendental moment of an extreme heightened awareness. The talk will explore the intense process the artist and boxer went through in creating the images. David Scott will lead the session to extract the reflections of both Max Kandhola and the boxer. Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome

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Image: Katie Ward and Simon Spencer


SATURDAY 19 & SUNDAY 20 APRIL 2014, ALL DAY FROM 12PM Celebrate the vibrant and diverse cultures and cuisines of Hyson Green and Forest Fields. Hosted at New Art Exchange and developed with our neighbouring communities, the weekend will serve up the sights, sounds and flavours of Nottingham’s vibrant international quarter!

At New Art Exchange we want to share the arts with as many people as possible. Our growing access programme is aimed at engaging diverse audiences with different abilities and needs with our exhibitions and events. This season we are staging the special access events listed below. We welcome groups with specific needs to the venue at any time. If you have a proposal as to how we could make our exhibitions more accessible to you or your group, we would love to hear from you. Thursday 6 February 10am – 12.30pm and 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Body as Canvas

Featuring Cook Off | Food stalls from around the world | Tasting sessions International Board Games | Free creative workshops for families and young people Bite size Ishraqah* | Jugalbandi Battle | Free performances of live music and dance.

FREE ENTRY FOR ALL! This event has been made possible through generous support from the College of the Arts, University of Lincoln

*Ishraqah is NAE’s annual festival exploring Middle Eastern art and culture.

This season NAE is collaborating with First Movement, a specialist organisation that caters for adults with learning and physical disabilities. This creative and movement based workshop will be inspired by the artwork of Max Kandhola and his new photographic collection, The Aura of Boxing. Participants will use digital projections, music and movement to capture the rhythm and grace of boxing. The workshop will encourages physical participation and creative expression through a visually stimulating and atmospheric setting. Admission: FREE (advance bookings required) Age range: 16+

Saturday 22 March, 12 noon

British Sign Language Gallery Tour with Max Kandhola Visitors with hearing impairments are invited to join us for a gallery tour delivered in British Sign Language (BSL). The fully qualified guide and exhibiting artist Max Kandhola will communicate ideas in the exhibition, and participants will also be able to pose questions. Admission: FREE (advance bookings required) Age range: All are welcome

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Sunday 9 February, 1pm – 6pm

Artist’s Occupation: Dance Off! Come and celebrate dance! On this exciting day we will be premiering new works from young groups as well as showcasing short dance pieces from choreographers in the region. Join us in experimenting with combining street dance and contemporary styles. The day finishes with a dance-jam session which promises to be a wonderful way to energise for the week ahead! Admission: See website for details Age range: All are welcome

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Friday 14 March 7.30pm – 8.00pm: Open Mic 8.15pm – 9.00pm: Headline act Cultural Vibrations in association with NAE presents

Live @ NAE featuring Blessing Magore Celebrate the exciting new music and spoken word talent from Nottingham in an open mic evening hosted by the charismatic Rasterella Fallade. Hailing from Zimbabwe, Reggae– Funk singer songwriter Blessing Magore is one of Nottingham’s rising musicians and will be the featured artist for the evening. He will be performing tracks from his latest EP. You can sign up for the open mic slots from 6pm on the night. Please note that we are unable to provide backlines for the open mic slots. Admission: £4.00 (£3.00 concession, FREE entrance for those who sign up for the open mic) Age range: All are welcome

Sunday 6 April, 1pm – 6pm

Saturday 26 April, 6pm – 7.30pm

Artist’s Occupation: What’s the Word on the Street?

YARD Young People’s Theatre presents:

Using spoken word, song and poetry, this special Artist’s Occupation is led by younger and more experienced artists alike. We have searched Nottingham for new and emerging talent, so come and see how we fill the gallery, the café and the performance space with words, words, words!

Our talented young performers present their interpretation of the exhibition in the Main Gallery, The Aura of Boxing. Using their perspectives of the streets, places and faces of Nottingham, this evening of performance in its many shapes and forms will ask questions about the challenges that face young people today. Using spoken word, music and movement, we will be encouraging participants to read between the lines and create their own words!

Admission: FREE Age range: All are welcome

A Word on My World

Admission: £4.00 (£3.00 concession) Age range: All are welcome

Image to left: Mohamed Elnahhas, image to right: Erica Melloni

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There are a number of different ways to get involved with the arts at NAE. Often inspired by the themes of our exhibitions, all of our sessions for young people and families combine creativity, learning and fun to encourage a greater understanding of the arts.

Alternate Wednesdays, 5pm – 7pm

Half Term Drama Workshops

Easter Dance Workshops

Family Friendly Workshops

Young Peoples Panel

This two day drama workshop is perfect for our younger performers. Play drama games using music, movement, and spoken word. Explore fun new ways to express yourself!

This Easter join Jay Pollitt in a two day dance workshop. Make friends, have fun and learn about dance techniques in a relaxed environment.

At NAE we offer a series of workshops for young people of all ages and their families. The artwork you create during these sessions will be presented at NAE in a final sharing event. Join us for one, a few or all of the workshops.

Sessions take place 10am – 2pm on the following dates: Monday 17 February & Tuesday 18 February Age range: 7–11 year olds Thursday 20 February & Friday 21 February Age range: 12–16 year olds

Sessions take place 10am – 2pm on the following dates: Thursday 10 and Friday 11 April Age range: 7–11 year olds Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 April Age range: 12–16 year olds Admission: FREE

Admission: FREE

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These artist led creative sessions take place 2pm – 4pm on the following dates: Saturday 15 February Camera + Click

Starting 14 January

The Young People’s Panel aims to provide young people from our local area with the experience and insight of working within the creative sector. The panel meets twice a month to develop their own creative projects which influence the Youth Programme at NAE and enable the participants to develop their skills as creative producers.

Tuesday 5pm – 7pm (fun drama session) Wednesday 5pm – 7pm (performance skills development session) Starting from 8 January

Yard Young People’s Theatre Come and join our YARD Programme! Learn drama and movement skills, take part in our seasonal performance! If you just want to have fun with drama, or want to take it to another level, we are here to guide you. Contact sooree@nae.org.uk for more details, or drop into out Tuesday session to give it a try!

Admission: FREE Age range: 15 – 25 years

Admission: FREE Age range: 11 – 18 years

If you are interested in joining the Young People’s Panel please contact Roshni (roshni@nae.org.uk/ 01159248630) for a chat.

For further details or if you would like to join YARD Theatre, just contact Sooree (sooree@nae.org.uk/ 01159248630) for a chat.

Saturday 8 March Street Moves, Street Grooves Saturday 15 March Life Through a Lens Saturday 29 March Book Remix Saturday 12 April Family Sharing Day Admission: FREE

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Image left: Mohamed Elnahhas, Image right: Glenis Williams

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Community at NAE

Kathak Dance


Learning at NAE

Community engagement and working in partnership is an important part of our work here at NAE. This season Glenis Williams is working with Tony Harris, manager of Majestic Boxing Academy, to host a series of film screenings featuring Muhammad Ali documentaries for members of Tony’s academy.

Every Saturday, 11 January – 12 April Beginners (6 years+), 10am – 11am Advanced, 11am – 12.30pm No class on 15 January

ExperiMentor is a creative and professional development initiative that supports artists and creatives, and provides a public platform for their experimentation. This season we continue to work with Ben Harriott, Shan Bhansil, Feng- Ru Lee and the artist collaboration Sidelong. For more information on their projects or the programme, please visit www.nae.org.uk or contact roshni@nae.org.uk.

Our learning programme offers a wide range of experiences to suit your school or college. Book an educational visit today to work with us for free. We offer gallery tours, curriculum linked activities, creative learning opportunities and self-led sessions. NAE has a newly developed learning resource pack that can be used on site or independently in the classroom.

If you belong to a community group or would like to get involved with NAE, please contact Glenis Williams: glenis@nae.org.uk to discuss possibilities of working together.

Who’s in the Kitchen Who’s in the Kitchen is NAE’s ever-changing portfolio of guest chefs from our local community who introduce delicious new dishes to our already tantalising café menu! This season Tony Harris, a local boxer and fitness trainer at Majestic Boxing Academy in Hyson Green, will be choosing a tasty but healthy dish to keep us in fighting shape! Visit our café for details, but expect to find some healthy and hearty options that are high in protein and low in salt.

Kathak is one of the eight classical dances from India that has a strong emphasis on rhythm, footwork, expression and grace. Join Vina Ladwa a trained Kathak dance artist, choreographer and tutor for this 15 week course. Admission: £75.00 (£60.00 concession) for the full 15 week course £6.00 (£4.00 concession) for each session paid separately

The Jack Vickers Award Call for Submissions The Jack Vickers Award is a bursary to support, nurture and recognise young writers (18–26) interested in visual arts. The deadline for the second award is 28 February, 5pm. For further information about eligibility and deadlines, see details on our website: www.nae.org.uk.

On Thursday 10 April, 6.30pm – 8pm, we invite you to join our current ExperiMentor artists for a presentation of their work. You can contribute to a critical feedback session which intends to support the development of their practice. The free event is followed by an optional networking meal, 8pm – 9pm, where a vegetarian buffet will be served for £5.

This season’s focus is Holocaust Memorial Day; a time to remember the millions of people killed in the Holocaust, Nazi Persecution and in subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur. These sessions explore the theme of ‘Journeys’ and we invite you and your group to join us on Tuesday 28 January to learn about the journey of one survivor, Hedy, and her memory book.


Please contact Glenis Williams: glenis@nae.org.uk to find out how to get involved with our learning programme

This season NAE continues to work with our talented European Voluntary Service (EVS) volunteers: Saria Digregorio, Mohamed Elnahhas, Nahla Sabei and Sara Abed.

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Additional Information

The easiest way to get to NAE from Nottingham city centre is by tram. NAE is located opposite The Forest tram stop. Trams depart every 7–8 mins from Nottingham Railway Station and Old Market Square, and it is approximately a 10 minute journey.

The building is fully accessible on all levels and baby changing facilities are available.


Inspire creative thinking during your next conference and away day, or give your next function an edge by hosting it in one of the nation’s leading contemporary arts spaces. Just minutes by tram from the city centre, our performance space – previously hosting Mercury Award nominated and MOBO winning artists – provides an inspiring environment, and our other spaces offer the perfect setting for more practical sessions.


There is on-street parking near NAE, and Forest Recreation Ground has a sizable car park. We have parking spaces available for people with disabilities at the rear of the building, just off Noel Street. This can also be used for temporary parking for group visits. For access to these spaces, simply call us on 0115 924 8630 to arrange prior to your visit.

For more information or to tour our facilities please contact the booking team on bookings@nae.org.uk or 0115 924 8630

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Event / Activity



Friday 31 January

The Aura of Boxing - Max Kandhola

6pm – 9pm

Launch Event / Exhibition

Thursday 6 February

Body as Canvas

10am – 12.30pm 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Access Programme

Friday 7 February

Community Capsule: The Launch

6pm – 8pm

Talks & Presentations

Sunday 9 February

Artist's Occupation: Dance Off!

1pm – 6pm


Saturday 15 February

Gallery Tour with Max Kandhola


Gallery Tour

Saturday 15 February

Camera + Click

2pm – 4pm


Saturday 15 February

The Manipulated Image

3pm – 5pm

Launch Event / Exhibition

Monday 17 February

Holiday Drama Workshop (7–11 year olds)

10am – 2pm

Young People

Tuesday 18 February

Holiday Drama Workshop (7–11 year olds)

10am – 2pm

Young People

Tuesday 18 February

Wonderland: Be VOCAL

6.30pm – 8pm

Talks & Presentations

Thursday 20 February Holiday Drama Workshop (12–16 year olds)

10am – 2pm

Young People

Friday 21 February

Holiday Drama Workshop (12–16 year olds)

10am – 2pm

Young People

Saturday 22 February

Gallery Tour with Notts. Photographers' Hub


Gallery Tour

Friday 28 February

12 Years a Slave

7pm – 9.15pm

Film Screening

Thursday 6 March

VOCAL: Women and their Stories

6.30pm – 8.30pm

Talks & Presentations

Saturday 8 March

Gallery Tour in Farsi & Arabic


Gallery Tour

Saturday 8 March

Street Moves, Street Grooves

2pm – 4pm


Thursday 13 March

Breakin’ the Power Dynamics

7pm – 8.30pm

Talks & Presentations

Friday 14 March

Live @ NAE featuring Blessing Magore

7.30pm – 9pm


Saturday 15 March

Life Through a Lens

2pm – 4pm


Thursday 20 March

Max Kandhola in Conversation with David Scott and Guest Boxer

6.30pm – 8.30pm

Talks & Presentations

Saturday 22 March

Gallery Tour, BSL


Gallery Tour

Wednesday 26 March

Muhammad Ali: The Greatest

7pm – 9pm

Film Screening

Saturday 29 March

Book Remix

2pm – 4pm


Sunday 30 March

Gallery Tour with Beata Polanski


Gallery Tour

Sunday 6 April

Artist's Occupation: What's the Word on the Street

1pm – 6pm


Thursday 10 April

Easter Dance Workshop (7–11 year olds)

2pm – 4pm

Young People

Thursday 10 April

ExperiMentor Sharing and Networking Event

6.30 – 9pm

Talks & Presentations

Friday 11 April

Easter Dance Workshop (7–11 year olds)

2pm – 4pm

Young People

Saturday 12 April

Family Sharing Day

2pm – 4pm


Monday 14 April

Easter Dance Workshop (12–16 year olds)

2pm – 4pm

Young People

Tuesday 15 April

Easter Dance Workshop (12–16 year olds)

2pm – 4pm

Young People

Saturday 19 April

Melting Pot: Hyson Green’s Food & Culture Festival

12pm – 5pm


Sunday 20 April

Melting Pot: Hyson Green’s Food & Culture Festival

12pm – 5pm


Sunday 20 April

Gallery Tour Gallery Tour with Speaker from Gurdwara Baba Budha Ji


Gallery Tour

Saturday 26 April

YARD: A Word on my World

6pm – 7.30pm


Tue to Wed from 8 January

YARD Young People's Theatre

5pm – 7pm

Regular Workshop

Wednesdays from 14 January

Young People's Panel

5pm – 7pm

Regular Workshop

Saturdays from 11 January – 12 April

Kathak Beginners (6 years+)

10am – 11am

Regular Workshop

Saturdays from 11 January – 12 April

Kathak Advanced

11am – 12.30pm

Regular Workshop

Regular Workshops

Profile for New Art Exchange

NAE Brochure: January – April 2014  

Featuring Max Kandhola’s exhibition, The Aura of Boxing.

NAE Brochure: January – April 2014  

Featuring Max Kandhola’s exhibition, The Aura of Boxing.