Respect members have been given special access to the Barbican’s online community view of the exhibit ‘Masculinities: Liberation through Photography’. 

Just like a visit to a Barbican gallery, there is a lot to look at. Explore at your own pace – you can click on the links above to jump to a section that takes your fancy, whether you're in the mood for some photography, writing or maybe even some dancing. 

Visit the exhibit here and take a virtual tour and participate in creative activities on the topic of masculinity.

The page will be kept online for at least two months, so you can always come back to it later. 

We kindly ask that you do not share the link with others or on social media, at the request of the Barbican.

However, do share your creative responses to the exhibit with the Barbican community. Send your responses to the activities or any photos of you doing the activity to [email protected] or post them on social media @BarbicanCentre #Masculinities. 

At the end of the exhibit, an online scrapbook of everyone 'together' at the Community View will be created.

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