Overseas Journal | Iraq: Challenging the narrativeROSL PHOTO 23 | The WinnersMaldives | Shifting Tides 2023

The Maldives, an Indian Ocean archipelago comprising 1192 low-lying islands of 26 natural coral atolls nestled in the heart of the Indian Ocean, represents a striking example of the intricate interplay between nature, culture, and the imminent perils of climate change.

Illustrated Guide to London 2023

Illustrated Guide to London brings together the brightest talents in contemporary illustration, art and design depicting what makes London such a popular and unique destination told through the story of its people, landmarks, destinations and topography.

The Return of the Spoon-Billed Sandpiper 2023

This exhibition is the culmination of a year-long collaboration between Pop Up Projects (UK children’s literature development agency), Nhã Nam (Vietnam publisher) and Simon & Schuster (UK children’s publisher).

RBA Rising Stars 2023

RBA RISING STARS, produced in partnership with the Royal Society of British Artists, showcases the extraordinary talent of 40 artists shortlisted for RBA Rome Scholarship 2023.

International Exhibition 2023

International is a survey show of twelve ROSL supported artists from the past decade; Isabella Agbaje, Joey Chin, Viil Coward, Madhu Das, Nisha Duggal, Muhammad Amdad Hossain, Tirtha Lawati, Shake Makelele, Cole Ndelu, Samuel Nnorom, Shubhodeep Roy and Dimple B. Shah, raising awareness of the important work that the Royal Over-Seas League has done in establishing many artists far and wide.

Les Animaux Modèles 2022

Les Animaux modèles introduces the work of Matilda Barretta, Laura Bygrave, bill daggs, Yun Kim, Miro King and Kalman Pool, six contemporary artists invited to produce stage pieces for the forthcoming concert of Poulenc’s ballet score. The exhibition also contains two contextual works by influential modern artist Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985).

From the archives: ROSL Photographic Competition

As we announce the winners of ROSL PHOTO 23 competition, we resurface a piece from archivist Natalia Sedunova who looks back at the history of members getting behind the camera.

Overseas | Inside the Institute of Commonwealth Studies

Director Professor Kingsley Abbott is a criminal and human rights lawyer with more than 20 years’ experience in international non-governmental organisations and the United Nations.