Published:6 May 2022 The first book in the Tate Photography Series presents a new series of images called Time Don't Run Here made by photographer Liz Johnson Artur during the Black Lives Matter protests throughout summer 2020 in London, UK. Liz Johnson Artur is a Ghanaian-Russian photographer and photojournalist based in London. Her work documents the lives of Black people from across the African Diaspora, more recently focusing on the richness and complexity of Black British life. Her work can be found in galleries and exhibitions around the world and also in fashion and music magazine editorials. Liz Johnson Artur's work captures and celebrates the everyday, subtly complex and varied nuances of each of the lives that she encounters. The Tate Photography Series is a celebration of international photography in the Tate collection and an introduction to some of the greatest photographers at work today. With the direct involvement of living photographers in collaboration with photography curators, these books showcase the best and most notable images taken across the globe, from city streets to seashores, moving across landscapes and through subcultures, in a visual travelogue of our world. Each book contains a new conversation between curator and photographer and is prefaced with a short introduction. The theme for the first four titles is Community and Solidarity.