jueves, 19 de mayo de 2011

The second showing of Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2011 has just opened at C/O Berlin.

If you're in Berlin over the next few weeks, you can see the work of the winner Jim Goldberg, alongside Thomas Demand, Roe Ethridge and Elad Lassry.

The Photographers Gallery

FrenchMottershead, Our challenge is to keep things growing, 2011 One of eleven images from Over the Threshold, a project made with residents of Soho, London © the artists, photo: FrenchMottershead & Adrian Wood
Exhibition in Soho

Soho Projects: FrenchMottershead
Over the Threshold
19 - 22 May 2011
1 Berwick Street, London W1F 0DR

Over the Threshold is the culmination of artist duo FrenchMottershead's six month residency in London's Soho. It provides a unique insight into the everyday lives and domestic spaces of those who call Soho home.

Free Artists' Talk
Sat 22 May 15.00

The artist duo talk about their residency, and the resulting exhibition and publication Over the Threshold.

Gallery Publication
Soho Projects: FrenchMottershead
Over the Threshold

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* The Social

Promoting Your Work: Online vs Print
Mon 23 May 18.30 - 21.00
Barrio Central, Poland Street, London, W1F 8PS

Join John Wyatt-Clarke and Aaron Schuman for a discussion about how to get the most out of each when promoting your work, and some tips on getting your work seen in the best possible light.

The Social is a regular event for photography professionals and enthusiasts, a chance to meet, have a drink and talk about current aspects of photography.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Free, no booking
Location: Barrio Central, Poland Street, London W1F 8PS

Portrait from the studio of Wulf Jasvoin, St Petersburg; courtesy of Dmitri Shneerson, Director, St. Petersburg Museum of Photography.
New Talk

Writing Photography 8:
Situating Jews in the History of Photography
Tue 7 June 19.00

7 - 9 William Road, London NW1 3ER

This talk explores the complex subject of the Jewish engagement with photography and the writing of photographic history.

Tickets: £5.00/ £3.50 concs. Book here

Photograph: Martin Parr
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A Brief History of British Photography
Led by Clare French
Mondays 18.30 - 20.00, 27 June - 25 July 2011

This course offers an overview of the history of British photography, covering its development from early non-camera based images through to digital photography and internet based practices of today.

Open to all levels.

Location: City Lit, Kean Street, WC2B 4AY

Booking: http://www.citylit.ac.uk/courses/

* New in Print Sales

A collection of music photography from the 1960s onwards, featuring iconic musicians such as Bob Dylan and The Beatles

Prints starting at just £300, by photographers including Robert Whitaker, Neal Preston, Elaine Mayes, Joel Brodsky and Henry Diltz.

If you would like to find out more about this special collection, or make an appointment to view the prints, call Print Sales on +44 (0)20 7087 9320, or email printsales@photonet.org.uk

Anna-Marya Tompa, 'Erika & Josef', 1952
Share your wedding photo with the world

'My parents' first home was a caravan in Trenches Farm, Langley; they lived together before tying the knot. They were married in Slough Registry Office in November 1952 while a chicken roasted in the oven in the caravan...'

We are collecting wedding photographs and stories from across the world and through the decades.

Upload your photo here

PX 680 Colour Shade Film Photograph: Kate Elliott
From our Bookshop a brand new Impossible 600 colour film

At last the long awaited PX 680 Colour Shade film for the Polaroid 600 series has been released from the Impossible Project.

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Zanele Muholi, Martin Machapa, 2006 © Zanele Muholi. Courtesy of Michael Stevenson, Cape Town
From the V&A...

Figures & Fictions: Contemporary South African Photography
V&A until 17 July 2011

This exhibition presents the vibrant and sophisticated photographic culture that has emerged in post-apartheid South Africa. It features works by some of the most exciting and inventive photographers living and working in South Africa today, responding to issues of identity across race, gender, class and politics.

Find out more and book tickets: www.vam.ac.uk/figuresandfictions

* From PhotoVoice...

PhotoVoice Training Workshops
Designing & Running Participatory Photography 3 Day Training Workshops
25 - 27 May & 20 - 22 July 2011

The 3-day course provides a comprehensive introduction to understanding, designing, managing and facilitating a participatory photography project.

The course covers key aspects of participatory photography including practicalities, methodologies, ethics, participatory tools, facilitation and participatory frameworks.

Please follow the link to our website, for more information and to book!


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