viernes, 17 de junio de 2011

Anders Petersen has now arrived in London for the second part of his residency in London's Soho. Don't miss this chance to hear the acclaimed photographer talk about his work at Bloomberg SPACE.

Artist duo FrenchMottershead's project Over the Threshold is now installed on our hoardings on Ramillies Street. Pop down to see this fantastic series made with local residents, and take a look at just how much our building has grown!

Do you know any visual artists working with photography who graduated last year? Then make sure to pass on the unique opportunity to showcase their work through FreshFacedandWildEyed 2011.

Read on for this and more...

The Photographers Gallery

Untitled, 2011 © Anders Petersen
Free Artist Talk

Anders Petersen speaks about his residency in Soho
Tuesday 21 June 19.00, at Bloomberg SPACE

As part of our 2011 Offsite Programme, influential photographer Anders Petersen is currently working in London's Soho for several weeks, to create a very personal portrait of one of the city’s most vibrant areas.

Immersing himself in local life, Petersen is using local bars, cafes, homes and hotels as a backdrop for his photographic practice. At this half-way point in the project, Petersen is speaking to Stefanie Braun, Senior Curator at The Photographers' Gallery, about his working processes, previous projects and his experience of photographing in London.

This event is free. Book tickets here

16 - 18 Ramillies Street, June 2011. Photograph by Kate Elliott

Photographs by artists in residence FrenchMottershead are now installed outside our rapidly changing building on Ramillies Street.

Visit Flickr to see more images of the Over the Threshold photographs at 16 - 18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW.

Visit our website to find out more about their project working with residents of Soho.

* Exhibition Deadline

Applications for our annual competition for recent graduates must be received by Friday 24 June at 18.00

FreshFacedandWildEyed 2011 celebrates the breadth and dynamism of photographic work produced by recent graduates from across the UK.

Following an online application process, the selected finalists will be exhibited on our website from 6 July 2011.

This year's judges are Edmund Clark, photographer; Tim Clark, Editor-in-chief, 1000 Words Photography Magazine; Louise Clements, Artistic Director, Quad and Format International Photography Festival; and Brett Rogers, Director, The Photographers' Gallery.

Find out more and apply here

* Event

The Social: Self-Publishing

Monday 27 June 18.30 - 21.00

Barrio Central, Poland Street, London, W1F 8PS

Self publishing your own photo book has become a popular way of keeping creative control of how your work is seen. This evening we will ask how to get the best out of self-publishing websites, when it is better to go it alone, and when it is worth holding out for a publishing deal...

The Social is a monthly bar-night organised with The British Journal of Photography.

Free, no booking

The Mitchell Wedding.
Still Collecting Photos

Old New Borrowed Blue is an online gallery of wedding photographs and their stories from around the world and through the decades

We are still collecting photographs for our online public gallery. What photo will you choose, and what story will you tell?

Share your family photos here

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