All posts tagged: talks

Johanna Neurath of Thames & Hudson (in yellow), and photographer George Georgiou (in black) giving reviews at Offspring Photo Meet earlier this year. Image (c) Mimi Mollica.

Ask the experts: Offspring Photo Meet returns to east London in late October

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More than 40 of the country’s leading photography experts are being assembled over two days late next month in east London to give tailor-made feedback and advice to professional and aspiring image-makers looking to take their careers to the next level and find new markets for their work. Among them are curators, picture editors, ad agency creatives and publishers, from companies and institutions such as Tate Modern, The Guardian, Bartle Bogle Hegarty and Thames & Hudson, tasked with giving attendees an honest assessment of their work through one-to-one portfolio reviews. Participants will also learn about the dynamics of the contemporary photography market, coming  away with ideas about how to get their work in front of key decision makers, and what impresses them, gaining insights from professionals working at places such as Magnum Photos, The Photographers’ Gallery and FT Weekend Magazine. Returning to The Proud Archivist in Haggerston on the last Friday and Saturday of October, Offspring Photo Meet includes two days of portfolio reviews along with talks by multi-award-winning photographers Zed Nelson and Hélène Binet, both …

2015-10-23T16:02:20+00:00

Photography – what’s on

Opening on Saturday 18 October in Birmingham is photographer Jon Tonks’s first solo UK exhibition, Empire [pictured]. Tonks journeyed across the South Atlantic for several weeks, exploring life on four remote islands – the British Overseas Territories of Ascension Island, Tristan da Cunha, the Falkland Islands and St Helena. The series was awarded The Royal Photographic Society’s Vic Odden Award this year, and a book of the work was published by Dewi Lewis in June 2014. Empire, the exhibition, co-produced by the Library of Birmingham, Midlands Art Centre (Mac), Ffotogallery in Cardiff, and Impressions Gallery in Bradford, will be on show at Mac in Birmingham until 04 January 2015. Tonks will be giving a talk on 04 November. For more details, click here. [bjp_ad_slot] The second edition of multimedia and photography festival Night Contact takes place on Saturday 18 October. Running as part of Brighton Photo Biennial 2014, Night Contact will showcase a range of photography and mixed-media projections in indoor and outdoor spaces across central Brighton. Artists include: Jason Fulford, Melanie Manchot, Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs, Joanna Piotrowska, Rick Morris Pushinsky, …

2014-10-17T12:50:02+00:00

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The fourth edition of Guernsey Photography Festival kicks off this weekend with a packed programme of talks, tours, workshops, portfolio reviews, film screenings and exhibitions that continue across the next month. Taking ‘Faith, Family, and Community’ as its theme, the festival features a range of talks scheduled for today and tomorrow (Friday 19 and Saturday 20 September). [bjp_ad_slot] On the Friday, photography archivist Gareth Syvret will be discussing the role of the archive in contemporary photography, while Michelle Sank, David Moore, Greg Hobson and Jason Wilde will discuss recent personal projects. Other speakers taking part in talks across the opening weekend include: Arno Brignon, Michele Palazzi, Dana de Luca, among others. BJP’s senior reporter Gemma Padley will be in Guernsey for the opening weekend, and will be taking part in a talk with photographers Massimiliano Gatti, Alfonso Amendros, Inaki Domingo, and Andrei Nacu on Saturday 20 September. Now a bi-annual festival, the 2014 edition features exhibitions by photographers including: Broomberg and Chanarin, Abbas, Jason Larkin, Michelle Sank, Elinor Carucci, Nick Ballon, Mateusz Sarello, and David Moore among many others. For a full programme visit the Guernsey …

2014-10-12T11:35:03+00:00

Miniclick talk celebrates photography

Let’s set the record straight – when it comes to photography, it’s not all doom and gloom. Photography isn’t dying, it’s not going away, and there is room within the industry for photographers who have vision, talent and the drive to succeed. The internet – blogs, websites, social media – provides an unprecedented platform in which to share work. In addition, self-publishing is booming, and there are more opportunities than ever to showcase work through independent festivals, pop-up events and exhibitions – there’s never been a more exciting time to be in photography. To celebrate this, and to discuss some of the reasons why there is lots to feel positive about, Brighton-based organisation Miniclick is hosting a series of talks for students who are graduating from the BA in documentary photography course at Newport, the University of South Wales, as well as a panel discussion with industry professionals. Photojournalist Anastasia Taylor-Lind; photographer and Newport BA documentary photography course leader Paul Reas; director at The Silverprint Gallery Fraser Miles; and BJP’s senior writer Gemma Padley will participate in panel discussions, offering their expertise on issues surrounding the industry and helping to …

2014-06-19T17:45:32+00:00

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