Richard Billingham presents at La Fabrica Galeria 24 new works
In his new series, the British artist returns to the topic of the family pictures, but portraying this time to his son Walter and his own home.
The exhibition also gathers other photos which reflects the interest of the artist in the British landscape, paying tribute to landscape painters such as Constable.
The exhibition will be inaugurated next September 8th at 20.00 pm and it will continue opened until October 23th
Richard… Read More
17th August – 4th September 2010
Following the opening of Jules Wright’s photography, film and video gallery,
The Wapping Project – Bankside, in October 2009, we are pleased to show a
small review collection of each of the gallery artist’s works, prior to our first
launch of a film collection by Elina Brotherus on 16 September 2010.
The show includes work by Elina Brotherus, Peter Marlow, Lillian Bassman, Deborah Turbeville, Annabel Elgar, Susan Meiselas… Read More
RCA Photography 2010
Dates: 09/07/2010 to 03/09/2010
An exhibition of work by Royal College of Art post Graduates. Hoopers Gallery 2010 Summer Show exhibits the work of six graduates selected from this year’s MA Degree Show at the Royal College of Art.
Those taking part will be Lauren Winsor, Agata Madejska, Noemie Goudal, Amit Nachumi, Joshua Bilton, and Stuart Bailes.
Photographic Studies MA University… Read More
Brighton Photo Fringe is a vibrant event that engages with photographers, lens-based artists and a diverse public audience. Every two years Brighton Photo Fringe coordinates a city-wide festival of exhibitions and events in conjunction with Brighton Photo Biennial. Look out for over 120 exhibitions and events that will run parallel to Brighton Photo Biennial: New Documents, curated by Martin Parr. Brighton Photo Fringe is open to anyone who wants to take part.
Le 9e congrès international sur l’étude des rapports entre texte et image, L’imaginaire / The Imaginary, se tiendra à l’Université du Québec à Montréal, du 22 au 26 août 2011.
We know the famous slogan coined in 1888 to launch the Kodak camera that gave rise to amateur photography: « You press the button, we do the rest ». That commitment of an easy photography was behind the huge commercial success of this camera. This slogan perfectly epitomized the… Read More
l’Institut national d’histoire de l’art in Paris will host one-day conference dedicated to the examination of the state of the photographic collections in France, recently digitalised with the assistance of the Getty Foundation. Presentations from all major public photographic collections: INHA, Orsay, Branly, BNF etc.
The aim of this seminar series is to create a forum for researchers, teachers, postgraduate students, photographers, photo-journalists, museum curators, and others working in any area of the humanities or social sciences, to explore the historical, memorialist, theoretical, cultural, social, political, technical and aesthetic use and practice of photography across national and disciplinary boundaries. It is expected that the seminars will lead to the organisation of conferences,… Read More
The Grange Prize was launched in 2008 with a mandate to recognize the best in Canadian and international contemporary photography. A unique partnership between the Art Gallery of Ontario and Aeroplan, The Grange Prize aims to engage the public in a vital discourse about the power and prevalence of photography in our world today through public exhibitions, voting, and online dialogue.
Each year, The Grange Prize works with an international partner country and institution to form… Read More
Call for papers ¦ CONFERENCE ¦ Saturday, 12 February 2011
University College London ¦ Mellon Programme
CARMEN AND HER OTHERS
Confirmed speakers include Ann Davies (Newcastle) and Jean Andrews (Nottingham).
The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to conduct an in-depth study of Carmen in her various manifestations. By exploring Carmen in text, opera, film, dance and theatre, the conference hopes to trace various incarnations of the work across time and space. By juxtaposing… Read More
Senior Lecturer in Photography
Coventry University – Coventry School of Art and Design
£34,611 – £49,344 pro rata per annum, Part-Time, (0.8 FTE)
Committed to research and teaching excellence and passionate about the arts, design and media, Coventry School of Art and Design is a vibrant community of scholars, researchers and practitioners with networks across the globe and a heritage of quality built up over 150 years. The School was recently successful in the RAE,… Read More