ARTIST TALKS – BRIGHTON PHOTO BIENNIAL
In the run up to the Brighton Photo Biennial, Photoworks and the University of Brighton will be holding three discussions “by artists, writers and curators working with contemporary photography. The current series focuses on the nature and use of objects within the representational space of the photographic image”.
If you are in, or near Brighton, I highly recommend getting to Ori Gersht‘s talk which kicks off the series. He’s been featured in HotShoe magazine with Liquidation and The Clearing and a review of his current show Places That Were Not (currently showing at the Mummery + Schnelle gallery in London) is featured in the next issue of the magazine, due out first week in February. His film Evaders was previewed in an earlier post. Gersht will be in conversation with David Chandler (writer, curator and Director of Photoworks) tonight 27 January.
This will be followed by Richard Wentworth on 10 February and David Spero on 10 March.
The talks start at 6pm and are open to all. Book online. £5 per talk, £2.50 concessions. All three talks for £12/£6 concession.
LONDON PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION
An 80-page book showcasing the top sixteen winning photographers work designed by the LPA and printed by Blurb. 20 books which will be given to the winning photographers, additional copies will be available from the Blurb book shop catalogue.
A private view and continuing exhibition of the sixteen winners work will be held at the assembly rooms on the 31 March 2010.
Gold, Silver and Bronze winners receive a years free membership to the LPA. All Gold, Silver and Bronze winners will be interviewed by the LPA and published on the website. All winners and finalists image(s) will be published in the ‘Winners and Finalists Galleries’ along with fully editable profile page.
LPA members single image entry: £8.00. Series of up to six related images: £12.00
Non members single image entry: £12.00. Series of up to six related images: £16.00
Student – single entry: £5.00 Series of up to six related images: £10.00
Monday 1 February.
Online entry. You don’t need to be a LPA member to enter, but you need to register on the website. Images must be JPEG files of no more than 85k with a maximum dimension of 475 pixels at 72dpi. Images saved to colour must be RGB files and not CYMK files.Single entry or series of up to 6 Images. A series must have narrative or theme. You may supply a caption of up to 100 words to support your entry.
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