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July 2019  WORKSHOP  The Personal as Political  International Summer School of Photography , Latvia  12 – 20 July 2019  Delighted to announce the list of  selected participants  for the 2019 - "Photography and the World" - an impressive group of 73 photographers, artists and visual activists from over 30 countries.  Where is the border between the personal and the political? When does the personal stop being just personal and start reflecting structural flaws/forms of oppression in society?  In this workshop, we will explore the ways that we can effect change from documenting moments of our everyday life, relationships, and routines. How we can utilize personal pain, anger, and frustration in order to see our own situation as a reflection of wider political realities, reflect on it objectively and use our work to engage others.

July 2019

WORKSHOP

The Personal as Political

International Summer School of Photography , Latvia

12 – 20 July 2019

Delighted to announce the list of selected participants for the 2019 - "Photography and the World" - an impressive group of 73 photographers, artists and visual activists from over 30 countries.

Where is the border between the personal and the political? When does the personal stop being just personal and start reflecting structural flaws/forms of oppression in society?

In this workshop, we will explore the ways that we can effect change from documenting moments of our everyday life, relationships, and routines. How we can utilize personal pain, anger, and frustration in order to see our own situation as a reflection of wider political realities, reflect on it objectively and use our work to engage others.

July 2019  EXHIBITION   Home Sweet Home , 1970 — 2018 : THE BRITISH HOME, A POLITICAL HISTORY  Les Rencontres D’Arles de la Photographie  Maison des Peintres  1 July - 22 September  Including works from - Keith Arnatt, Juno Calypso, Edmund Clark, Anna Fox, Ken Grant, Tom Hunter, Peter Kennard, Karen Knorr, Martin Parr, Clare Strand, Gillian Wearing   Home Sweet Home  brings together thirty artists of all generations who allow us to share the intimacy and the everyday life of Britain from the 1970s to the present day. A look around the property that sheds light from different angles on the social, cultural and political realities, past and present, of British society.

July 2019

EXHIBITION

Home Sweet Home, 1970 — 2018 : THE BRITISH HOME, A POLITICAL HISTORY

Les Rencontres D’Arles de la Photographie

Maison des Peintres

1 July - 22 September

Including works from - Keith Arnatt, Juno Calypso, Edmund Clark, Anna Fox, Ken Grant, Tom Hunter, Peter Kennard, Karen Knorr, Martin Parr, Clare Strand, Gillian Wearing

Home Sweet Home brings together thirty artists of all generations who allow us to share the intimacy and the everyday life of Britain from the 1970s to the present day. A look around the property that sheds light from different angles on the social, cultural and political realities, past and present, of British society.

June 2019  WORKSHOP  Go for Gold. How to pitch yourself and your work.  Circulation(s) Festival Paris  15 - 16 June 2019  Getting your shit together. How to pitch yourself. How to edit a portfolio. How to talk to people. How to write to people. No messing. Straight talking photographic professional practice.  An intense weekend of professional practice. We will work together over the two days to create the best presentation for your existing work. You will finish with a coherent portfolio, project text and a set of creative career goals for the next two years.

June 2019

WORKSHOP

Go for Gold. How to pitch yourself and your work.

Circulation(s) Festival Paris

15 - 16 June 2019

Getting your shit together. How to pitch yourself. How to edit a portfolio. How to talk to people. How to write to people. No messing. Straight talking photographic professional practice.

An intense weekend of professional practice. We will work together over the two days to create the best presentation for your existing work. You will finish with a coherent portfolio, project text and a set of creative career goals for the next two years.

May 2019  EXHIBITION   The Seaside: Photographed   Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK  25 May - 8 September 2019  Including works from - Jane Bown, Henri Cartier Bresson, Vanley Burke, Anna Fox, Susan Hiller, Paul Nash, Martin Parr, and Ingrid Pollard  This major exhibition will examine the relationship between photographers, photography and the British seaside from the 1850s to the present. It is Turner Contemporary’s first ever photography exhibition. Curated by Val Williams and Karen Shepherdson. A touring exhibition organised by Turner Contemporary and will travel to John Hansard Gallery, Grundy Art Gallery, and Newlyn Art Gallery and the Exchange. With support from Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring Fund.

May 2019

EXHIBITION

The Seaside: Photographed

Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK

25 May - 8 September 2019

Including works from - Jane Bown, Henri Cartier Bresson, Vanley Burke, Anna Fox, Susan Hiller, Paul Nash, Martin Parr, and Ingrid Pollard

This major exhibition will examine the relationship between photographers, photography and the British seaside from the 1850s to the present. It is Turner Contemporary’s first ever photography exhibition. Curated by Val Williams and Karen Shepherdson. A touring exhibition organised by Turner Contemporary and will travel to John Hansard Gallery, Grundy Art Gallery, and Newlyn Art Gallery and the Exchange. With support from Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring Fund.

February 2019  EXHIBITION   Probabilité 0.33  - one in three chance of staying together  Musée Nicéphore Niépce, Chalon-sur-Saône, France  16 February - 19 May 2019  The exhibition is designed as a confrontation between - everyday photography (postcards, stereoscopic views, family photos, wedding portraits or tabloid photomontages, etc.) - and the work of contemporary photographers, with series by: Delphine Balley, François Burgun, Natasha Caruana, Olivier Culmann, Anouck Durand, Amélie Landry, Romain Mader, Virginie Marnat, Jenny Rova, Thomas Sauvin [Beijing Silvermine], and Manon Weiser.

February 2019

EXHIBITION

Probabilité 0.33 - one in three chance of staying together

Musée Nicéphore Niépce, Chalon-sur-Saône, France

16 February - 19 May 2019

The exhibition is designed as a confrontation between - everyday photography (postcards, stereoscopic views, family photos, wedding portraits or tabloid photomontages, etc.) - and the work of contemporary photographers, with series by: Delphine Balley, François Burgun, Natasha Caruana, Olivier Culmann, Anouck Durand, Amélie Landry, Romain Mader, Virginie Marnat, Jenny Rova, Thomas Sauvin [Beijing Silvermine], and Manon Weiser.

February 2019  EXHIBITION   21st Century Love Affections   Imitate Modern, Mayfair, London  11 February - 19 February  Whether you are feeling the love this Valentine’s Day, or not…Imitate Modern and Natasha Caruana are teaming up to bring you an exclusive event this February. With only 17 seats available, we are delighted to hold an intimate set of talks touching on some of the most profound and technological aspects of love. Welcomed with drinks on arrival and a display of hand-picked art works from Natasha’s collections of photography – it might just put your chocolate and flowers to shame. Delve deep and find out more.

February 2019

EXHIBITION

21st Century Love Affections

Imitate Modern, Mayfair, London

11 February - 19 February

Whether you are feeling the love this Valentine’s Day, or not…Imitate Modern and Natasha Caruana are teaming up to bring you an exclusive event this February. With only 17 seats available, we are delighted to hold an intimate set of talks touching on some of the most profound and technological aspects of love. Welcomed with drinks on arrival and a display of hand-picked art works from Natasha’s collections of photography – it might just put your chocolate and flowers to shame. Delve deep and find out more.

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