L A Noble Gallery
Friday 30th November: 14.00 – 17.30 Talk & Panel Discussion | 18.00 – 21.00 Evening Networking Event
Admission: Symposium only £15/£10 concession | Symposium & Networking Evening £25/£20 concession
Women FIX Photography will be discussing the role of women in a male-dominated industry in this the same year as the 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage. The symposium will begin with a talk by Chloe Rosser, whose recent solo exhibition ‘Form & Function’ gained her great critical acclaim. Her work pushes the boundaries of the nude and its presentation in the history of art, made more apparent in this current #metoo era.
The Photographers’ Gallery
Saturday 24 November: 10:30 – 17:00
Admission: £15/£10 members & concessions
In dialogue with All I Know Is What’s On The Internet, this one-day symposium examines contemporary photography’s relationships to neoliberalism. Questions addressed include how do we make sense of photography’s relationship to corporate power? Do participatory photographic cultures serve the interests of global capital or provide potential sites for resistance? In what ways can we think about photography as work? And does computational culture extend, disrupt or intensify photography’s historical relationships to post-Fordist capitalism?
The Photographers’ Gallery
Wednesday 28 November: 18.30
Admission: free, booking essential
In her just-published book Beyond the Shadows (Aperture), New York-based photographer Judy Glickman Lauder responds to the Holocaust in photographs, depicting the death camps in expressive, personal pictures, often created using infrared film. Into this context, she sets the story of Danish Rescue, portraits and stories revealing how the civilian population of occupied Denmark succeeded in saving the lives of almost the country’s entire Jewish population, upon the Nazi order for their deportation, 75 years ago.
Introduced by Brett Rogers, Director of The Photographers’ Gallery, Glickman Lauder will present a short talk about the work, followed by a conversation with Chris Boot, about the Holocaust, the Danish Rescue, Glickman Lauder’s personal journey, and their relevance to the world today.
Tate Modern | Starr Cinema
Tuesday 4 December: 18.30 – 20.00
Admission: £9, £6 Concessions
American artist Zoe Leonard is renowned for photographs and sculptures that explore how images are created, displayed and viewed. Based in New York, she has frequently captured the city’s changing urban landscape, as well as engaging with political activism and shifting notions of identity. The talk will be followed by a private view of Leonard’s Sun Photographs series, currently on display at Tate Modern.