18.30 – 20.00 GMT
Wednesday 28th April – 2th June
This six-week online evening course will provide you with an introduction to the history of photography, focusing on the idea of ‘truth’.
Developed by Catlin Langford – Curatorial Fellow in Photography at the V&A, in association with Barbican, the course will focus on early manipulation techniques, staged scenes and faked imagery, from fairies to phantoms. Learn through illustrated lectures featuring works by a range of artists, including Roger Fenton, Dorothy Wilding, Carrie Mae Weems, Henry Peach Robinson, Brook Andrew, Jo Spence, Iñaki Bonillas, Hans Eijkelboom, Dorothea Lange, among many others
Wednesday 12th May
Online (Zoom), Pay What You Can
Join artist Kensuke Koike in this new talk to mark his new exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery
Using found objects like vintage postcards, Kensuke Koike works with archival images to create new narratives. Hear the Venice-based artist give insight into his sculptural works and his playful approach to image-making in this online discussion with art historian and curator Lena Fritsch.