Organised by the School of Fine Art and Photography, UCA and Photo London
This event is aimed at photographers seeking guidance and feedback on their portfolio and practice. The event will be limited to 60 participants and places will be offered on a strictly first come first served basis.
Each portfolio review will last fifteen minutes and you will be seen by an internationally renowned team: a practitioner and a curator or publisher.
The artists Anna Fox, Professor of Photography, Ori Gersht, Professor of Photography, Karen Knorr, Professor of Photography and Steffi Klenz, Reader in Photography, will be paired with Tim Clark, Editor in Chief of 1000 Words Photography Magazine, Federica Chiocchetti, Director at the Photocaptionist, Karen McQuaid, Senior Curator at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, and Mimi Mollica Founder Photo Meet.
Jawahar Kala Kendra
Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Free Entry
Friday, 23 February
17:05 – 18:00
Another Way of Telling: Cultural Migrations
Karen Knorr will be presenting the trajectory of her photographic work and its engagements with class, myth and story across continents and islands arriving to her more recent work in India and Japan.
Knorr was recently invited in by head priest Tagen Kobayashi to photograph the Obai- in Daitoku- ji temple complex.
JaipurPhoto international open-air photography festival
23 February – 4 March 2018.
National Open Art (NOA) is one of the UK’s leading art competitions, open to amateur and professional artists in the UK and Ireland.
As a grand finale, National Open Art will be taking the winners of the 21st National Open Art Competition to be hung in a two-week exhibition at the national critically acclaimed Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, where the competition was founded 20 years ago.
Photographers Karen Knorr and Olivier Richon will discuss their joint project photographing punks in London clubs in the 1970’s and early 1980’s. Karen will then present the full Belgravia series discussing her staged collaborations with family and friends. The books ‘Gentlemen‘, ‘Punks‘ and ‘Belgravia‘ will be available to purchase for signing. This is a free but ticketed event. Tickets will be available on the Burberry website.
Yuki Miyake of White Conduit Projects and I will be travelling to Japan this November 2017 to meet artisans and friends in Tokyo, Kyoto and Okayama.
Although I often use the news to announce exhibitions I think it is important to highlight that research drives all my projects. I am now developing new work and learning how to work in different ways with Japanese friends, artists and artisans.
In conjunction with White Conduit Projects, I have been awarded a Daiwa Foundation Grant and the Great Britain Sasakawa Grant in order to research Japanese traditional lacquer, screen and furniture craft creating new presentations of two Japanese bodies of work, Monogatari and Karyukai for a temple display in April / May 2018. Tagen Kobayashi, an artist monk has invited me to make new work for a solo exhibition at Oba-in Temple in Kyoto (one of the sub temples of Daitoku-ji). The surprise news is that the Nishieda Foundation has awarded us another grant to cover production of work by Japanese artist Shiho Kito and me to be displayed at their premises in Kyoto in Spring 2018.
Drawing Room of Pennethorne’s
The event will be aimed at photographers seeking feedback and guidance on their portfolios and practice. The event will be limited to 90 participants and places will be offered on first come first served basis. Each individual session will last 15 minutes and will be led by internationally acclaimed photographers including; Anna Fox, Ori Gersht, Karen Knorr, Steffi Klenz, Catherine Yoss and Jean Wainwright. At the end of the session, a selected number of outstanding portfolios will be presented to a panel of international curators.
Belgravia, describes the ‘everyday’ of a privileged minority, and whilst historically, portraiture of the upper classes has tended to be flattering, the combination of portraits and quotes from the subjects recorded during their sessions, brings Knorr’s work closer to satire.
Gentlemen, takes us inside the hallowed halls of the most venerable private gentlemen’s clubs of 1980s London, and considers the patriarchal values of the English upper classes with beautifully precise photographs and texts constructed out of speeches of parliament and the news at that time.
For the 6th year Galerie Lichtblick/Tina Schelhorn and KOLGA TBILISI PHOTO/ Beso Khaindrava cooperate in organizing the festival program with exhibitions of Georgian and International photographers and workshops with well known photographers from all over the world.