Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
BPH reported on two auctions which took place late last year.and included material relating to the early photographer and experimenter Alfred Swaine Taylor. A further, and final group of material is being offered…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 25, 2018 at 7:07 — No Comments
Day 1: Make Digital Negatives suitable for Alternative/Historical Processes.
Richard Wills – Tuesday August 21, 11:00 – 17:00.
Day 2: Make…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 23, 2018 at 19:55 — No Comments
This event accompanies the Radical Visions exhibition at Four Corners Gallery, and the launch of its new digital archive. It will consider Camerawork's engagement, role and influence with community-practice, feminism and representation, and ask how its broader legacy can be understood within the…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 21, 2018 at 7:27 — No Comments
Canada in the Frame explores a photographic collection held at the British Library that offers a unique view of late nineteenth century and early twentieth century Canada. The collection, which contains more than 4,500 images, taken between 1895 and 1923, covers a dynamic period in Canada’s national history and…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 21, 2018 at 7:17 — No Comments
The Photographers' Gallery is the UK’s leading centre for the presentation and exploration of photography in all its forms and a dedicated home for an international photographic community. Established in London in 1971, the Gallery has been instrumental in reflecting photography’s pivotal role in culture and society…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 21, 2018 at 6:59 — No Comments
A new exhibitions which examines pictorialism has opened at the museée Nicéphore Niépce and runs until 16 September 2018. Curated by Dr Julien Faure-Conorton Artists' Visions offers a new, broader, view of European pictorialist photography. The exhibition presents recent research and discoveries…Continue
The DGPh History of Photography Research Award 2018 will be open for all elements of research into photography's many aspects. Besides aspects of traditional history and theory of photography, topics will be considered that deal with photography's social meaning, or the impact that the medium has had on society. The…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 16, 2018 at 8:00 — No Comments
The National Portrait Gallery has acquired eleven portraits, including one self portrait, shown right) by Philippe Garner. Garner will be known to many as an auctioneer who started the first auctions of photography in the United Kingdom in 1971 at Sotheby's before he moved to Christie's, where he is remains a…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 16, 2018 at 7:51 — No Comments
You will provide the project management and logistical support necessary to develop and deliver our dynamic curatorial programme of exhibitions on and off site,…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 16, 2018 at 7:42 — No Comments
Exhibiting historic photography is no easy task. To start with, it’s a conservator’s nightmare: nineteenth-century prints are physically fragile and chemically unstable and any prolonged exposure to light causes irremediable damage. Add to this the fact that they are usually quite small black and white objects…Continue
Kent Museum of the Moving Image (MOMI) is a not-for-profit museum that explores the deep history of the moving image — from the days of candle-lit magic lantern performances and hand-painted slides, through Victorian visual experimentation, to the advent and heyday of the cinema.
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 12, 2018 at 18:30 — No Comments
We are looking for a specialist to set up and lead a new photographs department within a thriving and expanding Auction House. Our client is aiming to establish themselves in the middle market for the sale of photographs that span the history of the medium but which may initially focus on modern,…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 12, 2018 at 18:28 — No Comments
Group of Reportedly Altered Daguerreotypes with Dubious Signatures, etc. Appears on Market and Includes Daguerre, Le Gray, the Bisson Frerer and Th. Jacobi. This is an article from my E-Photo Newsletter on a group of reportedly fake signatures on actual 19th-century daguerreotypes. If you'd like to be included on our…Continue
Added by Alex Novak on June 11, 2018 at 20:30 — No Comments
Richard Ovenden's lecture will explore the life and work of one of the greatest innovators in the history of the photography. John Thomson was the first to photograph the ruins of Angkor Wat, the first Western photographer to travel extensively in the interior of China, and the first…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 9, 2018 at 20:00 — No Comments
The Icon Photographic Materials Group, Tru Vue and The National Archives are delighted to announce an evening lecture by Professor Debra Hess Norris, titled: I’ve Just Seen a Face: The Preservation of our Global Photographic Heritage.
Photograph and film…Continue
In the nineteenth century, Scotland was a pioneer of photography. A leading practitioner was George Washington Wilson, whose innovations in stereoscopic photography created some of the most captivating 3D images. Join photographic historians Dr Brian May and Professor Roger Taylor as they trace Wilson’s career, show…Continue
We are passionate about photography, a medium which has never been more influential on contemporary culture. We commission,…
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 9, 2018 at 16:00 — No Comments
It’s working as one team to deliver impressive projects. And it’s the satisfaction of presenting, and promoting, one of the world’s greatest and most diverse art collections. This is what makes working for Royal Collection Trust so different.
In terms of both quality and…Continue
Added by Michael Pritchard on June 9, 2018 at 15:58 — No Comments
This print was sold in New york, 1996, by the Lunn gallery, Ltd. As stated in their catalogue, 'Isabelle, May be the…Continue
Added by Maura McKee on June 6, 2018 at 10:00 — No Comments