Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
The second edition of the St Andrews Photography Festival opens on 1 September. The full programme is available here.
Of particular note to photo-historians are:
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The National Portrait Gallery is to stage an exhibition of photographs by four of the most celebrated figures in art photography, including previously unseen works and a notorious photomontage, it was announced today, Tuesday 22 August 2017.
Drawn by Light is the title of a two-part podcast, totalling nearly two hours, looking at the move of the RPS Collection from Bradford to the V&A Museum, London. It looks at the reasons behind the move and the processes which underpinned it through interviews with some of those involved and others with an…Continue
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Fotografiska - London Museum of Photography will occupy the lower ground floors and a new office pavilion at The White…Continue
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The V&A has a number of courses and workshops taking place during August, September and October which include practical photographic process workshops and a history of photography evening course. Details are below.
Salt Print Photography
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Photo Oxford 2017 is presenting an afternoon of stimulating discussions with artists, curators and academics that draw on the themes and theories explored in Photo Oxford 2017, a series of explorations into the complex and often contradictory relationship between photography’s capacity to both conceal and…Continue
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See more here: http://wwwinter.co.uk/historyandheritage.html Booking is essential at: …Continue
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An opportunity for two library cataloguers has arisen to catalogue a unique photobook collection of 13,000 items. The collection has been meticulously assembled over decades and requires cataloguing to become part of Tate Library’s Special collections. It is both national and international in its…Continue
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A new website which showcases the Terence Pepper Collection which contains over 2,000 photographs including many by leading photographers and historic news picture libraries is now available. It launches officially on 1 October 2017.
Terence Pepper was for many years curator at the National…Continue
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