Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
For Michael Collins, one of the wonders of photography is that a photograph can record and show far more than could be observed at the time and occasion of the exposure. This is what he regards as the "long look" of photography. Moreover, he subscribes to the understanding that, subtly or otherwise, it will reveal the nature of the engagement between the photographer and the subject. In his Reference Works lecture, Michael Collins will discuss these principles, and relate how they inform his work on the Library of Birmingham Photography Project.
Michael Collins is an artist who has had his work exhibited widely in Britain and the USA. He is the author of "Record Pictures: Photographs from the Archives of the Institution of Civil Engineers" (Steidl 2004). His exhibition "Birmingham Site Specific: Factories" was held in Hockley in 2006.
The event is part of a series of Photographers Talks linked to REFERENCE WORKS, the Library of Birmingham Photography Project.
Tuesday 4 December 2012
2.00 - 3.30pm
Birmingham City University, Visual Communication, Gosta Green, Birmingham
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