Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
A series of presentations and a discussion reflecting on Terence Donovan’s work in magazines. Throughout his career, Terence Donovan worked for a variety of fashion magazines, including Town (where his collaborator was the groundbreaking art director Tom Wolsey), Elle and Marie-Claire in Paris, Harper’s Bazaar in Milan, as well as London-based magazines such as Vogue, Brides,Tatler and Nova.
This panel will set the scene for fashion photography from the early 1960s, and will look at Donovan’s work with and for magazines throughout his professional life. With Anne Braybon, Alistair O’Neill and Sandy Boler.
Anne Braybon is a curator, creative director, photo historian and lecturer. As an award winning editorial art director, she worked in Amsterdam, Paris and London before joining the National Portrait Gallery in 2005.
Alistair O’Neill is Reader in Fashion History and Theory at Central Saint Martins. He is the author of London - After a Fashion (Reaktion Books, 2007) and writes widely on contemporary fashion.
Sandy Boler joined Condé Nast in 1962 as a junior fashion editor on Vogue. After a spell at the Sunday Times she became features editor on Brides and subsequently Editor (1993-2002). She worked with Terence Donovan at both Vogue and Brides.
Panel discussion: ‘Donovan in Magazines’, 21 September,
The Photographers’ Gallery
Wednesday 21 September, 6.30pm
£10 / £7 Members & Concessions (includes entry to the exhibition)
Booking essential. More info on The Photograper's Gallery Website
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