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Pippa Oldfield is a photography curator and writer with research interests in women’s histories and experiences, vernacular photography, war and conflict, and Latin America.

As Head of Programme at Impressions Gallery, one of the UK’s oldest and most respected public funded centres for contemporary photography, she has curated numerous photographic exhibitions.

A regular contributor of articles to journals and publications, she has also given lectures, led workshops, and participated in public discussions at academic institutions and arts organisations both in the UK and internationally.

As a Doctoral Fellow at Durham University Pippa is currently undertaking PhD research into women’s engagement with war photography in the American continent.

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Registration and programme announced: The Business of War Photography conference

This two day international conference examines war photography as the result of pragmatic and strategic transactions and interactions concerning business, militarism and consumption. International speakers, including scholars, curators, picture editors and artists, will address the ways in which issues of supply and demand have shaped the field of war photography, and how this field has articulated with other forms of industrialised and commercial activity.

Speakers include Colin…


Posted on June 30, 2014 at 19:30

Call for Papers: The Business of War Photography

Proposals are invited for the forthcoming conference The Business of War Photography: Producing and Consuming Images of Conflict, presented in association with the Centre for Arts and Visual Culture at Durham University, in partnership with DLI Museum and Durham Art Gallery and Impressions Gallery. The…

Posted on January 27, 2014 at 11:00

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