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Sally Waterman, Film still from ‘Wellow’ (2020)

Forthcoming exhibition, ‘Wellow’ by Sally Waterman at Quay Arts, Isle of Wight

Senior lecturer in Photography/Fashion Photography UCA Rochester, Sally Waterman’s experimental film, ‘Wellow’ (2020) will be installed as a looping projection in the Clayden Gallery at Quay Arts, Isle of Wight from 24th July-14th August 2021. The ‘Wellow’ project dwells upon place, ancestry, mortality and religion, triggered by the redevelopment of her late Grandfather’s Baptist chapel in …

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Ori Gersht, On Reflection, 2014. © the Artist

Recent exhibitions and interviews from Professor Ori Gersht

Professor Ori Gersht is exhibiting internationally throughout this year.

USA
Still/Live
Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, USA
14.03.2021 – 27.06.2021
(Work in exhibition Evertime)

Art Focus: The Provocation of Conditions
Yale University, British Art Centre
21.06.2021- 23.08.2021
(Work in exhibition The Forest)

The Expanded Landscape
Getty Centre, J. Paul Getty Museum, California, USA
29.06.2021 – 20.10.2021
(Work in exhibition White Noise)

UK
Unearthed Photograpy’s Roots
Dulwich Picture Gallery
21.05.2021- 30.08.2021
(Work in …

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Caroline Molloy

Programme Director Caroline Molloy in ‘Bridging the Distance’ exhibition

Programme Director Caroline Molloy has a selection of work in the PH Research network exhibition ‘Bridging the Distance’, curated by Gil Pasternak at Four Corners, London, June 23 – July 3. This sees her historical body of work ‘Untouched Copy’ (2009-2011) sit alongside of PhD research ‘Studioscapes’ in the Book of Backgrounds (2016-2020), for the …

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Professorial Fellow Sunil Gupta and Maria Kapajeva are the joint-winners of the Kraszna-Krausz Photobook Award

The 36th annual award Kraszna-Krausz Photobook Award has been joint-awarded to Sunil Gupta’s From Here to Eternity (published by Autograph in association with The Photographers’ Gallery and the Ryerson Image Centre) and Maria Kapajeva’s Dream is Wonderful, Yet Unclear (Milda Books). Both publications have been selected for their contemporary cultural relevance and originality, exploring social injustice, independence, and complex networks of cultural identity.

Gupta’s From Here to …

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