On Thursday 28th June, she will take part in a round table discussion about photo-book publishing as part of OjodePez Photo Meeting Barcelona. Also participating are photographers, Anoek Steketee, Naomi Harris and Margaret M. de Lange, whose two books Daughters and Surrounded By No One are published by Trolley Books.
Archive for June 2012
Through George Osodi’s photographic lenses, the plight of the ravaged oil-producing Niger Delta comes to life, says Okechukwu Uwaezuoke after interviewing the author of the “well-produced” ‘Delta Nigeria: The Rape of Paradise‘ for a feature in This Day Live.
Tom Hurndall’s courage and determined journey towards the truth has once again been praised. This week Neon Tommy reviews The Only House Left Standing, a compilation of Hurndall’s photos, diary entries and emails, documenting his journey from Baghdad to Amman, then to the Al Rweished refugee camp and finally to Rafah in Gaza where the young photojournalist was fatally wounded.
Highlights from Iphgenia Baal’s reading with Stuart Home and Katrina Palmer, an event co-organised by Clinic and Test Centre for the exhibition “Minstrel & Chronicle”, will be broadcast on Thursday 21st June, 7pm as part of Test Centre’s weekly slot on Resonance FM – Spoken live.
Nigerian photographer and author of Delta Nigeria – The Rape of Paradise, George Osodi at the launch of his exhibition ‘Oil boom, Delta burns: photographs by George Osodi’ at the International Slavery Museum.
This year’s OUTPOST Open Film features twelve artist members based in the UK and internationally, each of whom submitted one moving image work that would function in an end-to-end screening format. The programme brings together themes that emerged from the submission process: the use of text features prominently, from the hookup web space of Chatroulette to the dismembered voiceover, from lip-syncing the famous to the animated political slogan. The programme is in two parts, both of which are 40 minutes long.
God Forgotten Face | Anonymity is now available to view online. Consisting of two concurrent solo shows by Robin Maddock and Jarret Schecter, the exhibition finished on the 2nd June. If you didn’t get a chance to see it, or simply want to see it again, the link is available on our website or by clicking the picture below and then click on the logo to move from room to room.
Time LightBox has published an interview with Alixandra Fazzina, author of A Million Shillings – Escape from Somalia. The piece focuses on The Flowers of Afghanistan, her ongoing project following the lives of Afghan children seeking asylum and their hazardous overland journey to find find safety in Europe.