Looking In: An Evening of Conversation Exploring Identity and Contemporary Photography17. Sep - 17. Sep 13 / ended Ben Uri Gallery - The London Jewish Museum of Art
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Looking In: An Evening of Conversation Exploring Identity and Contemporary Photography
As part of the ‘Talking Art’ series, Ben Uri is proud to host a talk exploring the themes of the current exhibition ‘Looking In’. ‘Looking In: An Evening of Conversation Exploring Identity and Contemporary Photography’ will be held on Tuesday 17th September, 7.00 – 9.00pm. The discussion will be chaired by Deborah Cherry, Deputy Research Director of the Transnational Art, Identity and Nation Centre, London College of Communication and Katy Barron, Curator of Contemporary Research, Ben Uri. Contemporary photographers, including Marcia Michael, Jason Evans and Professor Dr Tom Hunter, Professor in Photography Research, London College of Communication, will discuss their practice in relation to the themes of the current exhibition of works by artists Maud Sulter and Chan-Hyo Bae. Entry is free but booking is required. RSVP@benuri.org.uk, or call 0207 604 3991.
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