- Photography after Capitalism: Imagining better tomorrows, today
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, University of Sussex, Thursday 21 November
- Instagram takeover: Chris Rhodes
Our next Instagram takeover comes from Chris Rhodes, a fine art photographer from Macclesfield, England.
- #4 Staged – Barbara Probst
Barbara Probst, Exposures, 2000–present
Text by Shoair Mavlian
- WATCH: In Focus Photography Club
Photoworks and Project Artworks have commissioned a programme of action research and photography activities for neurodiverse adults and young people as part of the In Focus programme.
- #4 Staged Archive – Philip-Lorca diCorcia: A Storybook Life
For our Photography+ #4 Staged, we look back into our archives to the first issue of Photoworks Annual and Val Williams reviewing Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in 2003.
- #4 Staged – Hoda Afshar
As part of Photography+ #4 Staged, we spoke to Hoda Afshar about her practice and the ways she merges conceptual, staged and documentary photography. Showing here her series Remain, made in collaboration with refugees held in a remote offshore detention centre.
- #4 Staged – Camille Lévêque
For #4 Staged, we spoke to LIVE WILD, a fictional collective founded by artist Camille Lévêque consisting of seven imagined female artists. Here she explains her relationship to her work and her aliases.
- #4 Staged – Ilona Szwarc
Ilona Szwarc’s series Unsex Me Here focuses on staged transformations based on personal experiences, shared here as part of Photography+ #4 Staged.
Instagram takeover: Rhiannon Adam
Rhiannon Adam was born in Co. Cork, Ireland in the 80s. She studied Art and Design at Central Saint Martins before embracing Nabokov, banned books and nonsense poetry while studying English at the University of Cambridge. Adams is our next Instagram takeover on our account.