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FIX Artist's Walk/Talk/Panel Discussion
Fri 19 May 2017, 18:30 – 20:30 BST
Join us for a personal tour with FIX artists Carlotta Cardana, Mike Crawford, Celine Marchbank, Chris Steele-Perkins and Kevin Vucic-Shepherd speaking about their work before a panel discussion and Q&A on the 4th floor of the Bargehouse. Please arrive with your ticket on the ground floor – the Sambrooks Brewery pop-up bar will be open if you wish to buy refreshments beforehand. Please arrive with time to spare.
Italian portrait and documentary photographer is Carlotta Cardana based in London. Her “red Road Project’ exhibited at FIX tell a story of what it means to be a Native American today and how the culture has survived some of the most horrific events in American history.
Mike Crawford work ‘Nocturne’ explores the hidden corners of cities and as the title acknowledges the visual influence of 19th Century artist James Whistler and his nocturnal portrayal of the River Thames, aptly shown at FIX situated near to the site of many of his images. Crawford’s photographs have all been shot hand held, using high-speed 35mm film, lith printed in the darkroom prior to scanning and using digital printing. A combination of old and new photographic technologies.
Celine Marchbank’s series ‘Tulip’ which precedes the passing of her mother and ’A Stranger in My Mother’s Kitchen’ after her mother’s death, are depictions of a very personal and honest examination about grief. learning about life without a mother. A signing of her book ‘Tulip’ will be available to purchase after the talk.
Magnum photographer Chris Steele-Perkins latest project ‘New Londoners’ aptly premiers at this years FIX Photo Festival in the heart of the capitol. Documenting the vast diversity of nationalities that reside in London Steele-Perkins portraits of families reveal how global the London community really is.
Meet the artist Kevin Vucic-Shepherd whose image is now synonymous with FIX Photo Festival. His work investigates the relationship between photography, perspective and the world. By removing perspective from an image. He renders it both truly objective and contextual. The work is printed at the architects’ scale of 1:100. enabling comparisons and relationships within one image and also between images.
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