May 15, 2007 - Photo-london - Programme of talks
May 15, 2007

Programme of talks

Lisa Kereszi, Gael dressing, State Palace Theater, New Orleans, LA, 2000 Courtesy of Yancey Richardson Gallery, NYC

photo-london 2007
Londons international contemporary photography fair

May 31 to June 3, 2007

at Old Billingsgate, London, UK
Opening night (by invitation only):
Wednesday, May 30th, 2007 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m
www.photo-london.com

photo-london 2007 : Programme of talks

In less than 3 weeks, Photo-london will open its doors from 31 May to 3 June 2007 at Old Billingsgate. The 2007 edition brings together a potent and refreshing mix of 56 exhibitors from 10 countries. Present at the fair will be the work of some 400 international photographers and artists, providing an unprecedented panoramic view of contemporary photography and its development since 1970. Among the special events, there will be a programme of talks bringing together leading international experts to explore the questions of how to build a collection, the evolution of contemporary photography and the influence of photojournalism, the importance and future of the photo-book and the growing interest in non Western photography.

The programme of talks is free of charge with access on a first-come-first-served basis for photo-london visitors and will take place at Old Billingsgate, 1st Floor, from 31 May 3 June, 2007.
Thursday May 31st

4:00 – 6:00 pm : How to collect contemporary photography
Discussion moderated by Anna Somers-Cocks, Founding Editor of The Art Newspaper, with :
Francis Hodgson, Head of the Photographs Department, Sothebys London
Jeffrey Boloten, Partner, ArtTactic
Greg Hobson, Curator of Photographs, National Media Museum Bradford
William Hunt, Leading Private Collector
Friday June 1st

2:00 – 4:00 pm: The evolution of contemporary photography since 1970
Discussion moderated by Vicente Todoli, Director, Tate Modern, with:
Charlotte Cotton, Head of Cultural Programmes at Art Commerce in New York and author of several books, notably The Photograph as Contemporary Art.
Paul Graham, British Photographer
Mark Haworth-Booth, Former Curator of Photography V & A
Marta Gili, Director Jeu de Paume, Paris
4:00 – 6:00 pm : The influence of photojournalism
Discussion moderated by Sophie Wright, Head of Exhibitions and Print Room, Magnum with:
Tanya Barson, Exhibitions and Collections Curator, Tate Liverpool
David Campany, Lecturer, University of Westminster
David Hurn, Leading British reportage photographer
Timothy Prus, Director of the Archive of Modern Conflict
This talk is organised in cooperation with the British Journal of Photography
Saturday June 2nd

4:00 – 6:00 pm : Photography Books and the Future of Publishing
Discussion moderated by Gerry Badger, historian and writer with:
Irène Attinger, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris
Michael Mack, Managing Director of Steidl
Denise Wolff, Commissionning Editor of Photography at Phaidon.
Gigi Gianuzzi, Publisher Trolley Books
Sunday June 3rd

4:00 6:00 pm: Non Western Contemporary Photography: India
Discussion moderated by Mark Sealy, founder of Autograph with:
Peter Nagy, Founder Nature Morte Gallery.
Gayatri Sinha, Independent lecturer, curator and writer
Sunil Gupta, Photographer, curator

photo-london details

Dates: 31 May 3 June, 2007 Preview by invitation only: Wednesday 30 May from 7pm to 10pm Venue: Old Billingsgate, 16 Lower Thames Street, EC3R 6DX, London Opening hours: Thursday 31 May to Saturday 2 June from 11am to 8pm
Sunday 3 June from 11am to 7pm Information : www.photo-london.com
For travel arrangements and accommodation
Turon Travel Inc.
Tel: 1 212 925 54 53
E-mail: photolondon@turontravel.com

www.turontravel.com

Organisation:
Reed Expositions / photo-london
52-54 Quai de Dion-Bouton, CS80001
92806 Puteaux Cedex
Tel: 33 (0) 1 47 56 64 70 – Fax: 33 (0) 1 47 56 64 78
E-mail: photolondon@reedexpo.fr
Media Liaison :
For France and international Guillaume Piens
E-mail: guillaume.piens@reedexpo.fr
Tel: 33 (0) 1 47 56 65 08
For UK Philippa Neave
E-mail: pneave@wanadoo.fr
Mobile : 44 79 74 93 47 88

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