Talking about Photography
Talking about Photography offers a growing resource of podcasts, video and written interviews from photographers, writers and curators. Over the years we have built up a substantial and invaluable collection of interviews and discussions drawn from our Talks & Events Programme. Watch, read and listen to this rich set of insights into photographic practice, image culture and the ways in which photographers and artists think, share and make.
Our Podcast series, #TPGTalks, presents a curated set of audio recordings from key speakers for on-the-go inspiration for everyone, everywhere. Check them out below or listen on your usual Podcast platform (Spotify, iTunes etc).
In this intimate conversation, Sunil Gupta talks to Jermaine Francis about documentary practices, the problematics of defining black photography and the formation of Autograph.
In this exclusive film, Gupta unpacks his photographic processes, his politically and socially aware art, and life and love as a Gay Indian man.
Hear Bourouissa discuss his #DBPFP2020 nominated exhibition Free Trade in relation to his wider research into the mechanics of power.
A vibrant, honest and on point panel discussion in exploration and celebration of Black British culture, curated by youth-led digital media platform GUAP.
In this conversation, hear Burke talk about his first inspirations, photographic practices and reasons to get political.
ImageNet creator Fei-Fei Li talks through the events and key people that led to the creation of one of the most influential visual datasets in the fields of Deep Learning and AI.
A rare opportunity to hear from the renowned Swedish photographer, known for his intimate black and white documentary images.
This talk explores Suter's work Parallel Encyclopedia #2, a collection exposing the shifting and relative meanings of printed images depending on their context.
Persilia Caton interviews artist Jessica Eaton about her practice in photography, colour and reducing subjects to their simplest forms
An interview with French artist Chrystel Lebas, who uses photography and moving image to illuminate the often complex relationship between human beings and nature
This artists' film serves as an introduction to their work exhibited as part of the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017.
A short interview with Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017 winner Dana Lixenberg.
A short interview with Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017 nominee Sophie Calle.
A short interview with Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017 nominee Awoiska van der Molen.