The Social: Curating Exhibitions
Join photographer Tom Lovelace and TPG Curator Anna Dannemann for our regular bar night for photographers and artists offering tips on a theme.
Free, booking essential
Anna Dannemann is a Curator at The Photographers' Gallery. She has curated the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize for the past three years; an exhibition about still life photography in social networks called Food for Being Looked At (2016); and several solo exhibitions, including Charlotte Dumas’ Anima & The Widest Prairies (2015) and Viviane Sassen's Analemma (2014). She has also worked with a range of photographers and external curators to realise group exhibitions including the Feminist Avant-Garde of the 1970s (2016), Work Rest and Play – 50 Years of British Photography (exhibited in four venues in China, 2015-16), 4 Saints in 3 Acts: A Snapshot of the American Avant-Garde (2017) and FreshFaced+WildEyed (2013-15). She regularly contributes to catalogues and other publications and received an MA in Art History from the Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany.
Tom Lovelace is an artist based in London. He studied Photography at the Arts University Bournemouth, before studying Art History at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Lovelace works at the intersection of photography, sculpture and performance. His practice is grounded in interruptions and reinventions of the everyday, revealing and reimagining materials, processes and histories. Lovelace is a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art, London and the Arts University Bournemouth. Recent exhibitions and displays include On the heights, Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2017), On Board, Crispr, Bogota (2017), Groundwork, The New Art Centre (2016), To Camera, Golden Thread Gallery (2015), This Way Up, Flowers Gallery (2015) and Sweep, Victoria and Albert Museum (2014).