Artist Talk: Diana Markosian (online)

First Day at Work, 2019, from Santa Barbara (Aperture, 2020) © Diana Markosian

Artist Talk: Diana Markosian (online)


This event is part of our Past Programme

To mark the publication of her debut monograph, Santa Barbara, hear artist Diana Markosian in this online discussion. In this talk, Diana will give insight into her practice, which sits at the intersections of still and moving image, and how family and legacy remain central to her work. 

This conversation will be chaired by Fiona Rogers (Firecracker). 

Details on how to access the talk will be confirmed upon registration. Please check your junk folders if you haven't received an email from TPG staff confirming your place. 

Watch this event from Tue 12 Jan 2021, 18.30 GMT 

Artist Talk: Diana Markosian


Diana Markosian (born in Moscow, 1989) is known for her intimate approach to storytelling using photography and video. Her projects have taken her to some of the remotest corners of the world, where she has created work that is both conceptual and documentary. Her images can be found in publications like National Geographic, the New Yorker and New York Times. She holds a Master of Science from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Her work is represented by Galerie Les filles du calvaire in Paris.

Fiona Rogers is the Director of Photography and Operations for Webber Represents and Webber Gallery. Prior to that she was the Chief Operating Officer of Magnum Photos, responsible for managing the operations of the agency and designing and implementing strategies with the CEO. She is the founder of Firecracker, a platform supporting female photographers, and recently authored a book published by Thames & Hudson; Firecrackers: Female Photographers Now, celebrating contemporary women practitioners. She has participated as a judge for several notable competitions, including, the Mack First Book Award and the Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography. She is on the Board of the Martin Parr Foundation and The Peter Marlow Foundation and an advisor to the Royal Photographic Society.

Pay What You Can

In light of the unprecedented challenges we are all facing at this time, we have introduced Pay What You Can ticketing for many of our online talks and events.

Anyone can book on to one of these events and pay as much or as little as they are able. A typical ticket would cost between £5 and £8. Any more than that is greatly appreciated and goes directly into supporting our public programmes.

By booking for this event you agree to our Terms & Conditions.