This event is part of our Past Programme
Containing 140 images, hear more about the thematic approach to displaying the 50-year-long career of Helen Levitt. Led by exhibition curator Anna Dannemann (The Photographers’ Gallery).
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Anna Dannemann is Senior Curator at The Photographers' Gallery. She has worked with many leading contemporary photographers and curated the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize for the past six years from 2016 until 2021. She has organised several solo exhibitions, including Alex Prager’s Silver Lake Drive in 2018; Simon Fujiwara’s Joanne in 2016; Charlotte Dumas’ Anima & The Widest Prairies in 2015; Viviane Sassen's Analemma in 2014. She has also worked with a range of external curators to realise thematic group shows including an exhibition focussing on the Feminist Avant-Garde of the 1970s (2016), 4 Saints in 3 Acts: A Snapshot of the American Avant-Garde (2017), Work Rest and Play – 50 Years of British Photography (exhibited in four venues in China, 2015-16), and an exhibition of photographic work by the acclaimed writer and cult figure William Burroughs. Anna has also worked on the emerging talent programme FreshFaced+WildEyed from 2013-15. She regularly contributes to catalogues and other publications and received an MA in Art History from the Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany.
This course is part of a wider learning programme linked to the Helen Levitt: In the Street exhibition. Course bursaries are supported by the U.S. Embassy in London.