TPG Portfolio Reviews
10:00 - 18:00 (BST)
£25 per session
Secure your place for a one-to-one review session with a senior curator at The Photographers’ Gallery.
This 20 minute session is an opportunity for you to share your practice and receive feedback on a specific project or a wider body of work.
You will receive your reviewer name and review time on the Friday before the event takes place. Once you've received your review date/time, please send a link to the work you would like to discuss and your Skype address by 9am the day before your review (Monday 19 October). Reviewers will be allocated on a rotation basis and we are unable to offer reviewers on request.
Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Five bursary places for photographers facing barriers to participation are available for each review session. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in receiving a bursary place application with the subject header ‘Portfolio Review Bursary Place’. Let us know, briefly, why you would like a bursary place. All information will be kept confidential and treated within strict GDPR guidelines. Selected bursary holders will be contacted by Friday 16 October.
Anna Dannemann is a senior curator at The Photographers’ Gallery in London, United Kingdom. She curated numerous exhibitions since joining the gallery in 2013, including the annual Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize, Feminist Avant-Garde (with Gabriele Schor) and Four Saints in Three Acts (with Patricia Almer & John Sears).
Clare Grafik is Head of Exhibitions at The Photographers’ Gallery in London. She has worked in a number of public institutions in London including the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Whitechapel Gallery, Hayward Gallery and National Portrait Gallery. She has originated a range of shows at The Photographers’ Gallery including ‘The Photographic Object’ (2009), 'Photography & Collage’ (2012) and 'Double Take: Photography & Drawing' (2016).
Karen McQuaid is Senior Curator at The Photographers' Gallery. She has also curated at a number of international institutions including The Moscow House of Photography and The National Gallery of Kosovo. She regularly contributes to international workshops, writes for photography publications, edits artists books, and guest lectures across the UK and Ireland.
Brett Rogers OBE is Director of The Photographers’ Gallery. She played a key role in establishing photography as a leading art form in the UK. Prior to joining The Photographers' Gallery, Rogers was the Deputy Director and Head of Exhibitions at the Visual Arts Department at the British Council.
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