Alex Prager in conversation
18:30 at The Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent St, London W1B 2UW
Alex Prager’s distinctive works cross the worlds of art, fashion, photography and film, exposing the human melodrama and dark unsettling undercurrents that are threaded through her subject matter. Referencing the aesthetic principals of mid twentieth century Hollywood cinema and fashion photography, as well as such photographers as William Eggleston, Diane Arbus and Cindy Sherman, each of her images is packed with a multitude of emotional layers and narrative possibilities.
This talk, given on the occasion of her exhibition Silver Lake Drive, takes places at The Regent Street Cinema and is followed by a screening of Charles Laughton’s 1955 American masterpiece The Night of the Hunter, selected by Alex Prager. Part expressionist horror movie, part luminous fairytale, The Night of the Hunter contains some of the most haunting images in cinema.
£12/£11 members & concessions. TPG Members should book the 'Associate cardholders' rate at Regent St Cinema. You can book both events as a double bill in the checkout process – and save £7 in doing so.
Ticket price includes entrance to Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive at any time before the exhibition closes. Please retain your ticket to gain admission to the gallery before 14 October.
Organised in collaboration with The Regent Street Cinema as part of an ongoing partnership exploring the relationship between photography and film.