Talk: David Campany on Photographs (online)
18.30 BST (on Zoom)
Join award winning writer David Campany to discuss his new book
David Campany is one of today’s leading writers and curators on photography and contemporary art. This event marks the publication of On Photographs, a new collection of essays and commentary on a selection of photographs chosen by Campany — some of which will be familiar and some new to readers. In this talk Campany will explore themes of authorship, the photograph as both art and document, and the malleability of meaning.
Discussion moderated by Luisa Ulyett (The Photographers' Gallery).
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David Campany is a curator, writer and educator, based in London. His previous books include Walker Evans: The Magazine Work, The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip and A Handful of Dust, each of which was accompanied by an exhibition. Awards received by Campany include the ICP Infinity Award and The Kraszna-Kraus Book Award.
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