Talk: Maxime Matthys (virtual)
19.00 BST (on Zoom)
Gain deeper insight into the the work of artist Maxime Matthys
To coincide with Maxime Matthys’ Touchstone display, hear the artist discuss his practice, approach and thoughts on working across photography, performance, videography and installation in this virtual talk.
The conversation will be chaired by writer Orit Gat.
Details on how to access the talk will be confirmed upon registration.
Orit Gat is a writer living in London whose work on contemporary art and digital culture has appeared in a variety of magazines including frieze, e-flux journal, ArtReview, art-agenda and The White Review, where she is a contributing editor. She is currently working on a nonfiction book about football, immigration, a sense of belonging and love, tentatively titled If Anything Happens.
Maxime Matthys is a Belgian photographer born in Bruxelles in 1995 and based in Paris. He integrated the photography school of Toulouse in 2014 and followed a workshop at the EMI-CFD Paris in 2017. His work is mainly focusing on new forms of narrative in documentary photography and taking interest in contemporary issues that are shaping our society.
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