Digital Events Calendar

Artsy Fairs
Oct 12, 2020 7:55am
Image: Self Portrait as my Father, 2019. © and Courtesy Silvia Rosi. Originally commissioned through the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards.

Image: Self Portrait as my Father, 2019. © and Courtesy Silvia Rosi. Originally commissioned through the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards.

As well as a Fair involving over 100 of the world’s leading galleries, Photo London Digital incorporates a programme of online talks and workshops.
The Digital Programme builds on the Fair’s acclaimed public programme on the success of Photo London’s Academy which launched its unique blend of talks, artist engagements and publishing as a free of charge resource in April. The support and collaboration of our partners the FT Weekend and Nikon have been pivotal to the development of the programme, which offers online panel discussions (free, registration required), hands-on, professional photography workshops across different fields led by Nikon School (free, registration required, 50 ppl max), and live conversations with artists, curators, gallerists and photography professional on the Photo London Instagram channel (@photolondonfair; free, no registration required).

Wednesday 30 September
Friday 2 October
  • Photo London Magazine, 6 pm BST: Filipe Branquinho. Branquinho’s aesthetic combines familiarity with architecture and the “school” of the Mozambican photography, fusing genres like portrait and landscape. His work is presented at Photo London Digital by AKKA Project.
Sunday 4 October
  • Instagram live, 6 pm BST: Nikon presents wildlife photographer Andy Parkinson.
Monday 5 October
Tuesday 6 October
Wednesday 7 October
  • Instagram live, 6 pm BST: Join photographer Adam Wiseman (b.1970, Mexico City) for a talk on his long-term project on the self-built environment, Arquitectural libre.
Thursday 8 October
  • Portfolio: T.M. Glass’ Plantasia. This video and sound installation, realised in collaboration with celebrated Canadian music producer and musician Bob Ezrin, is presented alongside a written Q&A with the artist. Galerie de Bellefeuille presents works by T.M. Glass at Photo London Digital. Presented on the Photo London Academy.
  • Virtual Tour, 11 am BST: Martin Parr walks through the latest MPF exhibition – The Station by Chris Killip – on display in the Martin Parr Foundation gallery from 24 September to 20 December.
Friday 9 October
  • Photo London Magazine, 6 pm BST: Dennis Hopper, presented at Photo London Digital by Atlas Gallery.
Saturday 10 October
Sunday 11 October
Monday 12 October
  • Portfolio: Alastair Whitton’s A Foreign Land. Taking the form of an open book, this body of works offers a portrait of Cape Town, a city in flux, and considers what the artist refers to as ‘the mechanisms of memory and the mapping of geographies and histories’ while exploring notions of ‘the poetics and politics of place’. Presented on the Photo London Academy alongside an essay by Alexandra Dodd. Whitton’s photo narrative is presented at Photo London Digital by Black Box Publishing.
  • Instagram live, 11 am BST: Join us on an exclusive talk between The Art Partners (Maria Korolevskaya and Anastasia Petrovskaya) and UK synth Pop artist, I am Boleyn, during the shooting of her new music video.
  • Panel Discussion, 1 pm BST, ‘Authorship & Ethics in Visual stories’, with Bénédicte Kurzen and Tanya Habjouqa.
  • Virtual Tour, 6 pm BST: Join The Photographers’ Gallery for an exclusive virtual tour of From Here to Eternity, the first major retrospective of UK based photographer, Sunil Gupta (b. 1953, New Delhi India).
Tuesday 13 October
  • Nikon School Workshop, 10 am BST: Landscapes with landscape photographer Nigel Danson.
  • Virtual Tour, 11 am BST: Hayward Gallery ‘Among the Trees’ – In meditative works across different media, thirty-seven artists explore how trees – with lifespans much longer than our own – challenge how we think about time, and consider how intimately entangled they are with human affairs.
  • Nikon School Workshop, 1 pm BST: Portraiture photography with Carolyn Mendelsohn, author of Being Inbetween, a book and series of photographic portraits of girls aged between ten and twelve, exploring the complex transition between childhood and young adulthood.
  • Virtual Tour, 5 pm BST: Please join Tania Franco Klein for a special virtual tour of her studio in Mexico City.
Wednesday 14 October
  • Teens workshop, 10.30 am: Teens photography workshop with Sharp Shots Club.
  • Virtual Tour, 11 am BST: We are pleased to invite you to join us for a special curator-led virtual tour of Masculinities at Barbican: Liberation through Photography, followed by a live Q&A with curators from the Gropius Bau museum in Berlin.
  • Instagram live, 4 pm BST: Artist duo Elsa & Johanna in conversation.
  • Virtual Tour, 5 pm BST: We are delighted to invite you to join us for an exclusive virtual tour of Photography’s Last Century at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, with Ann Tenenbaum and Jeff Rosenheim, Curator in Charge of Photographs.
  • Instagram Live, 6 pm BST: Nikon presents ‘Forbes 30 under 30’ Liverpool based entertainment, travel and wildlife photographer Conor McDonnell.
Thursday 15 October
  • Panel Discussion, 5 pm BST: We are delighted to invite you to join the Victoria and Albert Museum, London for – State of the Art: Photography at the V&A.
Friday 16 October
  • Instagram live, 5 pm BST: ‘Recycled Worlds’ | In conversation with Digital Artist Tom Faber
  • Instagram Live, 6 pm BST: Bildhalle presents artist Douglas Mandry in conversation with Eugénie Shinkle, Reader in Photography School of Media, Art and Design University of Westminster.
  • Photo London Magazine, 6 pm: Deborah Bay. The Houston artist who specializes in constructed studio photography is presented at Photo London Digital by Foto Relevance.
  • Virtual Tour, 7 pm BST: The MAMM | Virtual Tour of ‘Igor Mukhin – Our 1990s. A Time of Changes’

Saturday 17 October
  • Virtual Tour, 11 am BST: Alec Soth at Foam – Join Marcel Feil, Artistic Director at Foam, Amsterdam, for an exclusive virtual tour of Alec Soth’s exhibition, I Know How Furiously Your Heart is Beating.
  • Virtual Talk, 4pm BST: Prix Pictet Hope laureate Joana Choumali in conversation with Francis Hodgson, Professor in the Culture of Photography, University of Brighton.
Sunday 18 October
Wednesday 28 October
Instagram Live, 6 pm BST, Nikon presents street-style photographers Andrew Barber and Samir Benson in conversation