Brief Hundred Year History of Photography in the United States

Day: Friday, 18th of May From 19h to 21h Free entry Beginning with the daguerreotype, the United States embraced photography and recognized its potential as a democratic medium that could be used to help describe and define this new country. Gail Buckland, Distinguished Professor of the History of Photography at the Cooper Union in New […]

Transit Tales meeting in Brussels

OPENING// VERNISSAGE : Thursday 30/11/2017 16h – 21h   Meet the people in the Transit Tales project Presentation of the work from the participatory photography workshops with refugees we have been doing in Barcelona, Paris and Berlin Project presentations and exchange seminars. Table d’hôtes with Collectactif from 19h   THE PROJECT / 2016-2017 Transit Tales […]

Transit Tales on its way

Transit Tales, participatory photography WITH migrants and refugees, travels to Paris from April 3rd to 19th. Monday 10th of April, 2pm. We are beginning the second week of the workshop that Severine Sajous initiated a couple of days ago, with a group of 15 women who voluntarily subscribed to the photography workshop held at the Center of Asylum […]

What Does it Mean When I Take Your Picture?

Organised as part of the exhibition UnResolved, this round table event will bring together Wil Sands, Daniela Ortiz and Rubén H. Bermúdez What Does it Mean When I Take Your Picture? Deconstructing Representations of the “Other” Wednesday, April 26, at 8 p.m. Espai CFD Since its creation photography has played an important roll in the […]