Virtual Guided Tour Part 3 | Friday, April 17 | 6 pm (IST) | 2.30 pm (CEST)
The third tour will traverse through the show 'Walker Evans Revisited' with Thomas K?llhofer and exhibiting artists Jessica Potter and Darren Harvey-Regan. They will talk about their works: Sentences (Labor Anonymous) and Beauties of the Common Tool, Rephrased I?V, 2013.?
CPB recently had the opportunity to attend the Biennale f?r aktuelle Fotografie in Germany as part of the Goethe Institut South Asian Photography Visitors Program. Curated by David Campany ( @davidcampany ) this year's theme is 'The Lives and Loves of Images'. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Biennale's shows were closed, but are now accessible online on?www.biennalefotografie.de/en?
Following which, we will have a Q&A session at the end.?
The virtual guided tour series is in collaboration with Biennale f?r aktuelle Fotografie @die_biennale. Curated by David Campany @davidcampany under the theme 'The Lives and Loves of Images', the Biennale's shows are now available to view online.
Look forward to having you with us on this free guided tour!
Know more about the Panelists:?
Jessica Potter? jessicalouisepotter is an artist who lives and works in Kent. She completed a PhD by practice at the Royal College of Art in 2013 entitled The Photograph as a Site of Writing. Her practice spans drawing, writing and photography. Her research interests lie in considering questions of commonality alongside processes of description and encounter found in phenomenological thinking and writing. Recent work is composed of descriptions of organic forms from erratic glacial rocks to wild flowers. She is an editor at Copy Press and has exhibited widely.?
Darren Harvey-Regan's darrenharveyregan work has appeared in exhibitions and publications internationally and is part of the permanent photography collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.? Solo exhibitions include Metalepsis, Copperfield, London (2017) The Erratics, Copperfield, London (2016) and Passaggi, Pisa, IT (2015) Phrasings, The Ravestijn Gallery, Amsterdam (2013) and A Shifting Sense of Things, Sumarria Lunn, London (2013). Harvey-Regan's monograph The Erratics was published by RVB, France in May 2017 and shortlisted for the Aperture/Paris Photo frist photobook award 2017. Harvey-Regan is a recipient of the Leverhulme Trust. He lives and works in London.?