Art on a Postcard have partnered with arts publication After Nyne Magazine to present an exclusive talk in support of the Photography on a Postcard project. On May 14th, After Nyne Editor in Chief & Founder Claire Meadows will chair a discussion between photographers Laura Pannack and Jenny Lewis, exploring the topic Photographing Femininity.
Laura and Jenny both have very different ways of working and create very different dialogues with their audiences, and the talk will set out to explore this, and ways in which feminine form and practice influence both artists.
The event will be held at the Exhibitionist Hotel, South Kensington’s original art hotel, which has a long history of supporting artists and promotion of women in art.
Claire Meadows, Editor in Chief of After Nyne Magazine says
'If anytime is right to explore the feminine, both in spirit and practice, it’s now. This talk is a timely exploration of the power of feminine vision in creativity.’
Gemma Peppe, Director of Art on a Postcard says
‘I’m delighted that Laura and Jenny are participating in this year’s Photography on a Postcard and look forward to hearing about their different approaches to photographing femininity ’
Vestalia Chilton, curator, Exhibitionist Hotel, says
‘We’re utterly thrilled to be presenting this discussion in support of Art on a Postcard’s work at Photo London. Both myself, and the team at the Exhibitionist Hotel love to provide a platform for enterprising young creatives to present their work and explore their ideas.’
As you will probably know by now Art on a Postcard are showcasing the latest edition of their popular ‘Photography on a Postcard’ project at Photo London (May 17th – 20th), as Photo London’s official charity partners for 2018.
Photography on a Postcard (POAP) will offer fairgoers the unique opportunity to own a signed one-off edition by a world-renowned photographer for just £55.00. But there’s a twist, the images will be anonymous until after the sale. Fair goers are able to choose which of the 350 postcard sized photographs they would like to buy but the photographer will only be revealed at the end of The Fair. Priority will be given to those pre-registered online. All the money raised goes to The Hepatitis C Trust’s campaign to eliminate hepatitis C from the UK by the year 2025.