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Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern - a visit

I didn’t have a complete idea of what to expect with this exhibition before I visited this week. I’d seen a brief review in Black+White Photography (Issue 187, page48) which covered the use of photography to capture performance art “live” and showed some entertaining images – the Plank Piece and Leap into the Void images by Charles Ray and Yves Klein/Harry Shunk/János Kender respectively being great examples of how a brief moment of “sculpture” can be made permanent in an image.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 30 Apr 2016

Contemporary North West Group Regular meetings

Contemporary North West Group Regular meetings

Added by SIG: Contemporary North West on 11 Apr 2016

Contemporary North West Group Exhibition

Contemporary North West Group Exhibition at Lytham Heritage Centre

Added by SIG: Contemporary North West on 11 Apr 2016

Eye Spy

Nigel Tooby’s “Eye Spy” is powerful because it mostly does not feature photographs of homeless people themselves. They are not typical pictures of the homeless, but pictures about them. In this sense the approach is very unconventional.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 10 Apr 2016

Traveling the World as a Woman

This article was posted on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2016 and is a tribute to two girls, murdered in Ecuador whilst travelling together.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 23 Mar 2016

Celebrating the Holga

Square Magazine Special Issue on the Holga toy camera.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 17 Mar 2016

Contemporary Group New Webmaster

New support for the Contemporary Group committee.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 13 Mar 2016

Contemporary Photography Journal now on issuu

The Winter edition of Contemporary Photography Journal is now available on ISSUU.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 28 Feb 2016

New Contemporary Group e-Newsletter - 'CONCEPT'

We are pleased to announce a new design for our Group Newsletter and welcome our new editor Christine Pinnington

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 29 Oct 2015

Self Publish - Be Happy

Self Publish, Be Happy (SPBH) was founded by Bruno Ceschel in 2010. He had previously worked for UK publisher Chris Boot, who in 2010 was appointed CEO of Aperture, New York. Ceschel’s SPBH organisation celebrates self-published photobooks through an ongoing programme of workshops, live events and on/offline projects. In October 2015 Aperture will publish Bruno Ceschel’s DIY manual aimed at creators of photobooks. This is also available from SPBH.

Added by SIG: Contemporary on 22 Sep 2015