15/12 -> 16/12
Workshop 'A Personal Vision'
George Georgiou and Vanessa Winship
The workshop will look and discuss each participant’s projects, from a work in progress to a finished work that needs to be fine-tuned. Through discussion and group critiques we will look at each photographers original intentions and vision.
Working intuitively, we will edit together, in order to develop the project both in its visual language and its concept, seeking successes and failures and possible solutions, methods and approaches to progress your photography to the next level.
With the experience of working side by side for 25 years, but having found a way to develope our own personal vision within the same territory, we will pass on our experiences and how we develop our projects.
A public presentation of our work will take place on Friday 14th of December at 7:00 p.m., so participants are encouraged to also be present.
Vanessa Winship received a BA honours in Film, Video and Photography from the Polytechnic of Central London, UK. She has lived and worked in the region of the Balkans, Turkey and the Black Sea as well as the UK and the United States of America.
Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently at the Barbican Art Gallery in London, UK. In 2011 she was the recipient of the Prix Henri Cartier-Bresson award, which she used to create the work she dances on Jackson. She is the author of five monographs, And Time Folds, (MACK) Vanessa Winship (MAPFRE) she Dances on Jackson (MACK), Sweet Nothings (Foto8/Images En Manœuvres, and Schwarzes Meer (MARE).
George Georgiou received a BA honours in photography, film and video arts from the Polytechnic of Central London (University of Westminster) in 1987.
In 1999 he joined Panos Pictures in London and began to work on long-term projects. He has photographed extensively in the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Turkey, living and working in Serbia, Greece and Turkey from 1999 to 2009.
Work from this period resulted in the acclaimed book Fault Line/Turkey/East/West 2010.
“Fault Lines” has been exhibited many times internationally and was included in the prestigious “New Photography 2011" exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
His book “Last Stop” photographed across London was self-published in 2015.
His work appears in the collection of several public and private institutions , including the MoMA and the Elton John collection.
Minimum participants: 6
Maximum participants: 10
Workshop language: English
Price and Deadlines:
175€ - Until the 30th of November (Early Bird)
200€ - Until 10th of December
Contact for registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: December 15th and 16th (Saturday and Sunday)
Timetable: 10 am – 8 pm
Duration: 18 hours
The workshop is open to all photographers and visual artists with work-in-progress or finished projects.
Personal laptop and the project printed on cheap paper (10 x 15 cm or similar)