October 11, 2011, Bristol
In Conversation with Martin Parr
Tickets are now on sale for an in-conversation event with Magnum photographer, Martin Parr on Tuesday 11 October, 7pm. The event coincides with the exhibition, Bristol and West: Photographs by Martin Parr, which features over 50 images selected from the last thirty years of his career.
Martin will discuss his view of Bristol and West with Dr Julian Baggini, philosopher, journalist and author whose books often link to the concerns of ordinary life.
September 14 – October 21, 2011, London
The Black Chronicles
This exhibition brings together the work of four different photographers, who have brought the black subject into focus through their work as longstanding Magnum members. It is therefore an invitation to unpick the authority the archive generates. This exhibition marks a modest beginning of an open enquiry that operates across many photographic archival stories in which the black subject is classified and fixed.
August 31 - November 27, 2011, Bristol
Bristol and West Photographs by Martin Parr
Featuring 60 images selected from the last thirty years of Martin Parr’s career, Britain’s foremost photographer takes a wry look at life in Bristol and the surrounding area. It will be the largest exhibition of photographs by Martin Parr held in the city since his Home Sweet Home exhibition at the Arnolfini in 1974.
August 23 - November 20, 2011, London
Freedom From: Modern Slavery in the Capital
In partnership with Anti-Slavery International, the world’s oldest human rights organisation, Freedom from: modern slavery in the capital explores the personal impact of human trafficking and slavery in London in the 21st century.
Alongside the personal stories are a series of large-scale commissioned photographs which form the centre-piece of the exhibition. Chris Steele-Perkins from Magnum Photos has taken eleven images which capture survivor journeys, thoughts and a survivor who is now campaigning against slavery and trafficking.