RPS Series of talks, from featured artists
Please join us on Saturday the 5th November for a series of talks around the RPS show ” Squaring the Circles of Confusion” – Neo Pictorialism in the 21st Century.
Due to the rail strike the talks will now be available on Zoom. See links below.
1st Image : Road into the Valley – Moonrise by Edward Steichen.
2nd Image : The Road to Debden by Ian Phillips McLaren inspired by Edward Steichen’s Road into the valley.
Squaring The Circles of Confusion curated by Zelda Cheatle HonFRPS, celebrates the work of eight contemporary artists. Each adopts a pictorialist approach through their aesthetic or process to their work. They address contemporary issues and at the same time demonstrate the beauty of the photographic image.
Catch the exhibition before it closes on 6 November 2022 and listen to talks by some of the featured artists.
Ideally people should book online (no registration needed) using the individual links here: https://rps.org/opportunities/squaring-the-circles/squaring-the-circles-of-confusion-collective-event/
Squaring the Circles collective event: eight talks
Time: Nov 5, 2022 10:15-1645 London
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Meeting ID: 861 8619 3760
Program of talks:
10.15 – 10.50 | Spencer Rowell
11.00 – 11.35 | Susan Derges HonFRPS
11.45 – 12.20 | David George & Zelda Cheatle
12.30 – 13.05 | Ian Phillips McLaren
14.00 – 14.30 | Dr Michael Pritchard FRPS
14.40 – 15.15 | Joy Gregory HonFRPS
15.25 – 16.00 | Céline Bodin & Zelda Cheatle
16:15 – 16:45 | Tom Hunter HonFRPS.
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