BPB 2010: Opening Weekend Talks Available on YouTube
All of the BPB 2010 Opening Weekend Talks have been uploaded to our YouTube Channel, including:
In Conversation: BPB 2010 - Martin Parr (BPB 2010 Guest Curator) explores his curatorial approach in conversation with Helen Cadwallader (BPB Executive Director).
Artist Talks - Stephen Gill, Rinko Kawauchi and Alec Soth present on their work commissioned for BPB 2010 reflecting on their ideas, subject matter and approach to making work. Alejandro Chaskielberg, Esteban Pastorino Diaz and Oscar Fernando Gomez, present on their work selected for BPB 2010 reflecting on their ideas, subject matter and approach to making the images with a focus on landscape and night-time photography. Oumar Ly (represented by Frédérique Chapuis), Suzanne Opton and Dhruv Malhotra also present on their work selected for 2010. Each talk is followed by a panel discussion.
Film Screening & Panel Discussion: Photography & The Book - Photography and the book is a well established form but how the book is produced and distributed is now changing. This panel explores the impact of digital technology and online distribution on the practice and process of making photography books, commercial and independent publishing, and the activity of collecting. Speakers include Wout Berger (Artist), Chris Boot (Independent Publisher) and Robin Goldberg (Senior VP, Blurb). Chair: Martin Parr.
Panel Discussion: New Directions In Producing, Printing & Collecting Photography - This panel explores the current changes in photography brought about by the digital revolution, its impact on analogue processes and the cultural, artistic and economic contexts for practitioners including producing work; the status and format of the photographic print; private and public collections and future directions of the market place with a focus on the UK. Speakers include: Mark Power (Artist), Peter Fraser (Artist), Viviane Sassen (Artist) and Frances Morris (Head of Collections: International Art, Tate Modern), Chair: Martin Parr.
To view these videos, follow the link below:
We hope they bring back good memories of BPB 2010.