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Unseen: A Panel Discussion on Photography, Identity and the City

© Dorothy Bohm

Panel Discussion

Unseen: A Panel Discussion on Photography, Identity and the City

Ben Uri Gallery & Museum / London / England

In this panel discussion, chaired by Curator Katy Barron, guest speakers Max Houghton (Senior Lecturer in Photography, LCC), Leslie Hakim-Dowek (artist and Senior Lecturer in Photography, University of Portsmouth) and Colin Jacobson (independent photography editor, consultant and curator) will be discussing themes of Identity, Migration and the City in response to Ben Uri’s photography exhibition Unseen.

This exhibition brings together three eminent twentieth century photographers – Wolfgang Suschitzky, Dorothy Bohm and Neil Libbert – who present their first artistic responses to three great world cities, New York, Paris and London, across three crucial decades.

Transport/Parking: Limited parking is available on the street. The gallery is well serviced by bus routes and is situated between Swiss Cottage and St. John’s Wood tube stations, and Kilburn High Road Overground station.

Contact: Please email katieh@benuri.org or call us on 0207 604 3991.

Ticket Price: £6.  To book please visit this link 

Timing: Wednesday, 20 July 2016 from 18:30 to 20:30 (BST)  

Ben Uri Gallery and Museum - 108A Boundary Road, London, NW8 0RH

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