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Recording, Reframing, Resisting: Contemporary Middle Eastern Photography

Recording, Reframing, Resisting: Contemporary Middle Eastern Photography

Location: Birmingham Museum

5th October 2014 - 5th October 2014

Join Marta Weiss, Curator of Photographs at the V&A, for a talk which will explore some of the techniques, ranging from photojournalism to staged and digitally manipulated imagery, employed by artists included in the exhibition ‘True to Life? New Photography from the Middle East’.

 AV room, 3-4pm.

Tickets cost £5, please book in advance as places are limited. To book please call 0121 348 8120 or book on-line

 

Dr Marta Weiss joined the V&A in 2007 after two years in the Department of Photographs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A native New Yorker, she holds an MA in art history from Princeton University, where she also completed a Ph.D in 19th-century British photography.  In 2012, she curated the V&A exhibition 'Light from the Middle East: New Photography' which showcased some of the same work currently displayed in Birmingham's exhibition 'True to Life? New Photography from the Middle East'

Image: Saida in Green, 2000 by Hassan Hajjaj © the artist / Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
Art Fund Collection of Middle Eastern Photography at the V&A and the British Museum.

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