14
November 2017

Women Beyond The Lens

Welcome to Havering DFAS
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 -
10:45 to 11:45
St Marys Lane
New Windmill Hall Upminster RM14 2QH

The work of women photographers has often been unfairly neglected. This lecture seeks to correct that by examining the contribution of three  outstanding British practitioners; Julia Margaret Cameron, a Victorian pioneer;   Jane Bown, a brilliant portraitist; and Fay Godwin, who excelled in landscape  photography. We also explore the work of two highly influential Americans:  Dorothea Lange, who produced brilliant documentary images and Annie Leibovitz, who continues to both surprise and delight her audience.

ABOUT THE LECTURER

Mr Brian Stater

His chief interests lie in photography, architecture and history and he combines all three in his lecturing career. He has taught at University College London, since 1997 and became an accredited lecturer for The Arts Society in 2003. He is a member of the Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography and an exhibition of his own photographs has been staged at UCL. In an attempt to gain a deeper understanding of the skills of some great photographers of the past, he has begun to work with a pre-War Leica camera, as used by his great hero, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and many others.

 

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