The annual RPS Awards ceremony took place in London last night (13th November 2019). Recipients include Sophie Calle, Carrie Mae Weems, Yorgos Lanthimos, Laia Abril, Collier Schorr, Simon Bainbridge and Professor Al Bovik.
Exhibition Science Photographer of the Year
Closes: 5 January 2020. Location: Science Museum, London
A two hour informal discussion with artist and photographer Jack Latham. This will be in a small group where you will be able to see new material not in the exhibition and interrogate the artist.
Acclaimed exhibition, Altered Oceans, was staged at our Bristol gallery in 2019.
"Judging the RPS IPE162 this year has been an enriching experience... The judging process went surprisingly smoothly. We often had different opinions but we respected each other’s reasoning."
Photography reclaiming identity in a complex society. Who are we? What do we believe? And what are our values?
Leaders in photographic ethics will cover topics such as becoming more ethical in your work, why we photograph and how we engage in processes of representation.
The RPS has commissioned a Model Release Form which it is making available to our members and the public as part of its objectives of supporting photographers.
Bristol based photographer Latham, immersed himself in the most controversial murder investigation in Icelandic history, the Guðmundur and Geirfinnur case.
Optical Imaging - a new horizon: How light "of many different colours and flavours" can be used to diagnose disease in remarkable new ways.
The film will be released in selected UK and Irish cinemas on 29 November.
We wanted to share some of the work we are doing in the background to support young people learning about photography.