Julian Germain has published several books, including Steel Works (1990); In Soccer Wonderland (1994) and For Every Minute You Are Angry You Loose Sixty Seconds of Happiness (2005). He has exhibited internationally at venues including The Photographers’ Gallery, London; Parco Gallery, Tokyo and the Netherlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam. He sits on the editorial board of Useful Photography. Since 1995 he has been working with Brazilian artists Patricia Azevedo and Murilo Godoy on a number of photography projects which are conceived and executed as collaborations with groups such as favela communities and street children. He will be discussing his practice along with these recent collaborations.
This talk is part of the Contemporary Photography Professional Practice and Contexts Spring 2008 series of talks organised by Photoworks and the MA Photography course at the University of Brighton.
All talks are held at the Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton between 6.30-7.30pm.
These events are free but booking is essential. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your places, detailing which events you would like to attend.
Official Website: http://www.photoworksuk.org/participation/present/details.asp?ID=48
Added by JaneDallaway on April 8, 2008