Members Event | Artist talk with Lydia Goldblatt

Thursday 20 November, 19:00
Free and exclusive to Members

Lydia Goldblatt trained at LCC, receiving an MA in Photography with distinction in 2006. Her work has been exhibited and published internationally, winning a range of awards and in 2013, her series Still Here was published as an artist monograph by fine art publishers Hatje Cantz.

Photofusion first exhibited Lydia’s work in a two-person show while she was undertaking her Masters Degree. Since this time, Lydia has maintained an ongoing relationship with Photofusion, alongside developing a network of curators, publishers, galleries, writers and clients.

In this evening event, Lydia will talk through the process of “emerging” into the art and photography world, building her career, making and funding work, balancing personal projects with editorial commissions.

Photofusion’s Angad Kaur, who has been a supporter of Lydia’s work since her MA, will contribute points about how curators and galleries build relationships with artists.

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Lydia Goldblatt trained at the London College of Communications, receiving a Masters Degree in Photography with Distinction in 2006. She lives and works in London. Her work has been exhibited and published internationally, with group and solo shows in the UK, USA, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Greece, China, Japan and Malaysia.

Her series, Still Here, was the subject of a solo exhibition at the Felix Nussbaum Museum in Germany in 2013, and was recently published as an artist monograph by fine art publishers Hatje Cantz. Other recent exhibitions include Galerie Huit during the Rencontres d’Arles International Photography Festival, the Belfast Photography Festival, the Tokyo International Photography Festival, the Daylight Photography Awards, Prix de la Photographie and International Photography Awards.

Interviews and features of her work have been published in Source, Photomonitor, Hotshoe, British Journal of Photography, the New Yorker, the Guardian, Sunday Times, Telegraph, and Wallpaper*, among others.

In 2010 she was nominated for the Sovereign European Art Prize, and in 2011 was awarded the Fundacion Botin Residency Award with Paul Graham. In 2013 she was the recipient of the Magenta Flash Forward Award and International Jewish Artist of the Year award. She has just been announced as 2014’s Grand Prix winner of the Tokyo International Photography Festival Competition.