It’s that time of year again when students of Central Saint Martins Reportage Photography Short Course present their final projects in an exhibition session entitled Documentaries.
With invited questions and crits from the audience, the process will often tease out a depth of analysis and reflexive qualities that only a q+a and exhibition can. “The more a student engages in the practice of presentation the more they evolve in terms of developing the finer points behind the understanding of their own work and process” said course tutor Karl Grupe.
With upcoming dates throughout the year, the exhibition will also be a great opportunity for any prospective Reportage Photography students to speak with current students and the tutor directly.
Topics included in the exhibition are:
a ethnographic visual study of location and fear
a photo essay on old age and sport
a photo essay interpreting rush hour and Londons Underground
a personal collection of images on the mythology of nostalgia at Coney Island USA
an investigation into how London’s parks contribute to our well being
The exhibition will take place from 6.30pm – 8.30pm and is a great opportunity for you to find out more about this exciting course at Central Saint Martins.
Book your ticket through eventbrite, places are limited: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reportage-photography-qa-exhibition-tickets-26146119748