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Ajamu to Lecture at Palitz Gallery

On Wednesday, March 23rd, Ajamu (artist, archival activist, and the current Residency Unlimited / Visual AIDS Curatorial Resident) and Sur Rodney (Sur) (artist, archivist, and curator) will discuss the significance of Ajamu’s work and curatorial process, exploring the history and stakes in curating art and archives by artists of color in America and internationally. Hosted […]

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Light Work + Autograph ABP

Every year Light Work welcomes one Artist-in-Residence selected in partnership with Autograph ABP. Established in 1988 with the mission of advocating the inclusion of historically marginalized photographic practices, Autograph ABP is a charity that works internationally in photography, cultural identity, race, representation and human rights. They achieve this through formal and informal education programs, exhibitions, publishing, and the creation of an archive of culturally diverse photography that is accessible to the public for research.

Participants in this annual residency use their time to pursue personal projects; photographing in the area, printing for a specific project, or developing an exhibition or publication. They are provided with travel expenses, a stipend for living and production expenses, private darkroom, an apartment and 24-hour access to Light Work’s photo and computer lab facilities.

Light Work/Autograph ABP Artists-in-Residence:

2018 – Andrew Jackson
2017 – Ingrid Pollard
2016 – Marcia Michael
2015 – Mahtab Hussain
2014 – Kalpesh Lathigra
2013 – Brijesh Patel
2011 – Dana Popa
2010 – Simon Rowe
2009 – Eileen Perrier
2008 – Admas Habteslasie
2007 – Elwira Jaglowska
2006 – Abigail Hadeed
2005 – Rik Pincombe
2004 – Bharti Parmar
2002 – Pamela So
1999 – Ingrid Pollard
1998 – Ajamu (Ikwe-Tyehimba)
1997 – Dave Lewis
1996 – Max Kandhola

More information about Autograph ABP can be found at www.autograph-abp.co.uk

Autograph ABP