Online Portfolio Review Day
Supported by Arts Council England we are delighted to announce our first online portfolio review day. During the morning our guest expert reviewers will give short presentations on their career and advice for developing your career, in the afternoon there will be opportunities for one to one portfolio advice and reviews. On the day we will be joined by curator and artist Bindi Vora, artist Edmund Clark and artist Tom Lovelace.
Each review will cost £5 (plus booking fee) and last 25 minutes taking place on Zoom. Please note you can purchase a maximum of 3 reviews (one per reviewer). Spaces are limited so we recommend you book a.s.a.p.
Schedule for 3rd October:
10.00 AM – 10.15 AM – Registration and Introduction from GRAIN.
10.15 AM – 11.15 AM – Presentations from Bindi Vora, Edmund Clark & Tom Lovelace.
11.30 AM – 3.40 PM – Individual Portfolio Reviews, book your time slot below.
*This event is now fully booked.
Bindi Vora is an artist, curator, and curatorial project manager at Autograph, London. Since joining Autograph in 2018 she has co-curated solo exhibitions by Lola Flash and Maxine Walker. She is currently curating Poulomi Basu’s Centralia as part of the 2020 Louis Roederer Discovery Award.
Bindi previously held the position of curatorial assistant at the Hayward Gallery, organising exhibitions Lee Bul: Crashing and commissioning the inaugural Hayward Billboard by Njideka Akunyili Crosby. Prior to the Hayward Gallery she curated the off-site commissions for The Photographers’ Gallery, which included the international touring exhibition Work, Rest & Play: British Photography from the 1960s to Today, featuring thirty-eight acclaimed photographers and artists and In Fine Feather at Selfridges London.
Edmund Clark’s work links issues of history, politics and representation through a range of references and forms including photography, video, documents, found images and other material. A recurring theme is engaging with state censorship to represent unseen experiences, spaces and processes of control in contemporary conflict and other contexts.
Clark has published six books and been exhibited widely including in major solo museum exhibitions at the International Center of Photography Museum, New York, the Imperial War Museum, London, and Zephyr Raum für Fotografie, Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, Mannheim.
Edmund Clark teaches postgraduate students at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. For four years Clark was artist-in-residence in HM Prison Grendon, Europe’s only wholly therapeutic prison.
Lovelace is a London based artist, lecturer and curator working at the intersection of photography, sculpture and performance. Lovelace is a Tutor at the Royal College of Art and London South Bank University. Central themes to his research and visual inquiry encompass the collaborative histories of photography and contemporary Minimalism. His curatorial projects include With Monochrome Eyes (2020), Rehearsing the Real (2019), Concealer (2018) and At Home She’s a Tourist (2017). Residencies include Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2017), Lendi Projects, Switzerland (2015), European Capital of Culture, Aarhus, Denmark (2013) and the Anna Mahler International Foundation, Italy (2012). Lovelace exhibits with Flowers Gallery (London & New York) and Alma Zevi (Venice).