Another Eye Talks Series
Accompanying our 2020 exhibition, Another Eye: Women Refugee Photographers in Britain after 1933, in association with Refugee Week 2020, we hosted a lively programme of online talks, in partnership with Insiders/Outsiders Festival and the Association of Jewish Refugees.
2 August 2020: Displaced Visions
Online discussion with Nissan Perez, former Curator of Photography at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem with photographic historian and curator Colin Ford CBE.
19 June 2020: The View from Our House: Film Screenings and Q&A
A film based upon the the memories, unsent letters and notebooks of young photographer Erika Koch, who witnessed the early years of National Socialism in Berlin. We screened the film online, ahead of a Q&A with directors Anthea Kennedy (niece of Erika Koch) and Ian Wiblin.
21 June 2020: Seeing Daylight: The Photography of Dorothy Bohm: Film Screening and Q&A
Released in 2018, Seeing Daylight is an intimate portrait of photographer Dorothy Bohm, who escaped Nazi Europe to spend a lifetime capturing humanity. We screened the film online, ahead of a discussion with director Richard Shaw, art historian Monica Bohm-Duchen (daughter of Dorothy Bohm), and photographer Marissa Roth.
26 June 2020: Tracking Edith: Film Screening and Q&A
Renowned photographer Edith Tudor-Hart is known for her emotive images of poverty in 1930s Vienna’s and London. She was also a Soviet spy. Tracking Edith explores the extent to which espionage shaped the life of Tudor-Hart. We screened the film online, ahead of a Q&A with filmmaker Peter Stephan Jungk and producer Lillian Birnbaum.
This exhibition was curated by Four Corners with support from Katy Barron.
With grateful thanks to: Peter Ader, Archives & Collections at Library of Birmingham, Dorothy Bohm, Monica Bohm-Duchen, Bill Brandt Archive, Peter Bunyard, Julia Crockatt, Elegantly Papered, L’Equipment des Arts-Gallery, FOTOHOF archiv, Getty Images Hulton Archive, Anthea Kennedy, Lotte Meitner-Graf archive, National Portrait Gallery, Open Eye Gallery, Report Digital, Naomi and Uri Tal, Warburg Institute, Wiener Holocaust Library, Wien Museum, Dorothy Williams, the Wellcome Collection and John March.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and the Paul Mellon Centre.
This exhibition was part of the Insiders/Outsiders Festival, which celebrates the contribution of refugees from Nazi Europe to British culture.